Exhibition review by Ben Marks, KQED Arts writer, December 2010
Tony May: Old Technology, which runs through February 26, 2011, at the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, is easily one of the best art exhibitions I’ve seen in years. This handsome, elegant and witty retrospective makes those of us who have not paid enough attention to May’s work for the past 30 or 40 years feel like fools. For the record, I fall squarely into that camp. To paraphrase the title of the fine catalog essay by Renny Pritikin, who borrowed the line from artist Italo Scanga, why isn’t this guy more famous? Read the full review here.