Thanks Wall Street International for giving the upcoming Adia Millett / Frederick Hayes / Weston Teruya exhibition a thumbs up!  

Chandra Cerrito, Johansson Projects and PATRICIA SWEETOW GALLERY would like to invite you to visit our exhibitions Saturday, March 25th. Chandra Cerrito Contemporary 480 23rd Street, Oakland Closing Celebration! Sarah Bird: the fullest measure of you, is you Lewis deSoto: ARBOR/ARDOR Join Us for Coffee and Cupcakes and a Fundraiser for the Environment* Saturday, March […]

Exhibition Dates: March 25 – April 29, 2017 Reception for the Artists: Wednesday, March 29th, 5 – 8 pm PATRICIA SWEETOW GALLERY is looking forward to launching our upcoming one-person exhibitions with Adia Millett, Weston Teruya and Frederick Hayes in our 3 room exhibition space at 480 23rd Street in Oakland. Exhibition dates are March […]

I’m excited to tell you about a provocative new podcast (un)making from visual artist Weston Teruya. I sent Weston an email asking him to tell me about the podcast and here is his response: Weston: The podcast is (un)making. Each episode I talk with artists, cultural workers, or arts administrators of color to discuss their […]

Don’t miss Adia Millett’s video. She talks about her paintings for the exhibition The Guest House. We’re looking forward to opening the exhibition March 25, 2017. Please join us for the reception Wednesday evening, March 29th from 5 – 8pm. See you there!!

Donald J Trump is President-elect of the United States. The possibility had me stricken with fear, now that fear has shape and consequences. Former Obama states, traditional Democratic states turned pink then red, occasionally flickering blue/red-red/blue. The media predicted a win for Hillary, tops 42% for Trump. Well Hillary lost, and down ballot women also […]

7.2 / Art, Science, and Wonder Windswept By Gail Wight October 29, 2015On my bookshelf is a dog-eared and ragged copy of Josef Albers’ Interaction of Color, the “revised pocket edition” from Yale University Press. I picked up this small paperback at a second-hand store in Boston in 1986. It came with a tiny packet of […]

I was joking with a friend about cognitive development, noting I now share a common feature with babies, when the object of interest is removed it’s as though it never existed – I rather like this liberation. Upon launch of this website I mentioned my plans to re-open PSG in space contiguous with Spun Smoke, […]

    PATRICIA SWEETOW GALLERY takes great pleasure in announcing an important commission for Markus Linnenbrink. In February 2016, a seven by ninety foot poured resin painting will be installed in the Concourse Lobby of 75 Rockefeller Plaza in New York. Located on 51st Street between 5th & 6th Avenue is the limestone clad Rockefeller […]