exhibition announcements

Paintings in Julie Green's Food, Fashion and Capital Punishment include hidden content

Paintings in Julie Green's Food, Fashion and Capital Punishment include hidden content

Julie Green embeds narrative details, easily missed in a cursory look, in or near the borders of each painting. Each also has content not readily visible in the gallery setting: on the front, elements in glow in the dark paint; on the back, facsimiles of women's fingerprints. Once charged in daylight, the glow-in-the-dark paint shines all night long.

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The Armory Show preview: Morehshin Allahyari, Booth F12

The Armory Show preview: Morehshin Allahyari, Booth F12

Morehshin Allahyari’s She Who Sees The Unknown recontextualizes goddesses and female Jinn of Persian and Arabic origin. Using scanning, 3D printing, video and archiving as tools of investigation, the artist explores ancient myths as they relate to digital colonialism, oppression and catastrophe.

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Upfor presents Ben Buswell at Photofairs San Francisco

Join us at Fort Mason in San Francisco, February 23rd through 25th, for Photofairs as we present photo-based works by Oregon artist Ben Buswell. These new works further his exploration of tensions between image and object: Buswell experiments with ways to abstract, interrupt or erode photographic imagery to emphasize the physical characteristics of media, such as the emulsion layer's gloss. His imagery is typically grounded in geologic features laced with histories of ethical and political tensions.

Detail from  Untitled (Limit)  by Ben Buswell, 2018, hand-embellished Lambda print, 18×12 in (46×31 cm)

Detail from Untitled (Limit) by Ben Buswell, 2018, hand-embellished Lambda print, 18×12 in (46×31 cm)

BEN BUSWELL AT PHOTOFAIRS SAN FRANCISCO

February 23 – 25, 2018
Booth A09