Art Historian & Curator John Zarobell talks about the exhibition of Adia Millett; Frederick Hayes; Weston Teruya. Art Historian John Zarobell is Assistant Professor and Undergraduate Director of International Studies at the University of San Francisco. Formerly, he held the positions of assistant curator at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and associate curator at […]

“Queer Threads” symposium weaves together art and community April 18, 2017 “When my grandma let me change the fabrics of her quilt, I had this epiphany that I could be safe there – and that it was something I could be included in. So instead of being angry about the system, I started to think […]

Gestural Abstraction in the Information Age David Pagel, art critic Los Angeles Times In terms of materials, Markus Linnenbrink’s paintings could not be much simpler. Wood, pigment and epoxy resin are the only elements that make up every one of the visually resplendent abstractions the artist has made over the last twenty years. None of […]

BY DYLAN ANSLOW MARCH 31, 2017 Artists create art and community at the dump A halting music box tune creaks out as a birdcage packed with pottery shards spins on a video screen. The forlorn melody doesn’t damper the spirits of the crowd gathered around a table heaped with reclaimed fabric scraps. Artist Ramekon O’Arwisters presides over […]

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!!