Come and watch my latest video and many more at The Contemporary Jewish Museum.
Friday the 17th 1-5pm.
In conjunction with the Contemporary Jewish Museum, SFAI presents a screening of works by graduating Master of Fine Arts students who excel in the moving image field. Steeped in an avant-garde tradition, SFAI’s MFA program encourages conceptual experimentation and fosters an independent spirit in both thinking and making. Across works in film, video, and performance documentation, the featured artists open our eyes to new modes of understanding from within the temporal-visual plane.
Join us as we introduce a new generation of moving image artists to the Bay Area! This event is FREE and open to the public.
Zach R. Alspaugh
U. V. Dogan
Catherine Lynn Eller
Xing Liu (King)
See the complete program at: http://www.sfai.edu/event/
Come to my MFA exhibition:
Learn more: www.sfai.edu/Currency
The San Francisco Art Institute is proud to present CURRENCY, a showcase of provocative new work from nearly 100 emerging artists.
At a time in our society when many are reflecting upon national economic conditions, this exhibition at The Old Mint offers a unique opportunity for SFAI’s artists to juxtapose contemporary expression with a stunning National Historic Landmark that was central to the country’s economic development.
SFAI’s 2013 MFA graduates—working in painting, photography, printmaking, film, sculpture, installation, digital media, performance, and across media—will present work that embraces the Institute’s signature spirit of experimentation and conceptual risk-taking. The result of an intense period of collaboration, critical engagement, and artistic development, the work reflects both current dialogues in contemporary art and strong individual points of view. In addition, many artists have created site-specific pieces that respond to the history, character, and physical spaces of The Old Mint.
SFAI has been at the vanguard of contemporary art for more than 140 years. CURRENCY invites curators, collectors, critics, family, friends, and the general public to discover the next generation of pioneering artists from this celebrated institution.
I was so lucky to be selected for a show at San Luis Obispo Art Museum. At the opening the 5th of April the curator and jury member Steven Biller announced the 5 best pieces of the show. Me and ”Money or Nothing” was so lucky to win the first prize and $500
The show will run untill the 21th of May.
- 1. december 2012 kl. 11.00
Udstillingen varer til d. 31. december.
Vi er stolte over at kunne præsentere en række fremragende kunstnere, der sammen bidrager med både tegning, maling og skulptur. Man vil genkende nogle som fast tilknyttet Galerie Wolfsen, men der vil også være kunstnere, der først for nylig er begyndt at præge den danske kunstscene.
Det vil være muligt at se værker fra blandt andre:
Zach Koch (US)
Joseba Eskubi (ES)
New Exhibition. I have a show at Talenthouse in Palo Alto. I show my all works available in the US. It´s up Now!
More information about future events will come. Stay tuned and drop by!
— at Talenthouse 542 High St, Palo Alto . http://www.talenthouse.com/creative
From Sunday the 13th May to the 21th May I will be at the Havana Biannale. I am looking forward to study communism and art. Networking and enjoy every exotic experiences Cuba can provide.. On my way back home I will take a couple of days in Cancun, Mexico.
Contrast makes the life more colorful!
The Negotiation presents the work of artists Michal Wisniowski, Elin Bengtsson, Francesca Du Brock, and Pabi, as dialogues with the traumatic.
Trauma manifests itself in multiple realities, from the secret and personal, to the national or global. To exist is to be confronted with trauma, and we devise mechanisms and strategies for negotiating its presence. In The Negotiation, strategies for a dialogue with the traumatic are explored in two-dimensional, three-dimensional, and time-based media.
The Diego Rivera Gallery is located on the San Francisco Art Institute campus at 800 Chestnut St. in San Francisco.
About the Artists:
Michal Wisniowski is a Polish born artist residing in the San Francisco bay area. His formative years were divided between then-communist Poland and living in a racially hostile Germany as a political refugee. Immigration to the United States in the nineties served as additional culture shock and continuation of a nomadic life-style that would bring him to live in Montana, then North Carolina, and finally California.
Elin Bengtsson spent her first 28 years in the forests of Sweden, which left her with a dark mind, good skin, and a BFA from Valand School of Fine Arts. For the last 2 years she has been adjusting to the Californian air, increasingly occupied with the idea of Gods wrath.
Francesca Du Brock was born and raised in Alaska and has lived throughout the United States and South America. She is interested in exploration, exile, displacement, shifting identity, and memory.
Pabi is a Danish artist concerned with revealing formative memories and their manifestation through the body. Through his work, he expresses the enduring scars of body and soul that stay with us for life.
You are invited to the Closing Party of ‘Eldorado’…..
With live music by Alex Servinis, Caribbean and Clymatron
Sunday 25th April 1pm – 6pm
Alex and Nick Servinis are a guitar and drum duo delivering their blend of post Neil Young folk. It’s decadent and slightly divulging. It’s a nice time mostly. They both currently play in folk/rock outfit In The Woods.
Caribbean is a brand new pop project by Henry and Jack Madin. Their previous band The Harpoons played at last years Golden Plains Music Festival and had a track featured on the tv mini-series Underbelly.
Tom Carlyon brings experimental guitar sounds to the gallery. He has played Melbourne’s Laneway festival and Meredith music festival as a member of Melbourne/London outfit The Devastations, who have supported bands such as Blonde Redhead and Einstuerzende Neubauten on international tours.