CULT/AIMEE FRIBERG - IAN ROSS - ROMER YOUNG
2ND FLOOR PROJECTS - LOWER BRANCH
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CULT | Aimee Friberg Exhibitions: A Pattern Language - Michelle Grabner, Angie Wilson, Lena Wolff.
Comment by AB: The state of art today with respect to order, precision, deliberateness, method, sequence and system. Looks good at a distance, looks good up close. Worth a visit; check it out.
Art by Michelle Grabner at Cult / Aimee Friberg Exhibitions.
Lena Wolff art with text.
Art & text in above image closer.
Art by Michelle Grabner.
Pinkie cam detail of art in above image (nicely done).
Pinkie cam detail of art by Michelle Grabner above.
Art by Lena Wolff.
Art in above image closer.
Textile installation by Angie Wilson.
Quilt art by Angie Wilson.
Orderly art by Lena Wolff.
Art by Michelle Grabner (inkjet print of fabric, right).
Full frontal - group art show at Cult / Aimee Friberg Exhibitions.
Ian Ross Gallery: Spectrum - John Wentz, Jeremiah Kille, Yannick Hamon.
Comment by AB: Deliberately indeterminate portraiture and figural work seems to be among the orders of the day in artland and John Wentz is yet another proponent of that. According to the text, Yannick Hamon "exploits commercialization of the female image." But doesn't commercialization already exploit the female image? So maybe he's exploiting exploitation itself. Stay tuned. Jeremiah Kille, meanwhile, neatly sutures it all up with his vibrant urban/geometric blends.
Art by Yannick Hamon at Ian Ross Gallery.
Yannick Hamon art.
Art by John Wentz.
John Wentz art closer.
Portrait and figure paintings by John Wentz.
Art by Jeremiah Kille.
Jeremiah Kille urban/geometric blend.
Art by Jeremiah Kille closer.
Overview - group art show at Ian Ross Gallery.
Romer Young Gallery: /SLASH/.
Artists: Amanda Curreri, Bruno Fazzolari, Jonn Herschend, Peter Kirkeby, Josh Podoll.
Comment by AB: A testimonial to the multidimensional Kordel Stewart of the Pittsburgh Steelers, this show is dedicated to artists who can do more than one thing well. To illustrate that point, the thing that they're doing here is other than what they normally do. Sorry-- no artist captions. You're welcome to email me at email@example.com if you care to help rectify that situation.
Art from group show at Romer Young Gallery.
Art in above image closer (oil leaching into the unprimed canvas... hmmm).
Art at Romer Young Gallery.
Small format abstraction.
Demographics - group art show at Romer Young Gallery.
On the esplanade out front at Romer Young Gallery.
[ 2nd Floor Projects ]: Jaimie Healy & Sahar Khoury; Mattilda Bernstein Sycamore - A Desire For History (limited edition broadside).
Comment by AB: There's never an abundance of explanatory to accompany shows at 2nd Floor Projects, so I'm always pretty much on my own. In that spirit, tonight's fare may possibly be an homage to rudiment, or perhaps it has to do with the presentation of a new, unconstrained or coarser take on what these days might pass for technical mastery. Or maybe it's all about materials and not that much about anything else. Spin the wheel or take your pick.
Art by Jaimie Healy at 2nd Floor Projects.
Mixed-media paint and sculpture - art by Sahar Khoury.
Jaimie Healy horse sculpture.
Sculpture by Sahar Khoury on top of a carpet sample pedestal (kinda like it).
Vent sculpture by Jaimie Healy.
Sculptural installation by Sahar Khoury.
Art by Jaimie Healy.
Jaimie Healy art closer.
Paintings by Jaimie Healy.
SRO in the hallway - Sahar Khoury & Jaimie Healy art at 2nd Floor Projects.
Lower Branch Gallery: Stay Happy Collective - The Real and the Ideal.
Artists: Leo Shallat, Sophie Germer, Will Sloane, Anya Rossa-Quade, Erin Mcelroy, Maxx Newman, Vladimir Kovalik, Nico Padayhag, Justin Erwin, Drew Grasso.
Comment by AB: Stay Happy Collective assesses the options and opportunities for artistic survival in San Francisco and in so doing, touches on issues like poverty, struggle, displacement, activism and keeping it real.
Art by Nico Padayhag at Lower Branch Gallery.
Art by Sophie Germer (top) - Nico Padayhag (bottom).
Art on brushed aluminum by Will Sloane.
Erin McElroy art.
Leo Shallat painting (left).
Words of wisdom art.
Attendance figures - group art show at Lower Branch Gallery.