Sarvia Jasso

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I first met Penny Arcade outside of Barbara Gladstone Gallery in NY in April of 2011, where she was giving a talk on Jack Smith’s work which had recently been acquired by Gladstone. I came to hear her speak because I was a little suspicious of the situation -- Jack’s work being gobbled up by the market --- was Smith turning over in his grave? After and good old Uncle Fishhook Smith never made a completed work, he changed each work upon presentation to deliberately avoid the market. At the... [more]
A conversation between Sarvia Jasso, Aki Sasamoto and Kathryn Garcia We first met Aki Sasamoto at MoMa/PS1 while she was participating in Greater NY in 2010. Pipes and mosquito nets traversed the dusty, cavernous boiling room that she had chosen as the site for her installation and performances during the exhibition. It has been a few years since then and we have spent time together in NY, Miami and Mexico City, talking about underground culture, performance art, sexuality, boxing,... [more]
Kalup Linzy Performs   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
Kalup Linzy at Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive April 9th, 2010 7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Posted 5/4/10
“If I was your woman, here's what I'd do, I'd never, never, never stop loving you, yeahYou’re part of me, and you don't even know it, I’m what you need, but I'm too afraid to show it…” I recently heard two different live covers of Alica Keys "If I Was Your Woman" in the same week, both on the campus at UC Berkeley, where I happen to work. The first time was when I happened upon the annual "Take Back the Night" event, where the song, performed acoustically by a guitar toting willowy blonde, was... [more]