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Black and white polaroids by Sean McFarland

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By Robert Minervini in New Photography on Tuesday 25 October 2011

Sean McFarland’s recent exhibit at Baer Ridgway Gallery presented a hauntingly beautiful series of photographs of nature at its most sublime and majestic.

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Paul Wackers at San Francisco’s Eleanor Harwood Gallery

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By Robert Minervini in New Events on Saturday 14 May 2011

Paul Wackers most recent solo show is one of the best painting shows I’ve seen in San Francisco in awhile. Not to mention, one of Wackers’ strongest bodies of work yet.

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TJ Kong and the Atomic Bomb

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By Robert Minervini in New Music on Tuesday 10 May 2011

Philly up-and-comers TJ Kong and the Atomic Bomb are making waves with the release of their new album, Idiots. I recently met one of my oldest friends, Kevin Conner (who is playing guitar in the group), in Austin to see them perform at South By Southwest. I’m looking forward to watching them catch onto the […]

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Hennessy Youngman’s Art Thoughtz videos

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By Robert Minervini in Video on Tuesday 10 May 2011

Hennessy Youngman, aka The Pharoah, the Row Home Raconteur, and many more names, is known for his YouTube video posts titled Art Thoughtz. Hennesssy covers the basics on contemporary art theory, philosophy, and practices with a twist that only someone from Philly can deliver. Check him out and avoid paying an art institution thousands in tuition.

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Adam Parker Smith at Evergold Gallery

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By Robert Minervini in New Events on Tuesday 10 May 2011

Currently up at Evergold Gallery in San Francisco is Adam Parker Smith’s solo exhibition titled Crush. Parker Smith’s sense of the ridiculous is both subtle, subversive and sublime and within this show traverses mediums with ease.

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