By Mainly Unexpected Means

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Suturing the Mine #32, 2001 Land Installation, Archival Digital C Print © Linda Gass
By Mainly Unexpected Means
Curated by: Theres Rohan

535 Powell Street
San Francisco, CA 94108
November 2nd, 2013 - December 21st, 2013
Opening: November 2nd, 2013 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Union Square/Civic Center
Tue-Sat 11-5
landscape, modern, digital, video-art, sculpture, photography, mixed-media, installation, performance, conceptual


Curated by Theres Rohan

Opening Reception: Saturday, November 2, 2013 4pm-7pm

Meridian Gallery brings new work to San Francisco made by artists in the shadow of Technology at the less than well-known Cubberley Studios in Palo Alto, the heart of Silicon Valley. The exhibition will feature about twenty artists some of them with fine exhibition records and others less established. All artists at the studios were chosen by juried process to be admitted to residency.

Meridian has offered all three floors for this exhibition, as so many artists will be represented. This is a large project and will ultimately bring together intensely diverse approaches on how best to speak the visual language and how best to express the area of either investigation or concern. The artists all know each other, support each other, and yet bring in their own voice. This will manifest particularly by the many multi-dimensional works on view - the object is of high interest.

The Cubberley Studios are supported by the city of Palo Alto; the artists are required to pay an appropriate rent. (Photo Credit: Peter Foley)

The artists of the Cubberley Studios are: 

Lois Anderson • Lessa Bouchard • Sharon Chinen • Ulla de Larios • Ken Edwards • Marguerite Fletcher • Peter Foley • Linda Gass • Michal Gavish • Barbara Gunther • Inge Infante • Steve Kiser • Marianne Lettieri • Ann McMillan • Julia Nelson-Gal • Michael Pauker • Nora Raggio • Colleen Sullivan • Cristina Velazquez • Nancy White

Performance Event: Saturday, Decemember 7, 2013

Closing Event: Saturday, December 21, 2013


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