Exhibition will include recent photographs from Nagaoka’s series examining Asian masculinity and society’s patriarchal structure as played out in the domestic sphere.
In her new show, The Mind Garden, Sara Lisch creates collages that explore and grow consciousness.
The Lost-race theory describes fairies as historical colonized subjects. What killed the Spirit and the Native but the betrayal of good will and weaponised metals?
BorderXer will be at Anita through September.
At Quint Gallery (7655 Girard Avenue), S T A R S, a solo exhibition of new work by Gary Lang will run from June 4 – July 30.
These recent large-scale works represent an evolution of Lang’s process: S T A R S are a shift to a new shape as well as medium after years of painting meditative gradations of concentric circles. This transition arrived through the pandemic’s unrest, a lack of peace which led Lang to invigorate a new shape and discover a boundless power in the anatomy of a four-pointed star.
Josh Callaghan’s sculptures uncover the relations between commodity and culture, creating humanistic forms out of consumer products.
Through clashing pattern combinations and personal storytelling, Padma Rajendran’s work interrogates the dualistic contradictions between culture and definitions of universal heritage.
The Factory presents HARD WOOD, a solo exhibition and first post-graduate show for Lionel Vance, featuring works for Seattle’s Queer art walk. The exhibition explores ideas of comfort and newfound queerness that many of us form with companionship.
he project was funded by a grant from the Regional Arts and Culture Council. In tandem with the show Water Briefed, a book featuring the series will be for sale.
Robinson’s work in Second Honeymoon uses humor, color, and abstraction to transform
commercial-based images into painted works on silk.