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Genevieve Quick

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Genevieve Quick is an interdisciplinary artist and arts writer. Her writing has appeared in Artforum, cmagazine, and Art Practical.

From Trump to tenderness, Gillian Laub’s ‘Family Matters’ explores reaching out

At the Contemporary Jewish Museum, the photographer documents turbulent years in her family and country

Artist, mother, wife, and cat: SFMOMA Joan Brown retrospective celebrates a shapeshifter

Beginning within the Bay Area Figurative Movement, Brown's career defies simple classification.

New Institute for Contemporary Art kicks off with Jeffrey Gibson’s vibrant ‘This Burning World’

Bold patterns and dreamy imagery point to questions about the complexities of identity and a threatened ecology

In ‘Do Not Fold, Spindle, or Mutilate,’ rule-breaking becomes the rule

Dual gallery exhibition deploys deadpan humor and incongruous selfie sticks. Could it have taken the transgression further?

Self-healing and magic crystallize in ‘SALT to CATCH GHOSTS’

At /(slash), Black women control and direct energy in a gathering of striking works curated by Ashara Ekundayo

SFAI faculty member Carlos Villa’s hybrid legacy honored in two shows

Luscious cloaks and tributes to SoMa's I-Hotel assert mystical pageantry of unsung histories.

Amid community trauma, ‘Elegies’ at MoAD holds space for poignant beauty

Everyday objects take on meaning beyond the ordinary, bridging art history and contemporary culture to heal loss

Unexpected reveries, as physical meets otherworldly in ‘Antidote’

Provocative group show at Aggregate Space Gallery features mechanically raked Zen garden, texture-mapped CGI women

Enter Aimée Beaubien’s delightfully messy, exuberant ‘Matter in the Hothouse’

At SF Camerawork, the artist weaves and transforms her photographs into an immersive, otherworldly garden

Review: In ‘Mothership,’ Afrofuturism blasts off from myriad launch pads

A global roster of artists claims space for the unfixed, fragmented, and hybridized at OMCA.