PATRICIA SWEETOW - MARX & ZAVATTERO - STEVEN WOLF
HIJINKS - GALERIA DE LA RAZA
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Patricia Sweetow Gallery: Robert Hudson and Cornelia Schulz.
Comment by AB: Solidly constructed assemblage sculptures by Robert Hudson, and sumptuous impasto abstracts on oddly shaped wooden forms (along with several crisp small collages) by Cornelia Schulz. For you genealogists in the audience, the two artists were married for a number of years. Good show all the way around; check it out.
Art by Robert Hudson at Patricia Sweetow Gallery.
Sculpture by Robert Hudson - painting by Cornelia Schulz.
Robert Hudson sculpture - Cornelia Schulz painting.
Artist Robert Hudson at Patricia Sweetow Gallery.
Cornelia Schulz and her art at Patricia Sweetow Gallery.
Art by Cornelia Schulz closer.
Collage art by Cornelia Schulz at Patricia Sweetow Gallery.
Pinkie cam detail of art by Cornelia Schulz in above image.
Marx & Zavattero: Patrick Wilson - Slow Motion Action Painting.
Comment by AB: If you like your art accurate, you'll have difficulty finding anything that trumps the precision of this. Perfection in paint? Patrick Wilson's geometric ecstasies come pretty close. Stop on by.
Art by Patrick Wilson at Marx & Zavattero.
Patrick Wilson art closer.
Pinkie cam detail of Patrick Wilson art in above image.
Patrick Wilson (center) discourses on his art at Marx & Zavattero.
Art by Patrick Wilson.
Ambiance - Patrick Wilson art show at Marx & Zavattero.
Steven Wolf Fine Arts: Tami Demaree - Project Rainbow; Theresa Ganz - As If the Earth Were Air.
Comment by AB: In the front gallery, Tami Demaree fabricates an entertaining hallucinatory installation based on an incident called the Philadelphia Experiment in which the US military supposedly attempted to render a battleship invisible, but screwed up royally... or so the legend goes. Can you immortalize conjecture? Demaree's endeavor would indicate yes, and I'm inclined to agree. In the rear gallery, lose yourself in labyrinthine mixed-media tree branch abstractions by Theresa Ganz. Worth a visit on both counts.
Art & installation by Tami Demaree at Steven Wolf Fine Arts.
Hologram by illusion by Tami Demaree in above image closer.
Research casualty art by Tami Demaree at Steven Wolf Fine Arts.
Disappearing ship art by Tami Demaree.
Tami Demaree and her art in above image closer at Steven Wolf Fine Arts.
Impaled sailor art by Tami Demaree at Steven Wolf Fine Arts.
Tami Demaree impaled sailor art in above image closer.
Installation by Tami Demaree.
Tami Demaree art & installation at Steven Wolf Fine Arts.
Tree branch collage abstractions by Theresa Ganz.
Theresa Ganz and her art at Steven Wolf Fine Arts.
Art by Theresa Ganz at Steven Wolf Fine Arts.
Gallery Hijinks: Instill - Yellena James.
Comment by AB: Intricate paintings and works on paper by Yellena James seem like deep sea coral bed reveries.
Art by Yellena James at Gallery Hijinks.
Art by Yellena James.
Pinkie cam detail of Yellena James art in above image.
Yellena James art closer at Gallery Hijinks.
Art by Yellena James.
Frontal - Yellena James art show at Gallery Hijinks.
Galeria de la Raza: Searching for Queertopia Alexander Hernandez and Neil Rivas.
Comment by AB: In this engaging fashion and documentary overlap, Alexander Hernandez and Neil Rivas explore Vela de 'Las Intrépidas,' a 3-day event held annually in the town of Juchitán de Zaragoza, Oaxaca, México, in honor of its Muxe (Zapotec terminology equivalent to Queer) community, their take on the event presented from a perspective of transgender emphasis.
Documentary photography by Neil Rivas at Galeria de la Raza.
Fashion by Alexander Hernandez.
Pinkie cam detail of Alexander Hernandez fashion art in above image.
Fashion artist Alexander Hernandez (center) & affiliates modeling his work.
Alexander Hernandez fashion art at Galeria de la Raza.
Fashion by Alexander Hernandez - photography by Neil Rivas.
Neil Rivas photography at Galeria de la Raza.
Video documentary by Neil Rivas.