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Richard Berger is associate professor who has taught at the San Francisco Art Institute since 1970.

His work is featured in the permanent collections of the Oakland Museum of California, the Contemporary Museum in Honolulu, the Crocker Museum in Sacramento and the Monterey Peninsula Museum.

Berger has received a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship and is the 45th recipient of the SFAI Adaline Kent Award, which included an exhibition, The Third Time I Saw Phyllis She Exploded, at SFAI's Walter Galleries in 2004. In 2009, Berger was in a group show, “ Lust, Loss and other Lay Figures”  at the Meridian Gallery in San Francisco.

Richard Berger,  Her Cinematic Blossoming/Video

2009, video projection, variable dimensions, $2,500

The fire that stirs about her when she stirs

1999, vacuum-formed hands and faces, electric motors, theater light, cast shadows,

size variable, $2,500

January 9  -  February 7, 2010




Hanna Regev

& Steven Lopez

“My contribution to The Seduction of Duchamp exhibition, Her Cinematic Blossoming, is my first video piece.  The invitation to directly address this extraordinary artist made it clears that I needed an extraordinary (for me) medium.  The necessity to extend my formal language and voice to do justice to this homage has added greatly to my sense of possibility in future works.  I am indebted to Hanna Regev for inviting me to participate in this exhibition, and to videographer Martin Meyer for his expertise in making this first step possible”   Richard Berger

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stoic formation

stained by reversal

harvest slow motion

fetching percussion

brittle scarcities

parpable fractures

lapsing presence

sentient mechanism

stillness in unison