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11.5-1.7 “XAWERY WOLSKI” LUX ART INSTITUTE 1550 S. El Camino Real, Encinitas 760.436.6611, Born in Poland and now living in Mexico City, Wolski is the artistin-residence at Lux, currently producing a new sculptural work related to his consistent theme: dressmaking. Once this latest work is completed, it will be displayed with his other pieces.

11.5-1.31 “SHAPE, SHADOW, SPACE” SAN DIEGO MUSEUM OF ART 1450 El Prado, Balboa Park 619.232.7931,

11.5-1.31 “LOUIS KAHN: THE POWER OF ARCHITECTURE” SAN DIEGO MUSEUM OF ART 1450 El Prado, Balboa Park 619.232.7931, This retrospective includes more than 200 objects related to architect Louis Kahn’s buildings and projects, including models, plans and films. The Salk Institute for Biological Studies building is a local example of Kahn’s work.

OPPOSITE PAGE (CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT): “TROLL” by Stefani Byrd + Wes Eastin; “Night Stand” by Ann Olsen; Screen grab from exhibit draft: “Heavy Grass” by Eva Struble; “The Interaction” by Karen Sano THIS PAGE (CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT): Louis Kahn: The Power of Architecture. At the San Diego Museum of Art; “Artistin-Residence” by Xawery Wolski; Salk Institute by Woodbury University School of Architecture Students; Untitled by Louise Reding.

A companion to the “Louis Kahn: The Power of Architecture” retrospective (see Nov. 5 entry at left), this exhibit features architectural photography by students of the Woodbury University School of Architecture.

11.12-13 “POTTERS’ GUILD SHOW & SALE” SPANISH VILLAGE ART CENTER 1770 Village Place, Studio 29, Balboa Park 619.239.0507, More than 40 local potters present handmade clay and ceramic works for decoration and/or function. CONT. ON PAGE 36



PACIFIC San Diego Magazine, November 2016  

10th Annual Dining Issue

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