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Earth Island Journal
June 1, 2014

(Original Article) When a contemporary art website recently asked artist Michael Kerbow what one piece of art from the world’s collections he would like to own, he was quick with his answer: The Tower...

SFWeekly
May 5, 2014

(Original Article) This year the David Brower Center, a Berkeley-based nonprofit community center devoted to environmental and social...

The Guardian
March 25, 2014

(Original Article) Art has long inspired environmental activism. The photographer Ansel Adams, whose iconic black-and-white images of the American west...

East Bay Express
March 12, 2014

(Original Article) Douglas Gayeton and his wife, Laura Howard Gayeton, have spent the last five years focused on sustainability, largely because they believe the concept has become empty...

SF Gate
February 1, 2014

(Original Article) Peter and Mimi Buckley had no previous farming experience when they started a 110-acre organic farm outside Healdsburg four years ago. With careers in fashion, followed by...

KQED Bay Area Bites
February 3, 2014

(Original Article)You may be familiar with Douglas Gayeton and Laura Howard-Gayeton’s multimedia project, “...

Berkeleyside
November 19, 2013

(Original Article) “It’s impossible to photograph clouds for their beauty anymore. We know too much about what is going on,” said photographer Richard Misrach wistfully on a recent weekday...

East Bay Express
October 2, 2013

(Original Article) Merging art and activism can be a tricky thing. Many artists waver in their negotiation of aesthetics and argument, and end up falling on one side or the other. In the exhibit ...

Daily Cal
September 15, 2013

(Original Article) The combined works of photographer Richard Misrach and landscape architect Kate Orff in The David Brower Center’s exhibition of “Petrochemical America”...

East Bay Express
August 21, 2013

(Original Article) In a world where people like to speak of "connecting," many artists — or, in the present case, curators — have taken on the mantle of reminding us how digitally mediated relationships fail to...

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