Andy Diaz Hope is featured at the Geurrero Gallery Group Show.
Exhibition runs: April 10th — May 1st, 2010
e shtunë, 17 prill 2010
On Saturday, May 22nd from 1:30-3:30pm, SF Fine Art Fair is hosting a reception for ZER01.
ZER01: the Art and Technology Network is a non-profit organization that ZER01: the Art and Technology Network is the producer of the 01SJ Biennial. It aims to “inspire creativity at the intersection of art, technology and digital culture.
Labels: Catharine Clark Gallery
Erin Cosgrove’s viedo “What Manner of Person Art Thou?” will be featured in the Winkleman Gallery’s exhibition “Decalogue: Films You Can Count on Two Hands.”
This is an “’exhibition as film festival’ organized by Eve Sussman and featuring works by 10 international artists and contemporary filmmakers whose work is recognized for its innovative approaches to narrative. Converting the gallery space into a cinema, with vintage theater seating and a state-of-the-art screening system, "Decalogue: Films You Can Count on Two Hands" will operate on a regular cinema house schedule with a new double featuring running continuously each week.”
Erin Cosgrove’s video will be shown during the second week, April 6th through April 11th.
Labels: Erin Cosgrove
Morgan Lehman Gallery’s exhibition “We Between the Lines” features work by Charles Gute and Nina Katchadourian. The exhibition features work from Nina Katchadourian’s Sorted Books series and Charles Gute’s “Find-a-Text” paintings.
This “exhibition of text-based paintings, drawings, photographs and sculpture by six mid-career and emerging artists” is curated by Liz Parks.
Travis Somerville’s exhibition “Rededicated to the Proposition...” was recommended on Visual Art Source:
“This work will make you uncomfortable, and probably sad. It'll make you curious and angry. It'll make you think, and even, as I did, stand there staring, dazed with frustration. There is a lot going on in the finely detailed and highly charged paintings, sculpture, drawings, and two large installations that make up Travis Somerville's current solo exhibition.”
Labels: Travis Somerville
Christoph Draeger is part of Holster Project’s exhibition, “manMADE.”
“In the works featured in this show, all artists examine the contemporary urban environment that surrounds us.
Christoph Draeger’s pieces primarily deal with both natural and man made disasters: creating works that are based on historical events. Draeger raises the idea that disasters surround us continuously, however, it is only the ones that touch us personally that we recognise.”
Exhibition: 19 March - 17 April 2010
Labels: Christoph Draeger
Packard Jennings was awarded a Round V: Investing in Artists grant in the Artistic Equipment and Tools category.
“The Center for Cultural Innovation (CCI) received more than 425 applications from artists across California, and that your application rose to the top based on an extremely rigorous and competitive review.”
Labels: Packard Jennings
-Stephanie Syjuco was nominated and awarded the Joan Mitchell Foundation Award in Painting and Sculpture in 2009. Congratulations!
-Stephanie Syjuco will be part of the Artadia Fellowship Residency at the International Studio and Curatorial Program in New York this summer.
Artadia Fellowship Residency at the International Studio and Curatorial Program, NY 2010
The San Francisco Arts Commission is exhibiting Packard Jenning's work, “Long Shot: Dining, Labor & Ponies.” This show features contributions by Anthony Discenza and Stephanie Syjuco. The project is “a conceptual project on art production and labor.”
June 4 - September 4, 2010
Various exhibitions featuring work by Stephanie Syjuco:
Zero1 San Jose Biennial
June 2010 - June 2012
Norman Mineta Airport, San Jose, CA
Sonny Smith: 100 Records
April 9 - May 14, 2010
Gallery 16, San Francisco
Contribution of limited edition handmade 7" vinyl record covers
Washington State University Pullman, WA
February 22 - March 25, 2010
"Featuring a collection of re-fabricated artworks from the Museum of Modern Art's collection, this exhibition could not have been possible without the collaborative spirit and efforts of the student body at the University."
Stephanie Syjuco has been giving artist talks at various universities this spring:
Visiting artist talk, Portland State University, Oregon
Monday, April 12, 2010
Visiting artist talk, University of Illinois Chicago
Tuesday, March 30, 2010 5:00pm
Visiting artist talk, California State University Long Beach
Wednesday, March 3 from 5PM to 7PM