Three Things to See: Anne Vieux, Visual Artist

From an upcoming show by a Classic Stories alumna to the work of an iconic Civil Rights Movement photographer, here’s everything to visit in your neighborhood this week.

NYC: Anne Vieux, Visual Artist

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The visual artist and Classic Stories alumna has a stunning body of work that revolves around the subject of light and perception, fluctuating between 2D and 3D materials. See Anne’s work in person – alongside the work of other young visionaries – at The Willows in Manhattan. (Plus, she rocks our Brighton glasses.)

WHERE: The Willows, 424 5th Avenue, Penthouse.

WHEN: September 17th, 2016 (7-11pm)


SF: Bruce Davidson: Gifts to the Collection

Bruce Davidson, Brooklyn Gang, 1959, 1959. Mid-vintage gelatin silver print. Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, gift of Jerri Mattare. © Bruce Davidson/Howard Greenberg Gallery
Bruce Davidson, Brooklyn Gang, 1959, 1959. Mid-vintage gelatin silver print. Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, gift of Jerri Mattare. © Bruce Davidson/Howard Greenberg Gallery

From his documentation of the Civil Rights Movement to his gritty shots of urban life in New York City, Bruce Davidson is one of the most influential photographers of the late 20th century. You’ve only got two weeks left to check out his show at the de Young Museum, featuring vintage prints being exhibited for the first time.

WHERE: de Young Museum, Golden Gate Park, 50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Drive

WHEN: Closing September 11th, 2016


LA: Kerry James Marshall: Mastry

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This 25-year retrospective of the prolific Kerry James Marshall follows his journey as a young painter – a child of the Civil Rights era who committed himself to painting exclusively black subjects in his work.

WHERE: MOCA Grand, 250 South Grand Avenue

WHEN: Until July 2nd, 2017

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