CULT - MOROSO - LUGGAGE STORE
DOGPATCH CAFE - MAGNET
(with assistance from RWM)
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Cult Exhibitions: Rebekah Goldstein - Passenger.
Comment by AB: The art is well thought out structurally, compositionally and colorwise, but seems a little rough around the edges at times. The show statement suggests a narrative, action, scenes and references to modernist art movements of the past. A lot to see, but not necessarily all that easy to recognize.
Art by Rebekah Goldstein at Cult.
Rebekah Goldstein art closer.
Art by Rebekah Goldstein.
Rebekah Goldstein and her art at Cult Exhibitions.
Art installation room by Rebekah Goldstein.
Rebekah Goldstein sculpture.
Small art by Rebekah Goldstein.
Moroso Projects: Sun Tan - Alistair Matthews & Josh Reames.
Comment by AB: Two artists present typical objects in atypical ways, messing with everything from cigarette butts to cucumber slices. Alistair Matthews goes droll with photography while Josh Reames amuses it up in sculpture and paint. Nice work on both counts.
Alistair Matthews and her photography at Moroso Projects.
Photographs by Alistair Matthews.
Alistair Matthews photograph.
Trompe l'oeil hammer art by Josh Reames.
Josh Reames and his sculptures in the background at Moroso Projects.
Floating cigarette butt art by Josh Reames.
Art in above image closer.
Baguette, crutch & cucumber slice sculpture by Josh Reames (sorta like it).
The Luggage Store Gallery: David Gurman - Reflector Project.
Comment by RWM: Changing images on the walls. Interesting water works. One can look into the water in an unusual way. You don't see images of water projected onto the walls very often.
Comment by AB: With the aid of science and technology professionals, David Gurman develops a system of translating relative Richter levels of manmade activities around the world into periodic surface disturbances on pools of otherwise still water. Manmade calamities like bombs going off in war zones, glaciers cracking as a result of rising temperatures, and nuclear weapons tests are viewable in real time, and documented according to the specific locations where they occur. Good show. Go see.
David Gurman installation at The Luggage Store Gallery.
Reflecting pool and wall projection in above image closer.
David Gurman in the back room at his Luggage Store Gallery solo show.
Disturbance being registered on a pool of water.
Disturbance vibrations increase in real time - David Gurman art & installation.
Dogpatch Cafe & Art Gallery: People Eat People Too - Noah Ptolemy.
Review by RWM: Fun show despite the dark sentiment. Interesting colors and designs. Expressive in a narrative sort of way. Tough times for those who have to compete to survive. Fun for those who don't really have to take life seriously.
Art by Noah Ptolemy at Dogpatch Cafe & Art Gallery.
Noah Ptolemy art.
Art by Noah Ptolemy.
Art by Noah Ptolemy.
Digitally enhanced photography by Damon McLay at Magnet.
Damon McLay at digitally manipulated photographs at Magnet.
Digitally enhanced photograph by Damon McLay at Magnet.
Relative density - Damon McLay photography show at magnet.