By popular demand, our current exhibition, "Controlled Environments" will be extended to March 16. Exploring the nature of various environments, existing, man-made, literal and relative, this exhibition features a compelling recreation of artist Heidi Norton's studio environment, videos by Davida Nemeroff, collages and x-ray slideshow by Wintergarten, Ltd., a custom wall installation by Christine Nguyen, and evocative photographs by Kim Keever.
Mark Wolfe Contemporary Art is pleased to present Controlled Environments, a winter group exhibition. Featured artists include Kim Keever, Davida Nemeroff, Christine Nguyen, Heidi Norton, and Wintergarten, Ltd.
The artists of Controlled Environments explore the ties between nature and artifice, and the interplay of environments natural and built, interior and exterior, physical and psychological. Their approaches range from an observational sense of remove from the objects and places portrayed, to a surreal reverence and near-immersion into them, while their methods draw upon juxtaposition, context, and a heightened scrutiny of objects and their given surroundings.
All five artists have exhibited widely across the U.S. and abroad. With the exceptions of Kim Keever and Heidi Norton, this will be the artists’ first exhibition in San Francisco.