(Image: Margo Majewska, trans_form_action, 2013, video installation, 8' x 8' x 8' ; Margo Majewska)
Margo Majewska (b. Warsaw, Poland)
Margo Majewska is a multidisciplinary artist working in a variety of media: architecture, video, drawing and installations.
Born in Warsaw, Poland, she attended the Women's School of Architecture and the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw before moving to New York where she received a BFA with Honors from Parsons School of Design and a MArch from Columbia Univ... [more]
The Mechanics of Assemblage by Michael Wilson/ Assemblage Dada Collage Mimi Abers, Carlo Abruzzese, Elizabeth Bennett, Tim Burns, Glenn Carter, Marna Clarke, Maria Denzler, Jacqueline Duclos, Daniel Good, Lora Groves, Monica Guillory, Robert Hersey, Sarah Heyward, John Hundt, Steven Hurwitz, David Janesko, E.A. (Betsy) Kellas, Linda Klein, Phyllis Kluger, Jan Langdon, Jon Langdon, Candace Loheed, Barbara Maricle, Don McCunn, Dean Moniz, Thomas Morphis, Chris Motley, James Mullen, Dorothy Nissen, Dennis Potter, Ernest Regua, Hallie Richards, Patricia Sonnino, Susan Spencer, JEFFREY SULLY, Demetra Theofanous, Will Thoms, Jeff Tse, Carolyn WarmSun, Michael Wilson at Gallery Route One (GRO)
January 17th - February 8th
This is a voyage into the world of Assemblage Art that you may find useful in the sorting through materials that may be used in three dimensional ‘Junk or Found Art’. In the world of ‘Common Objects’ and elements, we find that they can be transformed into a representational art form. There are certain modes of construction and cohesion in the relational paths that bring you to a finished piece of work.
What may look like a series of broken pieces in front of y... [more]
Sherry WackerMixed Media
Lives and works in: Oakland, CAWebsite: http://sherrywacker.comTo purchase contact: Sherry Wacker
Horsepowered Memories, airbrushed images combined with car parts from past years, is my latest series. My goal as an artist is to strike a universal chord. I create works that are about the world I grew up in and the one I am witnessing now. I want to make people feel exploded with memories and then think about how these events relate to what we have become. And that... [more]
(Excerpt from 'Lecture by Kalup Linzy' posted on Pier 24. Found here http://pier24.org/programs/index.html?utm_source=Kalup+Linzy+Lecture&utm_campaign=Kalup+linzy&utm_medium=email)
Pier 24 Photography is an exhibition space devoted to photography, which hosts rotating exhibitions and houses The Pilara Foundation Collection.
Brooklyn based Kalup Linzy is a multidisciplinary artist whose practice includes videos, performances, and music. His satirical narratives – inspired by soap oper... [more]
Alexis Courtney, Catch, 2012
Alexis Courtney - Honorable Mention, ArtSlant Prize 2013
By Kara Q. Smith
Working across media, Alexis Courtney delicately exposes vulnerable sensitivities in both the artist and the viewer. Be it pleasure and frustration, or intimacy and rupture, Courtney’s pieces oscillate between affectabilities with an effortless honesty.
Untitled, a series of photographs created over the last couple years, most prominently features the artist herself as subject. In Shorts (2013), Courtney sits topless, in a pair of cut-off jean shor... [more]
Stop by Galería and learn how the sugar skull process is done.
Daytime Program: sugar skull workshops, artist bazaar, facepainting and screenprinting
Saturday, November 2
Last Call: join The Sugar Skull Gallery at Galería de la Raza through this Saturday, November 2 for all your sugar skull decorating workshop and supplies needs! The last three days for this annual workshop are Thursday through Saturday this week, with extended hours on Saturday for the celebration. Workshops are led by foun... [more]
Author: DeWitt Cheng
Curator: Lonnie Lee
The mixed-media works of Cheryl Calleri and the oil paintings of Thekla Hammond, together exhibited under the unifying title "Coalesce," complement each other well enough. But the two artists went beyond that level of dialogue and coalesced — or, more prosaically, collaborated — on a joint project, a video installation, "Co-Motion," with music by Armando Mafu... [more]
Posted by Sarah Dragovich on Art Nerd SF.
The Oakland Museum of California is hosting their 19th Annual Días de los Muertos exhibition, and this year it has been guest curated by San Francisco muralist Eduardo Pineda. The Tree of Life and Death: Días de los Muertos 2013 has inventively incorporated the theme of celebrating morbidity and mourning with current environmental issues, like species loss. Installations that have metamorphosed the California Natural Sciences Gallery, where the exhibition is held, creative interpretations of traditional icons, and the colorful surpr... [more]
Posted by Ashley Gardini on Art Nerd SF.
Head out to the East Bay this Saturday to take part in the Life is Living Festival, the finale of the PRISM: Urban Art and Culture Festival organized by The Estria Foundation. The Life is Living Festival is a daylong event taking place at Defremery Park at 16th and Adeline Streets. The weather should be lovely, so grab some friends or family and enjoy a day celebrating the arts in Oakland.
The highlight of the Life is Living Festival is the Estria Battle –... [more]
From Rubber Duckies to Cubism, San Francisco based sculptor Jud Bergeron examines the trials and tribulations of parenthood through sculpture.
Mark Wolfe Contemporary Art is pleased to present Becoming, an exhibition of new multi-media sculptural works by Jud Bergeron. This is his second solo exhibition with the gallery.
Exploring the multi-faceted experience of becoming a parent, Bergeron's works address the various stages and emotions involved in the transition, ranging from confusion to euphor... [more]
Richard Diebenkorn is an artist with strong ties to the Bay Area, having attended both Stanford and UC Berkeley and teaching at what is today the San Francisco Art Institute. Richard Diebenkorn: The Berkeley Years, 1953-1966 exhibition at the de Young museum focuses on the later period of his work, when he resided in Berkeley for 13 years and produced some of his most wide-ranging, complex work.
This period encompasses a huge array of subject matter, from abstract and figurative work to landscapes... [more]