Fiber sculptures explore gendered constructs, feminist ideologies, and the restraints of the body.
The exhibition, like the film after which it is titled, offers an immersive introduction to the distinctive combination of technical experimentation and earnest intimacy that defined Hammer’s singular vision of lesbian identity and authorship in the 1970s. Featuring artworks made while Hammer was living in San Francisco, Women I Love comprises the most extensive presentation of Hammer’s work on the West Coast to date.
San Francisco-born Carlos Villa (1936–2013) was a groundbreaking American artist whose work broadened the horizons of 20th-century modernism. His search for personal and aesthetic meaning in his own Filipino heritage and global indigenous cultures led him to develop an original and expansive approach to art and the role of the artist.
An LA-based artist’s biomorphic works on paper evoke the vocabulary of food.
In others, entire lines of lower case text cascade across the surface of the work. Others seem an invented language and script, or suggest Hindi or Arabic alphabets.
A wife and husband artist duo explore their identities as artists and parents.
Paintings for the end of the world made in the middle of nowhere.
Building worlds with found objects and materials.
Wayne Tiebaud’s distinctly Californian sense of lighting and the perfect non-alcoholic aperitif.
Jessica Silverman is pleased to announce Lingering, on view from January 15 to February 26, 2022.…