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Art Photography Visual Arts

Are the Stars Out Tonight? Carissa Potter + Luca Antonucci can tell you…

I can’t help it. I adore Carissa Potter. As a matter of fact, I have nice things to say about her here. Hope you clicked on ‘here’ and read about her…this post will definitely be here when you get back. 🙂

Okay, now that you’ve read about her. I’ve got more wonderful news, she’s working with Luca Antonucci (another incredible artist) on a special book project “The Stars Are In The Sky & The Stars Are In Your Eyes” for a Root Division show titled, “Over My Dead Body“.

You will definitely want to see the show!

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Art Writing and Criticism

Shotgun Review of Manufactured Organic at Root Division

Please click on the AP logo to view my Shotgun Review of Manufactured Organic at Root Division
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Art Performance and Conceptual Sculpture Visual Arts

Manufactured Organic at Root Division Photos

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Art Sculpture Visual Arts

Manufactured Organic at Root Division Gallery

Miles Epstein, “Mining the Store”, 2011

Copper, postage stamps, maps, cardboard, found pump, soil, lettuce seed

25″ x 39″ x 25″

I took a little video and rendered it 60’s Home Video style for your viewing pleasure at the Manufactured Organic opening at Root Division Gallery(San Francisco, CA).

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Art Artist's Philosophy Visual Arts

Materiality/Immateriality – The Art of Elyse Hochstadt

Oil Rig, gelatin transfer print, Day 1 by Elyse Hochstadt
Oil Rig, gelatin transfer print, 4 Weeks Later by Elyse Hochstadt

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you’re familiar with some of my earlier posts, you would know one of my art crushes is Elyse Hochstadt.

I’ve been following Ms. Hochstadt’s work and happy to report that she will be showing work at Root Division at the Manufactured Organic show! Much of her recent work focuses heavily on materiality and immateriality. The beauty lies in the fact that much of her work takes patience due to the material transforming and morphing into an artifact. If you are free on the Saturday, March 12 from 7-10 pm, please show your support.