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FORT MASON - HERON ARTS - JESSICA SILVERMAN SOUTH
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McKinley Art Solutions at Fort Mason Center: Dada Here & Now. Curated by Hanna Regev and Matt McKinley
Artists: Anna Geyer, Mauro Ffortissimo, Antonio Cortez, Carl Heyward + Global Art Project [GAP], Maria T. Allocco, Mario Catalona, John Crabtree, Vered Gersztenkorn, Violet Skipp Haffner, Jenny Hynes, Suzanne Jacquot, Annie Lindberg, Monica Lisi, Macha Melanie, Massimo Nota, Laura Oh, Glen Rogers, Gregory J. Rose, Alvaro Sanchez, Robert Reed, Ron Shelton, Akiko Suzuki, Ron Weijers, Heather Wilcoxon, Masani Landfair Wisewaters, Danielle Freakley, Douglas McCulloh, Gil Kuno, Janet Jones, John Held Jr., Jon Kuzmich, Jonathon Keats, Kadet Kuhne, Katya Grokhovsky, Kio Griffith, Mary Corey March, Michael Vale, Naomie Kremer, Patrick Rees, Paul Cartier, Rachel Znerold, Tom Dunn, Yoshie Sakai, Steven Wolkoff.
Comment by AB: In celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the Dada movement, we have this engaging homage to nonconforming modernists of yore.
Naomie Kremer video at Dada Here & Now group show, Fort Mason Center.
Box installation by Maria T. Allocco.
Maria T. Allocco art in above image closer.
Video installation & art by Rachel Znerold.
"Liberated piano" by Mauro Ffortissimo.
Mauro Ffortissimo performs (with assistants) on a liberated piano.
"Personal Conversion Table" by Jonathon Keats.
Pinkie cam detail of Jonathon Keats art in above image.
Sculptural assemblage art by Violet Skipp Haffner.
Janet Jones art.
Exhibition view - Dada Here & Now group show, Fort Mason Center.
Heron Arts: Captured - People In Prison Drawing People Who Should Be. Curated by Jeff Greenspan and Andrew Tider
Comment by AB: Corporations do a lot of good and also a lot of not-so-good. The not-so-good part is what's on the menu tonight. With the blessings of their free-range CEOs, some companies engage in business practices that adversely affect the lives of anywhere from thousands to millions of innocent human beings. At the same time, comparatively infinitesimal offenses can easily land your basic powerless underclass citizens in the slammer for years or even decades. To illustrate this absurdity, prison inmates paint and draw portraits of corporate leaders who continue to live lives of complete freedom while compromising the lives of others in the name of profits and progress. Plenty to think about here. Stop on by.
Pfizer CEO Ian Read graphite drawing by Joseph Sharrow at Heron Arts.
Credit Suisse CEO Brady Dougan portrait art by Jerry Lee Jenkins.
Charles & David Koch portrait paintings by Joseph Acker.
Royal Dutch Shell CEO Ben Van Beurden painted by Mitchell Hand.
Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein up close by Ryan Gregg.
Lay of the land - group show of portrait art at Heron Arts.
Jessica Silverman Gallery South: Tammy Rae Carland
Comment by AB: Mini-retrospective of art by Tammy Rae Carland created between 1996-2013. Jessica Silverman Gallery South is a temporary space directly across from Jessica Silverman Gallery on Ellis Street.
Megaphone art by Tammy Rae Carland at Jessica Silverman Gallery South.
Sanguine portrait photography by Tammy Rae Carland.
Banana peel bronzes by Tammy Rae Carland (kinda like 'em).
Theatrical photography by Tammy Rae Carland.
Mop soliloquy by Tammy Rae Carland.
Demographics - Tammy Rae Carland art show at Jessica Silverman Gallery South.