GALLERY 16 - FOULADI - ROMER YOUNG - YBCA
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Gallery 16: Reed Anderson - House of Yes.
Comment by AB: Brimming with energy, Reed Anderson's honeycombed see-through paintings are guaranteed to elevate the mood of any room and everyone in it. They're instantly on you like bursts of delight. Also on display is a wall of irrepressibly upbeat acrylic and collage works on paper. Go see.
Art by Reed Anderson at Gallery 16.
Art in above image closer - nicely done.
Reed Anderson and his art at Gallery 16.
Wall of art by Reed Anderson.
Art in above image closer.
Reed Anderson art at Gallery 16.
Fouladi Projects: Swag Bags and Palliasses - Pip Culbert.
Comment by AB: Pip Culbert comments on the new California Gold Rush, aka prospectors seeking their fortunes in tech, in her own unique way-- by removing everything but the seams from items once commonly used by those in search of The Motherlode. Knapsacks, mattresses, jeans, sleeping bags, and the like (plus a San Francisco Giants T-shirt) are reduced to their skeletal elements.
Seam art by Pip Culbert at Fouladi Projects - maybe what's left of a backpack.
Art in above image closer.
Pip Culbert and her art at Fouladi Projects.
De-jeaned jeans by Pip Culbert.
The basic idea - Pip Culbert art show at Fouladi Projects.
Romer Young Gallery: Pamela Jorden - Monte Vista to Central.
Comment by AB: Notably textureless abstractions on perfectly stretched irregular canvases are technically exceptional.
Art by Pamela Jorden at Romer Young Gallery.
Art by Pamela Jorden.
Pamela Jorden and her art at Romer Young Gallery.
Art in above image closer (technical perfection).
Population sample - Pamela Jorden art show at Romer Young Gallery.
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts: Alien She; Landscape - The Virtual, the Actual, the Possible?
Alien She artists and contributors: Miranda July, Allyson Mitchell, L.J. Roberts, Stephanie Syjuco, Ginger Brooks Takahashi, Tammy Rae Carland. And archival materials from dumba collective, EMP Museum, Interference Archive, Jabberjaw, the Riot Grrrl Collection at the Fales Library & Special Collections at New York University, and many personal collections.
Landscape artists: Lucas Blalock, Elina Brotherus, Marcelo Cidade, Tacita Dean, Charles Gaines, Vidya Gastaldon, Paul Kos, Liang Shuo, Anthony McCall, Alicia McCarthy, Charlotte Moth, Simon Pyle, Hiraki Sawa, Maaike Schoorel, Lois Weinberger, Zhao Renhui, Zhou Tao, and Toby Ziegler with new commissions from Chen Xiaoyun, Tsang Kin-Wah, Zheng Guogu.
Comment by AB: In the main gallery, Alien She is a combination survey and tribute to Riot Grrrl, a punk feminist movement that began in the early 1990s and involved music, zines, art, activism and more.
Also on the docket, experience new ways of exploring the limits of landscapes in art, from traditional to virtual, co-presented by Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Kadist Art Foundation and China's Guangdong Times Museum.
Female sasquatch art by Allyson Mitchell at YBCA.
Allyson Mitchell art at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.
Wall of feminist literature by Allyson Mitchell.
Crocheted luxury goods by Stephanie Syjuco.
Installation by J J Roberts.
Art by Ginger Brooks Takahashi.
Ginger Brooks Takahashi art.
Riot Grrrl era broadsides.
Riot Grrrl era zines.
Alien She group show overview at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.
Documenting the sound of ice melting by Paul Kos (1970).
Paul Kos ice melting installation in above image closer.
Broken glass art by Marcelo Cicade (I've always liked this one).
Toby Ziegler art.
Five-screen video by Chen Xiao Yun.
Video art by Simon Pyle.
Art by Mike Schoorel.