For Bay Area residents looking to do some gallery hopping this fall, a trip to “Interior/Exterior” at the Museum of Craft and Design may be in order. “Interior/Exterior” features various structures, sculptures, and objects that explore the intersection of the two boundaries. Curated by Ariel Zaccheo, the show features eye-popping and site-specific works created by Julie Alpert, Benjamin Armas and Ori Carino, Macon Reed, Kathy Sirico, and Kaori Yamashita. The vivid colors and unique textures of each piece are perfect fodder for Instagram, and San Francisco residents have been wandering through the show with their phones at the ready. Here’s a look inside the show, which closes on December 1. See full Architectural Digest article by Timothy Latterner here.
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