Deadline extended to Dec. 16th! AAWAA and APICC’s Shifting Movements call for entries

  DEADLINE EXTENDED: Friday, December 16th, 2016 – 11:59PM “More than anyone, I believe Yuri understood the transformative power of culture, and embraced the ways art could unite and sustain us in times like these. She invited the artists in all of us to step up and express who we are and what we standContinue reading “Deadline extended to Dec. 16th! AAWAA and APICC’s Shifting Movements call for entries”

Binh Danh: This, Then, is San Francisco — at Haines Gallery

Binh Danh: This, Then, is San Francisco http://hainesgallery.com/artists/Danh_Binh/Danh_001.html B and C Laundromat Barbary Coast Trail, Chinatown, 2014 Daguerreotype, Unique (in camera exposure) Plate: 8 x 10 inches / Frame: 12.75 x 14.5 inches Haines Gallery49 Geary Street, Fifth Floor, San Francisco, CA 94108 415-397-8114 art@hainesgallery.com Also this article may be of interest on the exhibition: http://ww2.kqed.org/arts/2014/11/13/binh-danhs-19th-century-photographs-of-contemporary-san-francisco/

E-Waste: An exhibition by Katherine Behar at the Tuska Center for Contemporary Art, University of Kentucky

“E-Waste” is an exhibition of new sculptures and videos. Combining machine-made, handmade, and organic forms, including a  “fossilized” 3D printer, the installation offers a mediation onconsumer technology’s environmental impact,  digital labor’s perverse acceleration, and big data’s corporeality. “E-Waste” is co-produced by the College of Arts & Sciences and the College of Fine Arts in collaboration with CELT (CenterContinue reading “E-Waste: An exhibition by Katherine Behar at the Tuska Center for Contemporary Art, University of Kentucky”

INDO AMERICAN ARTS COUNCIL presents ERASING BORDERS 2014

INDO AMERICAN ARTS COUNCIL   presents ERASING BORDERS 2014 Erasing Borders Exhibition of Contemporary Indian Art of the Diaspora Opening Reception: Saturday, July 19th, 4–6 pm.  The Exhibition will remain open from July 19th – August 16th, 2014 Crossing Art, 136-17 39th Ave, Ground Floor, Flushing, NY 11354 Directions: Click here This Exhibitions is Free and Open to theContinue reading “INDO AMERICAN ARTS COUNCIL presents ERASING BORDERS 2014”

1975: Group Exhibition of Diasporic Cambodian Art — Kickstarter campaign!

A Kickstarter campaign to support the exhibition “1975” Group Exhibition of Diasporic Cambodian Art at Topaz Arts in Queens, NY What is this fundraiser for?  An exhibition titled 1975, featuring works by Anida Yoeu Ali, Amy Lee Sanford, and LinDa Saphan, and curated by Chuong-Dai Vo. Opening reception: April 27, 2013, 6pm-8pm On view: April 27-May 26,Continue reading “1975: Group Exhibition of Diasporic Cambodian Art — Kickstarter campaign!”

AAWAA and APICC co-present “underCurrents & the Quest for Space” — Arts Exhibition and Events

    Asian American Women Artists Association and Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center As part of The United States of Asian America Festival present  “underCurrents and the Quest for Space,” an arts exhibtion that subverts stereotypes, discrimination and invisibility.Click here to : Like us on Facebook and Share the Event   • Exhibition Dates: May 2nd – 25th, 2013 • Opening Reception: Thursday, MayContinue reading “AAWAA and APICC co-present “underCurrents & the Quest for Space” — Arts Exhibition and Events”

SMITH ANDERSEN NORTH presents BENJAMEN CHINN’S PARIS, 1950-1951

SMITH ANDERSEN NORTH presents   BENJAMEN CHINN’S PARIS, 1950-1951 October 1 – October 31, 2011  Opening Reception:  Saturday, October 1, 2011, 6-9PM     Benjamen Chinn,  Gare d’Austerlitz, 1951, Archival pigment print, 30 x 30 inches. Smith Andersen North is pleased to present Benjamen Chinn’s Paris, 1950-51.   Born and raised in San Francisco’s Chinatown,  Benjamen Chinn (1921-2009) found inspiration in theContinue reading “SMITH ANDERSEN NORTH presents BENJAMEN CHINN’S PARIS, 1950-1951”

INDO AMERICAN ARTS COUNCIL presents IAAC ERASING BORDERS 2011 EXHIBITION OF CONTEMPORARY INDIAN ART OF THE DIASPORA

INDO AMERICAN ARTS COUNCIL    presents  IAAC ERASING BORDERS 2011 EXHIBITION OF CONTEMPORARY INDIAN ART OF THE DIASPORA Exhibition Starts: September 19 – December 9, 2011 Jorgensen Gallery, Jorgensen Center for Performing Arts, University of Connecticut, Storrs, Ct.  Panel Discussion: November 29th, 3:30 pm Reception: November 29th, 6:00 pm Featured Artist 2011: Natvar Bhavsar Curated by VijayContinue reading “INDO AMERICAN ARTS COUNCIL presents IAAC ERASING BORDERS 2011 EXHIBITION OF CONTEMPORARY INDIAN ART OF THE DIASPORA”

“Open/Close” SAWCC’s 14th Annual Visual Arts Exhibition at Cuchifritos Gallery, NYC

Open/Close SAWCC’s 14th Annual Visual Arts Exhibition September 17–October 3, 2011 Opening Reception: Saturday, September 17, 5–7 pm Cuchifritos Gallery, 120 Essex Street, Essex Street Market, New York, NY 10002 (South End of the Market, nearest Delancey Street). Curated by Maymanah Farhat Featuring Jaishri Abichandani <http://jaishriabichandani.net/&gt; , Nida Abidi <http://kaabakaze.blogspot.com/&gt; , Fariba Alam <http://faribaalam.com/&gt; , VaidehiContinue reading ““Open/Close” SAWCC’s 14th Annual Visual Arts Exhibition at Cuchifritos Gallery, NYC”

“Mary Ting Installations and Drawings” at Charlotte & Philip Hanes Art Gallery, N.C. & the “Keyed” exhibition at the Lower East Side Printshop, NYC

SOLO SHOW MARY TING  Installations and Drawings Charlotte & Philip Hanes Art Gallery Wake Forest University Winston-Salem, NC 27109 August 29-October 4, 2011 brochure with essay by Jonathan Goodman: http://www.wfu.edu/art/gallery/ting%20for%20web.pdf GROUP SHOW: Keyed Curated by Glen Baldridge Sept 14 – November 9, 2011 Lower Eastside Printshop 306 West 37 Street, 6th floor New York, NYContinue reading ““Mary Ting Installations and Drawings” at Charlotte & Philip Hanes Art Gallery, N.C. & the “Keyed” exhibition at the Lower East Side Printshop, NYC”

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