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Saturday, May 28, 2005

"UNTITLED" (2002) (GOUACHE ON WOOD PANEL) by CLARE ROJAS
Location: Galatea Offsite/San Francisco Apartment

"UNTITLED" (2003) COMMISSIONED SITE-SPECIFIC MURAL INSTALLATION (GOUCHE/LATEX ON WALL) by CLARE ROJAS
Location: Master Bedroom Hallway, Pygmalion-2nd Floor

"ACHILLES" (2005) COMMISSIONED PAINTING by CLARE ROJAS
Location: Living Room, Pygmalion-First Floor

[EIGHTH MENTION DUE TO UPDATE]

UPDATE:


Art gallerist/dealer Lizabeth Oliveria informs us of several wonderful developments for Clare Rojas, to wit:

*Clare has been invited to participate in the 2005 Prague Biennal

* and will also have her first solo museum show at the Knoxville Museum of Art, Tennessee, in August 2005

* and in September will be having a solo exhibit at Modern Art, Inc. in London...which i am sure will be an amazing show.


All of which is great to hear, of course!

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Prov.: Prov.: Lizabeth Oliveria Gallery, Culver City, CA

"[]" (WATERCOLOR, GOUACHE DRAWING) by JESSICA SNOW
Location: Hallway above Foyer, Pygmalion-Second Floor

Jessica Snow's current exhibit "Stratagems For Living" (up through June 11, 2005) at Rena Bransten Gallery received mention (with illustration) in today's San Francisco Chronicle. From Kenneth Baker's article entitled "Artists embrace sleight of hand to turn viewers' focus inward," here is the excerpt that deals with Jessica's work:

At Bransten, ... By Area painter Jessica snow['s ...] work shows how quantity can determine quality in painting.

Snow's paintings have the meandering, episodic quality of her occasional installation pieces. Abstractions that evoke maps and micro-cityscapes and circuitry, they suggest a mind flitting among fixations -- on a color here, a shape, texture or technique there. "Further Shore of Yesterday" (2005) though the most poised work on view, suggests something made by Joan Miro on speed.


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Here is the official gallery press release from Rena Bransten Gallery:

PRESS RELEASE

In her second solo show at the gallery, San Francisco Artist Jessica Snow continues to blend amorphous shapes in cool colors with more geometric areas suggesting aerial views or maps. Her use and application of carefully selected contrasting pigments help determine the boundaries within each composition. Thinly applied washes of acrylic paint make up the bulk of the irregular areas while the "urban" areas are described by heavily textured spurts, dabs, and strokes of oil paint.

While the larger paintings reference aerial views and Platt maps, that include water-ways, streets and interstates, open space, and urban clusters, Snow's exhibit will also include small works on paper and ink-jet prints that have a tighter focus on the details found in the larger pieces. In all the works, however, one is aware of Snow's successful attempts too merge abstract and "real" elements into a harmonious blend that expands the meanings and possibilities of both.

Snow received her Master of Fine Art at Mills College in Oakland and was a recipient of a San Francisco Art Council Award Grant. Since her last solo show at Rena Bransten Gallery, Snow has had a solo exhibition at the Riverside Art Museum in Riverside, California; she was also recently included in Neo Mod: Recent Northern California Abstraction at the Crocker Art Museum in Sacramento, and Observations at the Carl Berg Gallery in Los Angeles.

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Prov.: M. Messineo, New York City

Friday, May 27, 2005

"PATCHWORK: X-27 EXPLORER" (ROBOT SERIES) (2005) (VINTAGE PAPER, STITCHING HOLES. GRAPHITE, WATERCOLOR, INK) (4 X 4, FRAMED) by LISA SOLOMON
Location: Library, Pygmalion-First Floor

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UPDATE:


Lisa Solomon sends a missive! To wit:

Hello all!

Hope everyone is well and enjoying their spring!

I just wanted to let you know about a crafty sale that I am participating in. (for those of you who didn’t know – a studio mate and I have started producing limited edition hand silk-screened t-shirts and bags for women and babies – men’s shirts are on the way....) It should be a really fun sale.

Participants include:

Abby- Normal – that’s our T’s and bags
Article Pract – a new book called viva poncho! + other yarn and knit goods
Kimberly Austin – letter press ephemera / gift tags (Friday Only)
Jodi Douglass – handcrafted beaded jewelry
Paper Monkey Press– letter press ephemera (Saturday Only)
Pixel and Floyd – charming note cards for the sophisticated pooch and dog owner (Saturday Only)
Titus – handcrafted clothing designed by Mahnee Titus
Theresa Weller Design and Print – paper ephemera, leather jewelry and other goods
+++ others

Friday and Saturday ~ MAY 27 & MAY 28
2 – 6 pm both days

AT:

ARTICLE PRACT (and if you are at all into yarn this is the place to go!)
5010 Telegraph Ave.
Oakland, CA 94609
510-595-PURL

Email with any questions, and of course tell anyone you think might be interested (hence the email being sent to those of you far far away!)

Hope to see you!
Lisa


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Prov.: Graystone, San Francisco; 2005 San Francisco International Art Expo

Saturday, May 14, 2005

TWO DRAWINGS IN E.T.'S ART/POETRY JOURNAL (2001) by G. SCOTT MACLEOD
Location: Library, Pygmalion-Second Floor

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One of the highlights of my 2001 residency at the Helene Wurlitzer Foundation of New Mexico was meeting Montreal-based artist Scott MacLeod. It was great seeing him make these Taos-inspired paintings. In my journal, he made drawings (one of them of a "Gotland Grave") related to his "Ancestral Homes" series; I was really pleased to hear later that his series were exhibited in 2002 at the Swedish American Museum Center in Chicago). I really love this series as it's narrative-laden while also working effectively as purely visual (even abstract) imagery.

UPDATE:

Congrats to Scott MacLeod who's exhibiting in the following exhibitions.

1. People and Images of Newfoundland by La Raza Group April 29 to May 18
http://www.jamesbaird.ca/

Press http://www.theindependent.ca/article.asp?AID=742&ATID=6

More information: James Baird Gallery 221 Duckworth St. St-John's Newfoundland 709. 726. 4502

2. Obsolescence Mise en valeur des anciens silos du Canada Maltage group
exhibition http://www.ville.montreal.qc.ca/culture
Vernissage le jeudi 12 mai 17 h 30 a 19h au 6052, boul. Monk, Montreal metro
Monk, autobus 36 Est
Renseingnements: 514. 872. 2044

Intallation Lumineuse Alex Morgenthaler le jeudi 12 mai des 19 h 30 a la
brasserie McAulan 5080, rue Saint-Ambroise http://www.quartierephemere.org

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Prov.: Direct from Artist

"[] (FOAM, CONTACT PAPER, SHADOW BOX-TYPE FRAME)" by STEPHANIE SYJUCO
Location: Babaylan Lodge

[EIGHTH MENTION DUE TO UPDATE]

Stephanie Syjuco will be part of this exhibit:

Stanford MFA Exhibition:

Catherine Harris
Scott Hewicker
Amy Hicks
Arnold Kemp
Stephanie Syjuco

FROM: May 17-June 12, 2005
OPENING RECEPTION: Friday, May 20, 5-9pm

AFTERPARTY at Bleeker studios 9PM -?:
featuring musical guests:

Troll
Condor
DJ Cliff Hengst

Dancing, BBQ and Beer

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Directions to Art Gallery from 101 North and South and El Camino Road:
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http://www.stanford.edu/dept/art/directions.html

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Directions to Art Gallery from 280:
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Take 280 South about 30 miles. Palo Alto is just past Woodside, so when you see signs for Woodside, you're getting close. Exit off Alpine Road which is the second Stanford exit (Sand Hill is the first). Make a left onto Alpine and drive about 2 miles. Alpine will turn into Junipero Serra. Turn left at the second stoplight, Campus Drive East. Continue around Campus Drive East and turn left when you reach Serra Street, at the gas station. Follow Serra Street until it ends at Galvez Street. Turn right onto Galvez and look for the first parking lot on the left which is a public pay parking lot that is adjacent to the side of the Economics
Building. The Cummings Art Building and Art gallery are located on the right side of
Hoover Tower.

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Directions to Bleeker Studio from Gallery:
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Take Campus Drive East to Campus Drive West about a mile and a half to Searsville which is the first street after Stock Farm. You can only make a right. Drive down about 1/4 mile and you will see an unmarked driveway on the right ( 173 Searsville-it's the first driveway that is not gated). Drive down all the way in until you see the courtyard with the huge oak tree.

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Prov.: New Langton Arts, San Francisco

"TAB (THERESA AFTER BRICE)" (1997 & 2005) (DRAWING ON 2 LAYERS OF RICE PAPER) by THERESA CHONG
Location: Living Room, Pygmalion-1st Floor

"TWL" (renamed "BLACK LIGHTNING" after its image appeared on my book entitled with same name) (1997) (OIL ON WOOD, 22 X 22 IN) by THERESA CHONG
Location: Galatea Offsite/San Francisco Apartment

"EIGHT (A&B)" (1998) (OIL ON WOOD) (TWO PANELS, EACH 40 X 20 1/2 IN, HUNG 1/2 INCH APART) by THERESA CHONG
Location: Galatea Offsite/San Francisco Apartment

DRAWING ON RICE PAPER (Details to Come) by THERESA CHONG
Location: Galatea Offsite/San Francisco Apartment

MONEY & STAMP SERIES (2000) (PRINTS) by THERESA CHONG
Location: Galatea Offsite/San Francisco Apartment

DRAWINGS FOR POETRY COLLABORATION by THERESA CHONG
Location: Library, Pygmalion-Second Floor

DRAWING WITH BOOK (Details to Come) by THERESA CHONG
Location: Library, Pygmalion-Second Floor

DRAWING WITH BOY (Details to Come) by THERESA CHONG
Location: Galatea Offsite/San Francisco Apartment

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Theresa Chong inaugurates a new web site. Check it out -- it's lovely!

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Prov. Direct from Artist; Danese Gallery (New York); Little Red Schoolhouse Fundraiser (New York)

Sunday, May 08, 2005

"MARGINS: MINI INSTALLATION INCLUDING SHADOWBOX #1" (2005) (MIXED MEDIA) by EMMY CATEDRAL
Location: Library, Pygmalion-Second Floor

"MARGINS: PROTOTYPE DESIGN FOR NOTEPADS MADE FROM MARGINS" (2005) by EMMY CATEDRAL
Location: Library, Pygmalion-Second Floor

These works were sent by Emmy Catedral, a talented young artist in New York City who's been doing some fabulous works based on exploring the impure margins, including said margins of the ubiquitous yellow legal pads! Fabulous perspective!

And her works are part of the just-opened exhibit

GEOGRAPHY OF NOW
May 7-24, 2005
Pancake Studio
New York City


(Emmy adds that I can use the margin pads for my shopping list project -- which cracks me up!)

Congratulations Emmy!!! Looking forward to seeing how you grow in the years ahead! Meanwhile, here's the official press release on Emmy's exhibit:


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

The Emerging Artists Coalition of Hunter College presents:

"The Geography of Now"

May 7 – May 14, 2005
Pancake Studio
158 Grand Street , second floor
New York , NY 10013

The Emerging Artists Coalition of Hunter College presents "The Geography of Now", opening Saturday May 7, 2005 at 7 pm.

Examining the theme of the urban experience distinctive to New York City, the artists of the Emerging Artists Coalition of Hunter College respond to the ideas of personal space, environmental imprint and impact, landscape and topography. The intention of "The Geography of Now" is to synthesize concept and construction from the individual perspectives of the thirteen contributing artists' particular relationships to the city.

The works included in the exhibition are executed through a wide variety of mediums and methodologies. Claudio Blanco subverts the roles of landlord and real estate broker by selling prime Manhattan real estate out of a gumball machine. Mekesia Brown, through sculpture, deals with the interstice between herself and the city. Redefining margins and the exhibition space itself, Emmy Catedral reexamines the yellow, lined legal pad. Arturo Collado uses video to document his distance and relationship to the idea of home. Todd Hanlon uses loose change to reconstruct iconic New York architecture. Megan Hays explores the overlooked quirkiness of the city's mundane details. Elisabeth Karczmer sensitively aestheticizes the landscape, painting an intimate view of her city. Natasha Misabishvili laboriously puzzles together color in linear atomic units suggestive of the sequential order that the city imposes. Martin Ray Guy Munoz gives notice to the undermined presence of the Native American spirit of Manhattan Island, using cheap, throwaway items found in his everyday experience of the city. Sunita Ochoa, in an ambitious painting, places herself between childhood and adulthood. In Paloma Pargac's painting, the materials strive to be looser, even rising off the surface in physical mounds that run into and play off of each other, giving form to the many colors seen in the cityscape. Norah Quinn's large-scale painting informs us of the dynamic opposition between two-dimensional space and pictorial perspective, which reflects the opposition between the individual and her environment. And, finally, answering to the urbanite's need for a little escapism, Jessica Rosin's playful vision indulges us in a much needed, lush fantasy world

Artists:

Claudio Blanco
Natasha Misabishvili
Mekesia Brown
Martin Ray Guy Munoz
Emmy Catedral
Sunita Ochoa
Arturo Collado
Paloma Pargac
Todd Hanlon
Norah Quinn
Megan Hays
Jessica Rosin
Elisabeth Karczmer

Contact:
Megan Hays
(917) 254 0485
meganhays@hotmail.com

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Prov. Direct from Artist

"[] (FOAM, CONTACT PAPER, SHADOW BOX-TYPE FRAME)" by STEPHANIE SYJUCO
Location: Babaylan Lodge

[SEVENTH MENTION DUE TO UPDATE]

and

"THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS, I, II AND III (2002)," THREE PHOTOGRAPHIC PRINTS by MAIL ORDER BRIDES
Location: Turret Guest Bathroom, Pygmalion-First Floor

[SECOND MENTION DUE TO UPDATE]

and

"ES GEFALLT MIR..." (2001) (PAINTED PHOTOGRAPH) by ELIZA BARRIOS
Location: Library, Pygmalion-First Floor

[SECOND MENTION DUE TO UPDATE]

and

"SPLAT" (2002) (CORRECTION FLUID ON PAPER) by REANNE ESTRADA
Location: Babaylan Lodge

[SECOND MENTION DUE TO UPDATE]

UPDATE:

Stephanie Syjuco, the Mail Order Brides (a performance art group comprised of Reanne Estrada, Eliza Barrios and Jenifer Wolford), Reanne Estrada, and Eliza O. Barrios are among the artists featured in this groundbreaking new book, Pinay Power: Peminist Critical Theory, edited by Melinda L. de Jesus, which is the first collection of peminist (Filipina American feminist) cultural criticism by and about Filipina Americans.

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Prov.: Mail Order Brides and Reanne Estrada: Lizabeth Oliveria Gallery, Culver City, CA; Eliza O. Barrios and Stephanie Syjuco: New Langton Arts, San Francisco

"[]" by DULCIE DEE (WATERCOLOR AND MIXED MEDIA)
Location: Red Bedroom, Pygmalion-Second Floor

[FOURTH MENTION DUE TO UPDATE]

Dulcie Dee will be one of the artists featured in this groundbreaking exhibition:

Spirit of the Babaylan: Open Art Exhibition

Opening 5-7:30 PM June 2, 2005
Ends June 24, 2005
Kimmel Center's Commuter Art Gallery
New York City

This summer, New York City's Kimmel Center Commuter Gallery will be transformed into an ethereal artscape of works by Filipina American artists. Spirit of the Babaylan: Open Art Exhibit, a pioneer indoor art exhibition organized by the Filipino American Women's Network Conference on behalf of NewFilipina, Inc. and Philippine Forum, will open on June 2 and run through June 24. This all encompassing multi-media exhibition -- the first of its kind in New York City to date -- will feature new and emerging work from nine Filipina American artists:

* Perla Daly
* Madonna Davidoff
* Dulcie Dee
* Valerie Jelski
* Christine Quisumbing Ramillo
* Kinding Sindaw
* Sabrina Alcantara-Tan
* Maryann Ubaldo
* Marv Velando

Works of art from this eclectic group of Filipina American artists will grace Kimmel Center's Commuter Gallery to complete an ethereal transformation and usher the viewer into the Spirit of the Babaylan, its different dimensions in contrast with the realities of being a woman and an ancient spiritual and cultural legacy unique of those who know the Philippines as Motherland.

The Kimmel Center Commuter Gallery, located on the second floor of the Helen and Martin Kimmel Center for University Life, New York University's new hub of campus activity for undergraduate students, graduate students, faculty, staff and alumni, overlooks Washington Square Park in the heart of Manhattan's Greenwich Village.

Gallery Hours: Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. Weekend hours are to be announced. The Spirit of the Babaylan: Open Art Exhibit is free to the public.

AE Coordinator: Marv Velando, Phone: (917) 684-8219

Details also online at: http://fawn2005.com/program-ae.html

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Prov.: Direct from Artist

FOUR "EROTIC LEMON" PHOTOGRAPHS (2004) by MEL VERA CRUZ
Location: Babaylan Lodge

"[] SILK-SCREENED COLLAGE ON CARDBOARD (WHITE)" (2004) by MEL VERA CRUZ
Location: Galatea Offsite -- San Francisco Apartment

"[] SILK-SCREENED COLLAGE ON CARDBOARD (BLUE)" (2004) by MEL VERA CRUZ
Location: Galatea Offsite -- San Francisco Apartment

[FOURTH MENTION DUE TO UPDATE]

and

"RICE WINE" (2004) (DIGITAL PAINTING) by MELISSA NOLLEDO-CHRISTOFFELS
Location: Red Bedroom, Pygmalion-Second Floor

(THIRD MENTION DUE TO UPDATE)

UPDATE:


Mel Vera Cruz and Melissa Nolledo-Christoffels are two of the artists featured in this ongoing exhibition:

STANFORD ART SPACES
PHILIPPINE EXHIBIT: 14 ARTISTS

APRIL 22-JUNE 22, 2005

THE ARTISTS

Alfredo P. Alcala, Christian Voltar Alcala, Terry Acebo-Davis, Melissa Nolledo-Christoffels, Mel Vera Cruz, Ben Lagasca, Anthony Cruz Legarda, Norma Nuyles Robinson, Manuel Rodriguez, and Lizanne Uychaco. The works of Angelo Baldemor, Manuel Baldemor, Norma Belleza and A. Celis will also be shown.

SAS is one of the largest galleries in the Bay area, exhibiting over 50 works in each show. Exhibits are primarily located in the Center for Integrated Systems (CIS). The building is open 8:30 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday. The CIS building is located at the corner of Via Ortega and Serra Mall (west end). Please visit this url to view the map: http://cis.stanford.edu/misc/directions.html

For questions, please contact Carmen Miraflor at miraflor@cis.stanford.edu
or SAS curator, Marilyn Grossman at marigros@cis.stanford.edu

Additional information about photographer and digital artist, Melissa Nolledo-Christoffels, is as follows:

Melissa’s digital creations and images originate from her photography and are playfully manipulated into pieces of fine art. “The images I create are often reflective of particular moments in my life or certain events in the world around me. Working on digital images —- processing, probing, constantly exploring colors, light and shadows —- gives me a sense of balance and appreciation for diversity and cohesion. My constant desire to create a happy union of elements in my art echoes my philosophy that we should strive to live as one with the community around us.”

As a board member of several community organizations such as Asian Council and the Philippine American Chamber of Commerce of Oregon (PACCO), Melissa believes passionately in promoting cultural diversity. She’s a photojournalist for
Manila Bulletin-USA and staff writer of the Asians in America Project. Her work has graced magazines, literary ezines and book covers and has been part of several exhibitions on both the east and west coasts. Born in Manila to writers Blanca Datuin and the late Wilfrido Nolledo, she was raised both in the United States and the Philippines. She now resides in Eugene, Oregon with her husband and three children and recently joined the staff of the Center for Educational Policy Research at the University of Oregon.

Melissa Nolledo-Christoffels is also a member of two artists’ groups that exhibits regularly around Oregon: Photozone Gallery and New Zone Arts Collective. She maintains a photoblog at www.framedperspective.com

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Prov.: Direct from Artists

Tuesday, May 03, 2005

"[] (FOAM, CONTACT PAPER, SHADOW BOX-TYPE FRAME)" by STEPHANIE SYJUCO
Location: Babaylan Lodge

[SIXTH MENTION DUE TO UPDATE]



Stephanie Syjuco's latest works illustrate why I think she is among the most brilliant artists of her generation (she's in her thirties).

In fact, her particular projects as related to her reconfiguration of the modernist International Style as well as "Black Market" relate to my Shopping Project -- and are likely to form one of the "Installments" that I'll be juxtaposing against my current shopping lists. Do click here for info on her exhibit, though I'll excerpt some relevant paragraphs below about her conceptual underpinnings.

Project Statements

La Maison Tunisie (After Perriand) is a resuscitation of a modernist shelving unit by French designer Charlotte Perriand, a colleague of Le Corbusier–but executed in cardboard, paper, glue, and tape. Built using the same conceptual strategy as one would build a shanty (with whatever’s at hand ), I’ve tried to pull together the history of style, place, and social space, and to implicate the layers of translations at work on both the “original” and the “cover.” My memories of the Philippines include crumbling architecture in the International Style, of which Perriand was a student. Indeed, that style went international– to the Third World–and aged into a dated design physically manifesting the weight of reality and time (even humanity) coming to bear on the modernist vision of progress.

Untitled (After Perriand) is made entirely from papier-maché; with the weight on top pulling downwards like the weight of history.

Black Market uses altered tourist photos of the Philippines downloaded from the internet, as well as sculptural reconfigurations of commodities. I digitally “blacked out” commodities from marketplace images—mainly the produce, foodstuffs, and other commonly traded items in villages. In thinking on the global control of goods and capital exercised by multi-national corporations, I began to speculate that the term “black market” could not only come to refer to knock-off or imitation goods, but to any item being sold or produced which falls outside of the “sanctioned” channels of capitalism. The term itself conjures up images of contraband weapons, drugs, illegal merchandise, human trafficking, and shady backroom deals. What if produce and local handicrafts were seen to be just as dangerous?



One of my friends is actually a collector of International Style furniture, so I sorta know that which Stephanie is referencing and reconfiguring. I adore her "Untitled (After Perriand)" (2004) -- the collapsing effect from what she calls "the weight of history." I wonder if it'd be a better book cover image, perhaps, than my earlier idea of a family photograph -- I even like the juxtaposition against that blue painting on wall, like a piece of the sky...

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Prov.: New Langton Arts, San Francisco

"[] (FOAM, CONTACT PAPER, SHADOW BOX-TYPE FRAME)" by STEPHANIE SYJUCO
Location: Babaylan Lodge

[FIFTH MENTION DUE TO UPDATE]

AND

FOUR "EROTIC LEMON" PHOTOGRAPHS (2004) by MEL VERA CRUZ
Location: Babaylan Lodge

"[] SILK-SCREENED COLLAGE ON CARDBOARD (WHITE)" (2004) by MEL VERA CRUZ
Location: Galatea Offsite -- San Francisco Apartment

"[] SILK-SCREENED COLLAGE ON CARDBOARD (BLUE)" (2004) by MEL VERA CRUZ
Location: Galatea Offsite -- San Francisco Apartment

[THIRD MENTION DUE TO UPDATE]

UPDATE:


Stephanie Syjuco and and Mel Vera Cruz are among the artists in this new exhibit:


Pirated: a post asian perspective
a multimedia visual exploration

Exhibit Runs May 5 - 29th, 2005
Opening Reception: Thursday, May 5th; 5 - 8PM
SomArts Cultural Center's Bay Gallery
934 Brannan Street (between 8th and 9th sts), SF

This May, Kearny Street Workshop presents a new multimedia visual exploration, Pirated: a post asian perspective, featuring work by Bay Area artists STEPHANIE SYJUCO, KATHY AOKI, DONNA KEIKO OZAWA, CURTIS CHOY, INDIGO SOM, MICHAEL ARCEGA, GLORIA G. GALANG, SCOTT TSUCHITANI, MEL VERA CRUZ, THUY TRAN, and DEREK CHUNG. Can piracy be justified in certain contexts? How is it used to seize and amass wealth and power, and how can it be used in resistance? The work presented here unearths alternative definitions, while also using piracy as a vehicle to question the rights of property and ownership, of both the material and abstract. In expanding upon the definition of piracy-and more significantly, in identifying , exposing and resisting acts of theft and unauthorized appropriation, each of these artists participates in a distinctly political and powerful act -- seizing her own power, and engaging in a wholly different and illuminating form of piracy.

For more information, including artist bios and project statements, please visit our website, kearnystreet.org

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Prov.: (Syjuco) New Langton Arts, San Francisco; (Vera Cruz) Direct from Artist

Sunday, May 01, 2005

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