SOMARTS - SFMOMA ARTISTS GALLERY
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SOMArts Galleries: Night Light - Multimedia Garden Party.
Artists: Chelsea Akita, Christine Ancalmo, Jeremiah Barber, Dalius Baranauskas, Jesper Carlsen, Paul Clipson, Gail Dawson, Caitlin Denny, Alan Ellison, Mary Franck, Chen Hangfeng, Luke Judd, Kadet Kuhne, Andy Puls, Jeff Ray, Solarist Project, Maya Smira, Eric Staller, Andrea Steves, Elia Vargas, Jiang Zhuyun, Heather Cassils, Jenn Cohen, Sofía Córdova, Fernanda D'Agostino, Kiki Hunt, La Chica Boom aka Xandra Ibarra, Baby Barbarella aka Krisztina Lazar, Ileana Tejada, Kelsey Thorne, Sonni aka Linda Trunzo, Miami aka Cristina Victor, Pamela Z.
Comment by AB: This annual nighttime extravaganza is more of an experience than an art show featuring video, performance, projections, participatory opportunities and more. Every room, every screen, every installation is an adventure, including a video swimming pool where you can be the lifeguard, an alter of exercise, a projection of a woman sleeping in a suitcase, an ode to Cuba, a pile of paintings on the floor, and much more. The event is sold out and well worth the modest admission fee of $12.
Video installation at the entrance to Night Light at SOMArts.
Swimming pool projections by Fernanda D'Agostino with lifeguard chair, right.
Participatory lifeguard chair in above installation (nicely done).
Video projection of a woman sleeping in a valise by Pamela Z (like it).
Curious video performance by Jen Cohen.
Weightlifting video by Jen Cohen (I think).
Altar to fitness - installation by Baby Barbarella aka Krisztina Lazar.
Video in above image closer.
Art on the floor by Ileana Tejada.
Not sure what it is or who it's by.
Two-screen video by Heather Cassils.
Part of video installation by Sofía Córdova.
Installation about Cuba by Miami aka Cristina Victor.
Live entertainment - they're good!
Volkswagen with ever-changing light patterns.
Moving video projection onto a tree.
The scene out back at Night Light group show, SOMArts Gallery.
SFMOMA Artists Gallery: How the Light Gets In - Bay Area Photographers; Pauletta Chanco - Living on Shifting Sands.
"How the Light Gets In" photographers: Susan Hyde Greene, John Martin, Ari Salomon, Mark Jaremko, Tara Gill, Kirk Crippens, Alan Ostreicher.
Comment by AB: The main galleries downstairs, survey the work of seven Bay Area photographers. Upstairs, enjoy the diminutive abstracts of Pauletta Chanco.
Lightbox abstraction by Ari Salomon (kinda like it) at SFMOMA Artists Gallery.
Ari Salomon lightbox photography.
Opera actors in full costume - photograph by John Martin.
Photography by Alan Ostreicher.
Kirk Crippens photographs.
Atmospheric photography by Susan Hyde Greene.
Cityscapes in the distance - photographs by Mark Jaremko.
Small format paintings by Pauletta Chanco.
Pauletta Chanco art in above image closer.
Installation view - group show at SFMOMA Artists Gallery.
Rear exhibition space at SFMOMA Artists Gallery.