Wulff brings the exotic and the macabre to works inspired by literature, Old Master paintings and photos. The Morocco-based artist draws on eclectic sources—Matisse, William Blake, the dark satire of George Grosz—to construct surreal universes populated with strange animals and disfigured faces.
|Date||Through Sept. 4|
|Location||San Francisco Museum of Modern Art|
|Event Description||Featuring nearly 20 works, the exhibition brings together a selection of Wulff's paintings made over the last five years, along with several new works, that illustrate both the breadth and distinctive character of her work.|
|Price||$18; $9 seniors; $9 students with ID; first Tue free; Thu 6-8:45 pm half price|
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