publicartfund:

Perfect morning for some #publicart planning. #DanhVo’s #PAFwethepeople comes to @bklynbrdgpark (and City Hall Park) next month! #brooklyn #brooklynart photo @nogophoto (at Brooklyn Bridge)

Exciting

publicartfund:

Perfect morning for some #publicart planning. #DanhVo’s #PAFwethepeople comes to @bklynbrdgpark (and City Hall Park) next month! #brooklyn #brooklynart photo @nogophoto (at Brooklyn Bridge)

Exciting

Will Rogan, “Picture the Earth spinning in space,” 2014. 
Will Rogan / MATRIX 253
April 11–June 29, 2014
www.bampfa.berkeley.edu
For Will Rogan’s first solo exhibition in a museum, the artist debuts a new body of work, including photographs, sculpture, and video, that explores various time scales—past, present, and future—as manifested in common objects. In this group of works one finds mystery, banality, finality, and beauty all productively entangled in one another. 

Will Rogan, “Picture the Earth spinning in space,” 2014. 

Will Rogan / MATRIX 253

April 11–June 29, 2014

www.bampfa.berkeley.edu

For Will Rogan’s first solo exhibition in a museum, the artist debuts a new body of work, including photographs, sculpture, and video, that explores various time scales—past, present, and future—as manifested in common objects. In this group of works one finds mystery, banality, finality, and beauty all productively entangled in one another. 

ylid:

Jompet Kuswidananto, Body of God (film still), 2011

ylid:

Jompet KuswidanantoBody of God (film still), 2011

TONIGHT AT KADIST SF, Wages for Facebook

With more than 20,000 visitors and counting, the manifesto website Wages for Facebook has been rapidly and internationally debated via social media and in the press, setting off a broader public conversation about workers’ rights and the nature of labor as well as the politics of its refusal in our digital age. Together with one of the project’s initiators, NYC-based curator, artist, and writer Laurel Ptak, curator Christina Linden will invite the audience to join in a discussion about the contexts of art, technology, and activism—specifically asking how each of these spheres addresses much broader questions about how society might be organized.Bar at 6pm, event at 7pm

TONIGHT AT KADIST SF, Wages for Facebook

With more than 20,000 visitors and counting, the manifesto website Wages for Facebook has been rapidly and internationally debated via social media and in the press, setting off a broader public conversation about workers’ rights and the nature of labor as well as the politics of its refusal in our digital age. Together with one of the project’s initiators, NYC-based curator, artist, and writer Laurel Ptak, curator Christina Linden will invite the audience to join in a discussion about the contexts of art, technology, and activism—specifically asking how each of these spheres addresses much broader questions about how society might be organized.

Bar at 6pm, event at 7pm

São Paulo-based Marcelo Cidade, in Residence at Kadist Art Foundation SF: https://vimeo.com/89155962

heathwest:

Larry BellUntitled, 1972Two plate glass panels coated with Inconel69 3/4 x 67 1/4 x 69 1/4 in.

heathwest:

Larry Bell
Untitled, 1972
Two plate glass panels coated with Inconel
69 3/4 x 67 1/4 x 69 1/4 in.

(via noirchrome)

nobodylovesart:

Marcelo Cidade/ Monoblocks/ 2004.

Kadist SF Spring 2014 Artist-in-Residence: Marcelo Cidade
São Paulo-based Marcelo Cidade is an artist of situations, staging actions, interventions, and producing films, photographs, and drawings. For his residency at Kadist, Cidade will respond to the quotidian materials and spatial encounters of the city. His initial research into San Francisco will focus on concepts of counterculture, subversion, transformation, and individual freedom. Cidade will speak about his work at San Francisco Art Institute on March 28th, and will present an exhibition at Kadist, opening May 7th.

nobodylovesart:

Marcelo Cidade/ Monoblocks/ 2004.

Kadist SF Spring 2014 Artist-in-Residence: Marcelo Cidade
São Paulo-based Marcelo Cidade is an artist of situations, staging actions, interventions, and producing films, photographs, and drawings. For his residency at Kadist, Cidade will respond to the quotidian materials and spatial encounters of the city. His initial research into San Francisco will focus on concepts of counterculture, subversion, transformation, and individual freedom. Cidade will speak about his work at San Francisco Art Institute on March 28th, and will present an exhibition at Kadist, opening May 7th.
Jordan Kantor at Churner and Churner, NY, on Mousse’s site. http://moussemagazine.it/jordan-kantor-churner2014/

“Churner and Churner is pleased to announce Jordan Kantor’s second solo exhibition at the gallery.
This exhibition will comprise a wide-ranging selection of interconnected works, indicative of the artist’s diverse studio practice.

Figurative paintings that merge contemporary photographic and art-historical sources, geometric and gestural abstractions, as well as a large group of collages that incorporate mechanically produced and handmade gestures will be included. All of the works are shown here for the first time.Informed by both historical research and studio improvisation, Kantor’s newest works revisit several touchstone debates of modernist painting within a twenty-first century context. By reframing some of the signal strategies by which the medium has incorporated photography, abstraction, and contemporaneous subject matter, the exhibition revolves around questions central to discourses in painting—unified by conceptual logic rather than a singular style, format, or aesthetic approach.”

Jordan Kantor at Churner and Churner, NY, on Mousse’s site. http://moussemagazine.it/jordan-kantor-churner2014/

Churner and Churner is pleased to announce Jordan Kantor’s second solo exhibition at the gallery.

This exhibition will comprise a wide-ranging selection of interconnected works, indicative of the artist’s diverse studio practice.

Figurative paintings that merge contemporary photographic and art-historical sources, geometric and gestural abstractions, as well as a large group of collages that incorporate mechanically produced and handmade gestures will be included. All of the works are shown here for the first time.
Informed by both historical research and studio improvisation, Kantor’s newest works revisit several touchstone debates of modernist painting within a twenty-first century context. By reframing some of the signal strategies by which the medium has incorporated photography, abstraction, and contemporaneous subject matter, the exhibition revolves around questions central to discourses in painting—unified by conceptual logic rather than a singular style, format, or aesthetic approach.”

Julian Hoeber, Blue Wound, 2013

Thursday at fusedspace in SF, inners, a site-specific exhibition of new work by Julian Hoeber, curated by Jessica Silverman. For more info go to fusedspace

Julian Hoeber, Blue Wound, 2013

Thursday at fusedspace in SF, inners, a site-specific exhibition of new work by Julian Hoeber, curated by Jessica Silverman. For more info go to fusedspace

Wednesday night at Kadist SF, a screening of part one of the three-part BBC mini-series All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace by Adam Curtis, followed by a conversation between curator Adam Kleinman and Hesse McGraw, Vice-President for Exhibitions and Public Programs at SFAI. Note: Cocktails at 6pm, screening at 7pm
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Wednesday night at Kadist SF, a screening of part one of the three-part BBC mini-series All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace by Adam Curtis, followed by a conversation between curator Adam Kleinman and Hesse McGraw, Vice-President for Exhibitions and Public Programs at SFAI. 

Note: Cocktails at 6pm, screening at 7pm

EVENT PAGE

The Bulletin, a journal of Japanese Canadian  community, history and culture takes a look at Roy Kiyooka's life life through the eyes of his daughter Fumiko, a Vancouver-based filmmaker who for many years worked on REED, the Life and Works of Roy Kiyooka, a film about her father. Read here

The Bulletin, a journal of Japanese Canadian  community, history and culture takes a look at Roy Kiyooka's life life through the eyes of his daughter Fumiko, a Vancouver-based filmmaker who for many years worked on REED, the Life and Works of Roy Kiyooka, a film about her father. Read here

(Source: russellleng)