February 4 - March 22, 2014
JAMIE VASTA - FEMME
Extended through January 18, 2014
Jamie Vasta`s new works in glitter are regal
portraits of burlesqueand drag performers.
In poses derived from Nineteenth-century
society portraits, they exude camp,
swagger, and glitz.
PARTY PEOPLE: HOLLYWOOD SNAPSHOTS, 1949 - 1955
Extended through January 18, 2014
The exhibition features a selection of snapshots
documenting the vibrant gay subculture
that flourished in Hollywood after WWII.
The original album, from the collection of
Barry Harrison, includes 178 black and white
photos taken over a six-year period.
Kim Anno's recent mixed media painting
Niagra was acquired by the Berkeley Art Museum for their permanent collection.
Gale Antokal in New American Paintings, juried exhibition in print
Juried by Janet Bishop, Curator of Painting and Sculpture, SFMOMA
THROUGH FEBRUARY 2, 2014
YERBA BUENA CENTER FOR THE ARTS
STUDIO MUSEUM IN HARLEM, NY
THE SHADOWS TOOK SHAPE
The Shadows Took Shape is a dynamic interdisciplinary exhibition exploring contemporary art through the lens of Afrofuturist aesthetics. The exhibition will feature more than sixty works of art, including ten new commissions, charting the evolution of Afrofuturist tendencies by an international selection of established and emerging practitioners.
NOVEMBER 14 - MARCH 9, 2014
David Huffman, front page of the Arts Section in The New York Times
Going Beyond Blackness, Into the Starry Skies
‘The Shadows Took Shape,’ at the Studio Museum
Reviewed by Holland Cotter
Published: November 14, 2013
San Francisco Chronicle Review of Bandau/Kamp by Kenneth Baker Joachim Bandau and Irmel Kamp, German artists in their 70s who happen to be married, share space at Sweetow to form a show worthy of a museum venue. Read on...
96 HOURS, San Francisco Chronicle, Kimberly Chun interviews Irmel Kamp and Joachim Bandau
Irmel Kamp Review - David Roth, Squarecylinder.com How many art forms can you name that feel as radical today as they did when they were invented? Read on...
IN THE ARCHIVES:
Joachim Bandau, with a new series of Black watercolors; and Irmel Kamp, exhibiting her world renowned photographs of Bauhaus architecture from Tel Aviv and Brussels
Joachim Bandau, Motion
Irmel Kamp, Tel Aviv and Brussels, International Style
June 6 - July 27, 2013
Markus Linnenbrink's exhibition closed with robust excitement. We have some stellar works from the exhibition that are a click away
MARKUS LINNENBRINK Interview with Kimberly Chun
96 Hours, San Francisco Chronicle May 2, 2013
REVIEWS - In Conversation: Robert Hudson & Cornelia Schulz
David Roth, Squarecylinder.com in PDF format
or visit http://www.squarecylinder.com/2012/06/robert-hudson-cornelia-schultz-patricia-sweetow/
Robert Hudson, Cornelia Schulz on shape, intimacy, Kenneth Baker, San Francisco Chronicle
David Huffman, on view in the exhibition:
Ashe to Amen
through May 26.
Museum of Biblical Art
Museum of Biblical Art (MOBIA)
1865 Broadway (at 61st Street)
New York, NY 10023
Curated by Leslie King-Hammond, Graduate Dean Emeritus/Founding Director, Center for Race and Culture at the Maryland Institute College of Art
Featuring approximately 60 objects, Ashe to Amen explores the biblical aesthetic developed by the African Diaspora that was codified into a system that emphasized various ways the African-American community navigated their lived experience. A belief system visualized in signs, markings, sites, and locations, combining the Bible’s moral tales of creation, expulsion, slavery, deliverance, and freedom with African beliefs resulted in the uniquely biblical genre explored in the exhibition.
Zina Al-Shukri in
New American Paintings, No. 103, 2012
View Kim Anno's video Water City, Durban, South Africa. On view is a single channel video from an ongoing series, this is chapter 2 from Durban. Anno has constructed an experimental video about post sea level rise in communities trying to adapt to a watery environment.The actors are young people from the Kwazulu-Natal Townships: Sanele Nxasana, Ennocent Mthethwa, Mzamo Miambo, Nosphio Mazibuko, Lumkile Mzayiya, Xaba Nfwluleko, Antonia Raleharebe, Thulani Hlaiswayo, Ntombe Shandu, Sanele Mseleku.
Exhibition images can be viewed by clicking on the above image
2012 - Kim Anno, The Studio Visit TSV The Studio Visit by Jenny Mullins
2012 - Derek Conrad Murray reviewed David Huffman's exhibition Floating World in Art in America, April 2012
The Spill, Gale Antokal's project for the re-opening of The Magnes, is a departure from her usual technique. Starting from drawings in her series, We Are So Lightly Here (2003-2006), she will create an original video piece, to be projected on the lobby wall.
The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life, West Lobby
January 22, 2012 - Tuesday, July 3, 2012
Markus Linnenbrink hits the blogs with his installation at the Duesseldorf JVA visitors tunnel in Germany - DIEDRITTEDIMENSION is a wall, floor, and ceiling painting installation.
David Huffman in the studio with Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
Watch Weston Teruya: Miniature Possibilities studio visit for Yerba Buena Center for the Arts' BAN6.
We have a few rare and important works available from Gene Davis , Washington Color School.
The first work is the complete portfolio of Series 1, 1969, Artist Proof. The portfolio includes 6 prints, silkscreen printed on canvas, laminated to board, in a silkscreen on canvas printed box. Printed by Hans Peter Haas, Stuttgart; Portfolio by Rudolf Reiser, Cologne. Published by Petersburg Press, London. Each print signed and numbered by the artist verso. Edition of 150, 25 Artists Proofs. Three images are 30.25 x 20 1/8, and three are 30.25 x 24 inches. The box is 30.77 x 24.75 inches.
Interview with David Huffman in White Hot Magazine
Read an in depth interview with Weston Teruya
...Continue reading in NEWS ARCHIVES
ARTIST REVIEWS & PRESS
2012 - Kim Anno, The Studio Visit, TSV The Studio Visit, Jenny Mullins
2012 - Derek Conrad Murray, David Huffman, Art in America
Huffinton Post: 10 Best Shows, Bill Thompson, Emily Wilson, Steven Zevitas, April 2012
Gail Wight, San Diego Reader, Bobby Bray, January 31
David Huffman, Washington City Paper, Kriston Capps, February 7
David Huffman, San Francisco Bay Guardian, Matt Sussman, October 11, 2011
Sarah Wagner, Bad at Sports, Sarah Margolis-Pineo
Gale Antokal, Squarecylinder.com, David Roth, September 19, 2011
Gale Antokal, Jamie Vasta & David Huffman, 7x7 San Francisco, September 2011
Weston Teruya, Burnaway, Alana Wolf, August 12, 2011
Weston Teruya, Square Cylinder, Rachel Clarke, August 11
Weston Teruya, ArtsCriticAtl.com, Catherine Fox, Aug 9, 2011
Weston Teruya, The Atlanta Journal Constitution, Catherine Fox, August 5, 2011
David Huffman, Weston Teruya, San Francisco Chronicle, Kenneth Baker, July 21, 2011
Sid Garrison, Terri Friedman, Gail Wight, San Francisco Chronicle, July 16, 2011
Weston Teruya, KQED Arts, Sarah Hotchkiss, July 12, 2011
Jamie Vasta, Artillery Magazine, Barbara Morris, July/August, 2011
Weston Teruya, Resonant City, June 11, 2011
Gail Wight, Palo Alto Institute, May 24, 2011
Finley+Muse: Jamie Vasta, San Francisco Chronicle, Kenneth Baker, May 14, 2011
Finley+Muse, San Francisco Chronicle, Leah Garchik, April 19, 2011
Robyn Twomey, SquareCylinder.com, David Roth, March 18, 2011
Weston Teruya, Art in America, Michelle Carlson, February 25, 2011
Weston Teruya, KQED Arts, Danielle Sommer, February 7, 2011
Kim Anno, Art Practical, Bruno Fazzolari, January 27, 2011
San Francisco Chronicle, Kenneth Baker, January 22, 2011 Dennis Leon and Charles Ekart,
David Huffman and Weston Teruya at YBCA Bay Area Now, San Francisco Chronicle, Kenneth Baker, December 14
Joachim Bandau / Cornelia Schulz, Visual Art Source, Dewitt Cheng, November 30
Cornelia Schulz and Joachim Bandau at Patricia Sweetow Gallery, San Francisco Chronicle, Kenneth Baker, November 27, 2010
Cornelia Schulz and Joachim Bandau at Patricia Sweetow Gallery, Squarecylinder.com, David Roth, November 12
Michael Hall , Visual Art Source, Dewitt Cheng, October 2010
Jonathan Burstein, San Francisco Chronicle, Leah Garchik, October 13, 2010
Markus Linnenbrink, New York Times, Roberta Smith, August 2010
Sune Woods, LA Times, Leah Ollman, August 2010
Gale Antokal, artistaday.com, Craig Buckwald , August 2010
Frederick Hayes, San Francisco Chronicle, Mary Eisenhart , June 2010
Robert Hudson, San Francisco Chronicle, Zahid Sardar, June 2010
Kim Anno, Creative Loafing, Deanna Sirlin, May 2010
Robert Hudson, New York Times, Carol Kino, May 2010
Robert Hudson, San Francisco Chronicle, Kenneth Baker, April 2010
Robert Hudson, San Francisco Chronicle, Leah Garchik , April 2010
Robert Hudson, KUSP Radio, Maureen Davidson, April 2010
Hayes, Frederick, New York Times, Roberta Smith, March 2010
Burstein, Jonathan, New York Times, Chloe Veltman, March 2010
Linnenbrink, Markus, Art in America, Derek Conrad Murray, March 2010
Schulz, Cornelia, ARTifice, March 2010, Kate Demong
Pinder, Jefferson, Los Angeles Times, February 2010
Schulz, Cornelia, Pink Line Project, Tara Heuser, January 2010
Hayes Frederick, P.S.1 Studio Visit, 2009
Wight, Gail, Exit Express, December 2009
Pinder, Jefferson, Washington Post, Blake Gopnik, January 2010
Pinder, Jefferson, Washington Post, Jessica Dawson, Oct. 09
Linnenbrink, Markus, Squarecylinder.com, David M. Roth, January 18
Teruya, Weston, Hyphen, Sita Bhaumik, Winter 09
Burstein, Jonathan, SF Weekly, Michael Leaverton, January 14, 2010