Author Archives: Kirstine Reiner

SF Fine Art Fair

San Francisco Fine Art Fair is back! I went there today and I found it to be more interesting than the last one 6 years ago. I liked these pieces: Gordon Cook: Delta False Front (George Krevsky Gallery), Ted Vasin: … Continue reading

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SF Weekly

Local magazine SF Weekly used an image of one of my paintings The Seed for the issue Best of San Francisco 2010, out today. There are images of different artists’ work all through the paper, nice idea. Check it here.

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Having fun with my new blog

I am going to be blogging in a modest way, filling you in with stuff I discover and is inspired by and also with any news to do with my own art…

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Spring Open Studios 2010

We’re gearing up for this year’s Spring Open Studios in the Mission. I still have my studio here at Workspace Ltd on Folsom Street. Lots of artists all over the Mission will also be opening their doors the same weekend. … Continue reading

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Power of Self

I was thrilled to be part of the many Honorable Mentions in the competition Power of Self by Artists Wanted, an artists collaborative based in Brooklyn, NY. The judges were actor Steve Buscemi, Chris Weitz, the director of “Twilight: New … Continue reading

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Photos from Show at Cain Schulte Gallery

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ID Redux at Cain Schulte Contemporary Art, San Francisco

From January 15th I will be part of a 4 person exhibition ID Redux, at Cain Schulte Contemporary Art in San Francisco along with Daniel Ochoa, Michael McConnel and Lars Theuerkauff: “Portraiture becomes the unifying theme of the four artists’ … Continue reading

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Spectrum Art Auction

Last Sunday I went to the yearly Spectrum Art Auction benefiting Access Institute for Psychological Services at the Mezzanine, for which I donated a Limited Edition Print (of which there are still more available should you be interested). It was … Continue reading

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Fall Open Studio at Workspace Ltd in Mission

It’s time for Mission Open Studio again. I am taking part in the event at the Workspace Limited building on Folsom Street along with 40 other artists. Around 300 artists in the Mission district are opening their doors this fall.I … Continue reading

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Catalog for (IN)ANIMATE available for PRE-order

The 68 pages catalog for(IN)ANIMATE as well as the two other shows exhibited atManifest Gallery right now, is available for pre-order now. You can view the catalog as PDF here, and it can be PRE-ordered here.It’s the one called: “MONOCHROME, … Continue reading

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