CURRENT:


RECENT:
Division of Labor    Organized by Chris Grunder 27 July-25 August, 2018   Opening Reception:  Friday, 27 July // 6-8pm   Minnesota Street Project   1275 Minnesota St San Francisco, CA 94107

Division of Labor
Organized by Chris Grunder
27 July-25 August, 2018

Opening Reception: Friday, 27 July // 6-8pm

Minnesota Street Project
1275 Minnesota St
San Francisco, CA 94107


Green Book: 2018 Juried Exhibition    Curated by  Ashley Stull Meyers  13 July–18 August, 2018   Opening Reception:  Friday, 13 July // 7–9 PM  Gallery Hours:  Tuesday–Saturday // 12–6 PM   Southern Exposure   3030 20th Street San Francisco, CA 94110    Artists:   Amelia Berumen ,  Kevin Chappelle ,  Natasha Dangond ,  Nick DeRenzi ,  Nathaniel DeVivo ,  Gene Dominique ,  Dominic L. Garcia ,  Charles Henry ,  Alexander Hernandez ,  Asma Kazmi ,  Jear Keokham ,  Derek Macario ,  Nasim Moghadam ,  Vasudhaa Narayanan ,  Amir Saadiq ,  Sophia Schultz ,  Adrian Octavius Walker ,  Yohance Washington   Please join us on Friday, July 13th for the opening of  Green Book,  the 2018 Juried Exhibition. New Photography and photo-based work by Bay Area artists of color representing San Francisco, Alameda, Contra Costa, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano, Napa, Marin, and Sonoma Counties will be on view.   Green Book  explores the uncompromising visual language of communities of color and the structural underpinnings that increasingly restrict their movement through areas with rapidly growing white populations. The included artists introduce a metaphorical guide to freedom from heteronormative and eurocentric standards for being in public space. Their images and video, steeped in lived experience and cultural memory, seek to upend the legacies of colonialist attitudes and constraints.  Green Book  is named for the Jim Crow era guidebook detailing routes of safe passage for African-American travelers. The exhibition addresses similar frictions of being a racialized body amid dwindling community, voiced by Bay Area image-makers.  Juried by Ashley Stull Meyers, the Robert and Mercedes Eichholz Director and Curator of the Art Gym and Belluschi Pavilion at Marylhurst University.  Now in its 27th year, the Juried Exhibition exemplifies Southern Exposure’s mission and our commitment to supporting new, innovative, risk-taking contemporary visual art practices."

Green Book: 2018 Juried Exhibition
Curated by Ashley Stull Meyers
13 July–18 August, 2018

Opening Reception: Friday, 13 July // 7–9 PM
Gallery Hours: Tuesday–Saturday // 12–6 PM

Southern Exposure
3030 20th Street
San Francisco, CA 94110

Artists: Amelia Berumen, Kevin Chappelle, Natasha Dangond, Nick DeRenzi, Nathaniel DeVivo, Gene Dominique, Dominic L. Garcia, Charles Henry, Alexander Hernandez, Asma Kazmi, Jear Keokham, Derek Macario, Nasim Moghadam, Vasudhaa Narayanan, Amir Saadiq, Sophia Schultz, Adrian Octavius Walker, Yohance Washington

Please join us on Friday, July 13th for the opening of Green Book, the 2018 Juried Exhibition. New Photography and photo-based work by Bay Area artists of color representing San Francisco, Alameda, Contra Costa, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano, Napa, Marin, and Sonoma Counties will be on view.

Green Book explores the uncompromising visual language of communities of color and the structural underpinnings that increasingly restrict their movement through areas with rapidly growing white populations. The included artists introduce a metaphorical guide to freedom from heteronormative and eurocentric standards for being in public space. Their images and video, steeped in lived experience and cultural memory, seek to upend the legacies of colonialist attitudes and constraints. Green Book is named for the Jim Crow era guidebook detailing routes of safe passage for African-American travelers. The exhibition addresses similar frictions of being a racialized body amid dwindling community, voiced by Bay Area image-makers.

Juried by Ashley Stull Meyers, the Robert and Mercedes Eichholz Director and Curator of the Art Gym and Belluschi Pavilion at Marylhurst University.

Now in its 27th year, the Juried Exhibition exemplifies Southern Exposure’s mission and our commitment to supporting new, innovative, risk-taking contemporary visual art practices."

 

Sunrise/Sunset    Curated by James lavigne and Haku   Opening Reception:  28 July, 2018 // 9pm-12am   Mosaic Restaurant & Lounge   211 S 1st St San Jose, CA 95113

Sunrise/Sunset
Curated by James lavigne and Haku

Opening Reception: 28 July, 2018 // 9pm-12am

Mosaic Restaurant & Lounge
211 S 1st St
San Jose, CA 95113


Boundaries: Shape+Flow    1 June–16 June, 2018   Naming Gallery   335 15th St Oakland, CA 94612   “Boundaries: Shape+Flow is a show about bracing the relationship between flow, a circulation or movement, and shape, a form as defined by its boundaries. Between these two paradigms lies the question of where one ends and the other begins. Boundaries can be clear, strong sharp; or muddled, mixed, translucent.  How do we define, set and see boundaries? Is there a line between one and the other? This show creates space for the viewer to reflect on their own vision of boundaries.  Artists: Adrienne Pugh, Michelle Galemmo, Jear Keokham.”

Boundaries: Shape+Flow
1 June–16 June, 2018

Naming Gallery
335 15th St
Oakland, CA 94612

“Boundaries: Shape+Flow is a show about bracing the relationship between flow, a circulation or movement, and shape, a form as defined by its boundaries. Between these two paradigms lies the question of where one ends and the other begins. Boundaries can be clear, strong sharp; or muddled, mixed, translucent.

How do we define, set and see boundaries? Is there a line between one and the other? This show creates space for the viewer to reflect on their own vision of boundaries.

Artists: Adrienne Pugh, Michelle Galemmo, Jear Keokham.”