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Culture Criticism Film Observations Photography Video Visual Arts

Panel Discussion of Evie Leder’s The Objects at A Simple Collective

I will be participating on a panel discussion scheduled for  Tuesday, June 17th from 6:30-8:00 pm to discuss the work of Bay Area artist Evie Leder. Her current body (no pun intended, maybe) is currently on view at A Simple Collective (San Francisco, CA). Here’s an excerpt from the shows press release, Evie Leder’s The Objects is a […]

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Art Art Writing and Criticism Conceptual conceptual art Culture Criticism Film Observations Photography Visual Arts

Movement in Many Parts Shotgun Review in Art Practical’s 4.1 Shotgun Issue

Humans are resilient. Our anatomy is extraordinary and highly complex. We build, construct, destroy, and synthesize. But human nature involves understanding the biology and mechanisms that provoke us to move and accelerate. In Movement in Many Parts, an exhibition curated by Lucy Seena K. Lin and Weston Teruya, artists investigate human evolution through nature and industry. […]

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Art Art Writing and Criticism Observations Photography Sculpture

The Annual Murphy & Cadogan Contemporary Art Awards Exhibition, Group Show ~ Review by Erica Gomez

You know what is awesome about grad school? Being around talented and brilliant artists and writers. Check out fellow classmate Erica Gomez’s guest blog post on the SOMArts Cultural Center blog regarding the Annual Murphy & Cadogan Contemporary Art Awards Group show. It’s a great write-up! Click here to view on SOMArts! The Annual Murphy & […]

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Art Conceptual conceptual art

Poklong Anading and Ringo Bunoan in PHANTOMS OF ASIA, Asian Art Museum, California ~ Review on PlantingRice.com

“…Phantoms of Asia: Contemporary Awakens the Past explores how Asian cosmologies, view of nature, and religious outlooks are being carried on in the practice of artists “here and now”. Further, it shines a light from “here and now” on the history and traditions of Asia, expanding our imagination into a realm that transcends space and time […]

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Art and Technology Art Influences Observations Photography Visual Arts

Rio Yanez, Art Profile published to Asterisk SF Magazine’s Throwback Issue

In the early 20th century, San Francisco felt the effects of disaster. The earthquake of 1906 left the city with crumbled buildings and widespread devastation throughout the downtown area, so art was probably not on the minds of civil servants and residents trying to recuperate and clean a city in disrepair. Artwork from this period […]

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Culture Criticism Interactive / Participatory Art Multi Media Observations Photography Visual Arts

PRESS RELEASE ~ Cholas to Picasso: The 3D Artworks of Rio Yanez

April 27, 2012 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ASTERISK SAN FRANCISCO GALLERY PRESENTS, Cholas to Picasso: The 3D Artworks of Rio Yañez Exhibition runs: Thursday, May 3, 2012 – Friday, June 1, 2012 Opening Reception: Thursday, May 3, 2012 7PM -9PM 3156 24th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110 Gallery hours: Wednesday to Saturday, from 11am -7pm Asterisk […]