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ArtZone 461: The Seduction of Duchamp - Bay Area Artists’ Response

ArtBusiness.com | Geoff Smith & DeWitt Cheng | January 09, 2010

The exhibition features a wide variety of art practices and media. In my view both the idea for the show and the show itself are very interesting and successful... I highly recommend it. The outpouring of creativity and the variety of response in the presented works are fascinating and entertaining.... There are so many artists with good pieces that I don't have space to mention them all. However, some of my favorite works are by artists Adam Cahoon, Luis Delgado, Reuven Itelman, David King, Brian Tepper, Zehava Itelman, Charles Hobson and Sandra Ortiz Taylor among others.    
                                                                                                     read more  >http://www.artbusiness.com/1open/010910.html
A lively crowd was spilling out onto the sidewalk, where Rebecca Goldfarb was showing a 15-foot-tall tribute to chair-centric Ireland and dada dude Duchamp. Its "infinite leg" was embedded in the sidewalk; high above, the chair itself was painted royal blue. Etched against the night sky, it glowed like lapis lazuli on a velvet dress...
Co-curator Steve Lopez wore a surreal woman's hat, black velvet, with crossed earlike antennae.  In the witty spirit of Duchamp, this opening was a very jolly place to be, also because ...
                                                                                                     read more  >http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2010/01/12/DD7K1BFGM4.DTL&feed=rss.entertainment

Art and guacamole and chicken soup. “Saturday night in the city”

San Francisco Chronicle | Leah Garchick | January 13, 2010

Weekend means plenty of Valentine's options out: The Seduction of 'Seduction'  | San Francisco Chronicle | Datebook | February 11, 2010

Although Marcel Duchamp, granddad of Dada, actually spent some time in California, the reach of his influence has been global. One of the few art galleries open on Sundays concludes today its survey show "The Seduction of Duchamp: Bay Area Artists' Response," an exhibition that features some well-known names, such as Naomie Kremer and Bernie Lubell, and also contains something to surprise everyone...
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France in America:  San Francisco The Seduction of Duchamp  |  France Today | Datebook | January 13, 2010

Independent curator Hanna Regev organized the show by inviting over thirty local artists to create new works representing their response to the influence and importance of Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968)...  
                                                                                                     read more  >http://www.francetoday.com/articles/2010/01/13/san_francisco_the_seduction_of_duchamp.html

"The Seduction of Duchamp" at Artzone 461 Gallery  |  Art Ltd. Magazine | DeWitt Cheng | March 1, 2010

Nearly a century ago, Marcel Duchamp "discovered" readymades, manufactured objects of dubious aesthetic value that he dubbed art; the notorious urinal entitled Fountain was only the first of many liberating parodist artworks that he created before his death in the radical year of 1968. Conceptual art, which embraces the artist's mental processes as subject matter and disdains the merely "retinal," is his legacy. This exhibition, co-curated by Hanna Regev and Artzone 461 owner Steve Lopez, reprises....
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Does Price-Cutting Really Help Sell Art? |  Huffington Post | Daniel Grant | February 26, 2010

... A number of galleries have long been willing to drop prices 10 or 15 percent when a collector purchases more than one item at a time, and San Francisco's ArtZone 461 Gallery, which started to accept credit cards within the past year, recently began offering an additional five percent discount for those paying in cash. Even so, some gallery owners speak openly of cutting prices....
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Response to Duchamp  | Inside Bay Area | Bonnie Zanardi | January 08, 2010

"The Seduction of Duchamp/Bay Area Artists' Response" opens Saturday at ArtZone 461 Gallery in San Francisco. Guest curator Hanna Regev invited more than 30 Bay Area artists to create works reflecting their response to the influence of Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968), the Dadaism founder associated with futurist and surrealist movements.  ArtZone director Steven Lopez assisted with the curating. Among participating artists are Rebecca Goldfarb, José Ramón Lerma, Bernie Lubell and Jan Wurm.
                                                                                                    read more  >http://www.insidebayarea.com/theater-museums/ci_14121602
The extraordinary "Seduction of Duchamp" exhibition that gave 35 Bay Area artists a place to comment on Marcel Duchamp's preoccupations and career is re-opening at ArtZone 461 in San Francisco on Saturday, January 9. Two panel discussions, one on chance operations in art (January 19) and the other on the lingering influence of Duchamp on today's artists (January 31), are planned.
                                                                                                     read more  >http://www.marcelduchamp.net/news.php?show=all

Seduction of Duchamp opens in San Francisco
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1(800)DILETTANTE | Carolyn Nickell | February 13, 2010

Thanks to the public's enthusiasm for The Seduction of Duchamp, Artzone extended the show an extra weekend... 
I would describe to you some of my favorite pieces, but you'd be better off simply checking out ArtZone's fabulous online presentation of the exhibit. So if you missed this show, don't fret...
                                                                                                     read more  >http://caro-tivity.blogspot.com/2010/02/seduction-of-duchamp-bay-area-artists.html

ArtZone 461: Eileen Starr Moderbacher: New Small Paintings

ArtBusiness.com | Getbizi | February 27, 2010

Intimate, is the word I would use to describe Eileen Starr Moderbacher's show "New Small Paintings." ... because the paintings are 8"x6" in size, I am compelled to walk across the room to view each piece. Beyond the visually uncomfortable pricklieness of the cacti, I am drawn in by the tiny colorful manmade article in each painting... a pink handbag in one, a two headed doll in the next... Are these captured moments of painful childhood memories? ...                                                                   read more  >http://www.artbusiness.com/1open/022710.html

ArtZone 461: UN-TITLED, Group Show | ArtBusiness.com | RWM

February 27, 2010

Nice group show of the artists we have been seeing at ArtZone 461 since their inception. One will find an impressive collection of art in a variety of mediums selected from the artworks of their regulars. A sculpture of a pointing hand announce that one has found the spot. There are also portraits, abstractions, landscapes, and sculpture.                                                                       
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Frame game: Out & About | Bay Area Reporter | Jim Provenzano | January 07, 2010

From the traditional to the innovative and unusual, local galleries will unveil art in all forms this week, from the hyper-real to the surreal, with a few live shows.  Saturday, January 9, at ArtZone 461 Gallery hosts an opening reception for The Seduction of Duchamp, a 30-artist group exhibit of new work responding to the influence of French Surrealist/Dadaist Marcel Duchamp.
                                                                                                    read more  >http://www.ebar.com/arts/art_article.php?sec=outabout&article=339

The Seduction of DUCHAMP: Multiple Artists at ArtZone 461 Gallery  | KUSP 88.0 Central Coast Public Radio | Maureen Davidson | January 21, 2010

It was a packed opening for this leg of the show, with many of the artists in attendance.  The exhibition succeeds in updating and honoring the ideas of Marcel Duchamp, the famous dada of DADA, abbot of abstraction, curate of Cubism, sensei of Surrealism, the modern art world’s most famous provocateur, he challenged almost all accepted concepts of artmaking and artmarketing to insist that art could be about ideas.  The exhibit is a lot of fun, especially after a brief refresher on the work of Duchamp. The Seduction of Duchamp has been extended through February 14.
                                                                                                     read more  >http://beta.kusp.org/blogs/maureen-davidson/seduction-duchamp-bay-area-artists%E2%80%99-response-multiple-artists-artzone-461-gal

ArtZone 461: Susan Danis - Celebrating the Universe. | ArtBusiness.com | RWM | June 19, 2010

Susan Danis astounds with elaborate assemblages and sculptures fashioned from wild and colorful components. Playful, her pieces suggest humorous messages. If you come expecting to immerse yourself in the peculiarity of her vision, you will not be disappointed.                                  
                                                                                                           read more  >http://www.artbusiness.com/1open/061910.html

New exhibit focuses on the fundamentals |  The Inquirer | Annie Sciacca | March 10, 2010

An exhibit opened yesterday in the DVC art gallery featuring the work of Jane Fisher, a professor of drawing and painting who recently joined the art department.  Fisher’s collection in the gallery is titled Fur, Fish and Game, which, Fisher says, is the title of a sportsman’s magazine she remembers seeing during her childhood...
                                                                                                     read more  >http://www.theinquireronline.com/features-entertainment/new-exhibit-focuses-on-the-fundamentals-1.1263276

ArtZone 461: Introductions 2010; Gordon Cook - Unseen | ArtBusiness.com | Alan Bamberger | April 17, 2010

In the main gallery, the debut showing of work by five artists. In the side gallery, a good solid retrospective selection of paintings, prints and works on paper by Gordon Cook.                                                                 
                                                                                                read more  >http://www.artbusiness.com/1open/041710.html

San Francisco Fine Art Fair | ArtBusiness.com | Alan Bamberger & DeWitt Cheng | May 20-23, 2010

Opening Night: Tonight's gala opening turnout for the San Francisco Fine Art Fair is mindbogglingly prodigious, and deservedly so. You gotta see this fair-- too too good-- almost more than we deserve... or do we? Fort Mason's Festival Pavilion (the largest one) is about as packed to the max as max ever gets, with manifold cornucopian myriads of fine art from eminent galleries from across the land. Believe it.                                                              
                                                                                                read more  >http://www.artbusiness.com/1open/052010.html
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