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Tuesday, November 13, 2007

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

SIXTEENTH MENTION DUE TO UPDATE

and

"BANGKA (2007)," INK AND GOUACHE ON PAPER by JENIFER WOFFORD
Location: Library Bathroom, Pygmalion-First Floor

"FALLING NURSE (2007)," (18 X 14") INK ON PAPER by JENIFER WOFFORD
Location: Library Bathroom, Pygmalion-First Floor

FIFTEENTH MENTION DUE TO UPDATE

UPDATE:

Jenifer Wofford is being feted as I write this, as she's one of this week's recipients for the SF Bay Guardian Goldie Award. Yay and Congrats!

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Prov.: J.W.: Intersection for the Arts, San Francisco; and Galleon Trade Fundraiser/Direct from Artist
M.O.B.s: Lizabeth Oliveria Gallery, Culver City, CA

Monday, November 12, 2007

"INFORMAL ECONOMY VENDORS, #8" (2005) (ANALOG AND DIGITAL MEDIA RENDERED AND CUT ON VINYL MATERIAL) (1 OF 5) by JULIO CESAR MORALES
Location: Living Room, Pygmalion-First Floor

NINTH MENTION DUE TO UPDATE
Julio Cesar Morales is currently showing in the following exhibit:

DISPLACED
Jonathan Callan
Frank Ebert
Armando Miguelez
Julio Cesar Morales
Gabrielle Teschner

John Berggruen Gallery
Grant AVe.
San Francisco, CA 94108

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Prov.: Direct from Artist

Thursday, November 08, 2007

FROM "AN AMERICAN DIARY, 1997: DECEMBER 25, 1941 (CHRISTMAS)" (1997) (ACRYLIC ON CANVAS 11 x 14 IN) by ROGER SHIMOMURA
Location: Family Room, Pygmalion-First Floor

THIRD MENTION DUE TO UPDATE

Greg Kucera Gallery in Seattle is putting up what looks to be a very important exhibition for Roger Shimomura:

ROGER SHIMOMURA: MINIDOKA ON MY MIND
Nov. 15-Dec. 22, 2007
Opening Reception: Nov. 15, 6-8 p.m.
Greg Kucera Gallery
212 3rd Ave. South
Seattle, WA 98104

"Minidoka" refers to Camp Minidoka in Hunt, Idaho where the Shimomura family were detained from 1942-1944. The group of 30 paintings expose the dire racial conflicts of the WWII years. Bluntly, some museum or wealthy individual buyer needs to acquire (then donate to a public venue) the entirety of this series as I think their impact transcends an art-viewing session. Anyone?

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Prov.: Greg Kucera Gallery, Seattle, WA

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