After a three-year hiatus — a period of semi-homelessness featuring pop-up museums and storage in an office — the San Francisco Museum of Craft and Design reopens Saturday with Michael Cooper‘s incredibly ornate wood and metal creations, along with displays from artists Arline Fisch and Rebecca Hutchinson
Michael Cooper, Gun in Curved Perspective I, 1980. Laminated mahogany and ash, 37 x 27 x 20 in. Photo: Courtesy the Museum of Craft and Design
Artist Michael Cooper’s Self Portrait, 1989.
Cooper’s kinetic sculpture, How the West was Won, How the West was Lost, 1977-2001.