Last Night: First Thursday in and Around the Tashiro Kaplan Building

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All photographs by Adriana Grant unless otherwise noted

Horror fantasy images of our ever-developing city, in stunning silkscreen on paper by Randal Owen Hutchinson. More horror? More fantasy? Keep reading.

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Silkscreens by Randal Owen Hutchinson at All City Coffee through March 31.

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A gooey-looking, stalagmite sculpture in resin and wood by Matthew Mitros at Gallery4Culture.

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This gorgeous, textural puddle, also by Mitros, looks like the view above an alpine lake. At Gallery4Culture through March 27.

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One of Sol Hashemi and Jason Hirata's playful works at Punch, above. There are sculptures and video as well, and a fog machine called Fog Machine To Be Activated At 9pm Tonight. As the press release states, "After nine, the exhibition space is converted to a window display, with fog and lights at scheduled intervals. Through PUNCH's glass exterior wall, one can watch sleeping-bag-suited, headlamped Hashemi and Hirata interact." At Punch Gallery through March 28.

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Loretta Bennett, Blocks And Strips, 2003-4, Quilted fabric, 68.5 x 61.75 inches

A fantastic quilt created by Loretta Bennett, incorporating worn denim, with one perfectly placed hole. Part of a show of quilts by African American women from Gee's Bend, Alabama. At Greg Kucera Gallery through March 28.

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Renée Rhodes, Solution I, giclée print, 36''w x 12'' h, 2009

Image courtesy of the artist.

In Practicing for When We Need Each Other More, Renée Rhodes shows video and composed photographs of human forms that move like flocks of birds, and form landscapes. At SOIL gallery through March 28.

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Completed on a recent residency, Liz Tran shows vibrant, Knitta-inspired tree paintings. At Monarch Studio through April 25.

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JoAnn Verburg, Leaning, 2008, 3 chromogenic prints, 40 inches x 7.5 feet

Image via ggibsongallery.com

And finally, JoAnn Verburg's triptych of a woodsy scene, which (though you can't see it here) is beautifully interrupted by the vertical edge lettering of the film. At G. Gibson Gallery through April 18.

 
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