I will have a few Interface photos at the next BAPC exhibition Magnetic Pull at ARC Studios.
- 1246 Folsom St., San Francisco (map)
- January 16 – February 20, 2021
Further details will be posted soon here and on the BAPC website.
September 21-October 4, 2020
(postponed from April due to Coronavirus)
12-7pm (last day till 6pm)
Public reception: Instead of a reception, I will be available in the gallery via zoom every afternoon.
同時代ギャラリー｜Dohjidai Gallery of Art
〒604-8082 京都市中京区弁慶石町56 1928ビル2F
2F 1928 Bldg, 56, Benkeiishi-cho, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto (map)
I will be presenting an evolution of my Motion Studies series that I call Motion Studies Dissected at this exciting fine art photography festival in Kyoto. It’s been a while since I had a solo show and this series is evolving so I am especially interested to bring this new work to Kyoto. I exhibited at the KG+ festival last year and had a wonderful experience. There are many shows, big and small, tucked into neighborhoods throughout the city.
Gallery visitors via Zoom:
Kyotographie and KG+ (official satellite event), now in their 8th year, form the core of a month of photography in Kyoto, Japan, running from mid-April to mid-May.
In addition to a theater, there are a few galleries in this historic building — here are the other artists who will be exhibiting at this gallery (but not the same week I am exhibiting):
I am involved with a number of current and upcoming fundraising events. Please join me in supporting these wonderful organizations.
9/17-10/11: I will have 3 Interface images in this online fundraiser.
Spurred by the re-energized racial justice movement, BAPC has had numerous discussions about how they as a small arts organization can help dismantle systemic racism and promote racial equality. While they plan longer-term efforts, they’ve begun by backing a terrific arts organization in San Francisco that supports Black creatives, the African American Arts and Culture Complex (AAACC). BAPC started with a donation to the AAACC, and to raise additional funds they’re planning an online sale of BAPC members’ photographs at very affordable prices, with 100% of proceeds to be donated to AAACC. Tune in at BAPC.photo.
I will have a couple of panoramas in this online auction.
I will have a few framed panoramic photographs in this online auction.
On 9/26 from 3-4:30pm PST, Jimmy in Saigon will hold its first-ever virtual fundraiser. The event will feature a conversation between Director Peter McDowell and Executive Producer Dan Savage, moderated by Hollywood producer Helen Estabrook, a brand new clip from the rough cut of Jimmy in Saigon, as well as various musical performances. There will also be a silent auction of original artwork, gift bundles, online services, and more.
9/10 – 9/25: I am on the Host Committee for See How Beautiful I Am, San Francisco Camerawork’s Benefit Auction 2020. Join me online on Thursday September 17 at 4 PM PST on Minnesota Street Project’s new online portal Adjacent for the Artists’ Showcase. Contact me and I will host an online group event to view the work.
I will be showing a group of lightboxes from my series “Motion Studies” on a wall just inside the front window of the legendary Adobe bookstore and gallery.
There will be a large lightbox – easily viewable from the sidewalk – and some smaller lightboxes also. Including a new work made of extra-small lightboxes.
Part of a 3 person exhibition:
Yuki Maruyama in the Backroom Gallery with a red-and-cyan drawing installation
Painter Dana Smith in the “Above Fiction” area.
I am excited to announce I will be participating in this 20th anniversary BAPC show curated by Meg Shiffler. I will be exhibiting images from my Rapid Express series.
20th Anniversary Exhibition of the Bay Area Photographers Collective
curated by Meg Shiffler
In addition to the curated exhibit, a selection of photographs from BAPC founders and a nifty timeline of BAPC’s 20-year run will be on display. The timeline encompasses an important part of my own history as an artist over the last decade. It will be printed in the exhibition catalog and also presented in a large format on the wall.
“What you have caught on film is captured forever…
it remembers everything, long after you have
forgotten everything.” – Aaron Siskind
“How do we mark time? We all do it. Humans compulsively invent new ways to drop pins in the flow of time so that as much of life as possible takes root in our personal memories and collective consciousness. On the occasion of Bay Area Photographers Collective’s 20th anniversary, Marking Time honors the founders and celebrates the vibrancy and diversity of the current membership through recent works that highlight our relationships to each other, the built and natural world, and photography itself.
Each photographer in this exhibition is a visual storyteller, and has marked time by taking a dynamic role in defining a moment, a perfect moment. Members’ works take viewers to a New Orleans cemetery, fields in California’s Central Valley, and the streets of Mexico City. We meet elders from India, transit riders in San Francisco, dancers at a recital, and gamers at play. There are panoramic images that slice a scene into fragments that physically reflect time and speed, and abstract works created with fast shutter speeds followed by slow, sculptural manipulations of the resulting prints.
Exhibiting artists (current members of BAPC):
Jason Andrescavage, Rose Borden, Tamara Danoyan, Anthony Delgado, Gene Dominique, Richard Dweck, Dan Fenstermacher, Linda Fitch, Steve Goldband, Ralf Hillebrand, Ken Hoffman, Ellen Konar, Philip Krayna, Tom Lavin, Dan Lythcott-Haims, Mitch Nelles, Ari Salomon, Angelika Schilli, Cindy Stokes, Rusty Weston, and Nick Winkworth
April 16-21, 2019 12-7pm (last day till 5pm)
Public reception: 4/20 6-8pm
Dohjidai Gallery of Art (map)
I will be premiering my Rapid Express series at this exciting fine art photography festival in Kyoto.
Kyotographie and KG+ (official satellite event), now in their seventh year, form the core of a month of photography in Kyoto, Japan, running from mid-April to mid-May. Nineteen members of BAPC will participate in this exhibit at Dojidai Gallery in the heart of Kyoto. The exhibit will comprise one section of all members’ work on the theme Of Dreams and Reality, and twelve sections of individual members that dive deeper into each one’s interpretation of that theme.
GALLERY OF MY IMAGES:
INSTALLATION AND EXHIBITION IMAGES:
My first Art Fair!
I will have both framed and unframed prints available.
See you at Room #305.
BAPC is an official “non profit sponsor” of the event. Thank you Ray Beldner and team for making this happen!
APRIL 26-28 2019
HOTEL DEL SOL
3100 Webster St, San Francisco, CA 94123 (map)
Bypassing the traditional gallery system, stARTup connects art buyers to curated up-and-coming artists. Over 60 artists – selected by art world experts – transform hotel rooms into individual exhibition spaces at the fun and funky Hotel del Sol, a 1950s motor lodge in the Marina District. stARTup is held the same weekend as the SF Art Market gallery fair at Fort Mason (within walking distance) so lots of art to see (and buy).
Of Dreams and Reality
Curated by Ann Jastrab
September 15 – October 25, 2018
Opening Reception: Saturday, September 15, 6-8pm
Closing Program: Saturday, Oct 13, 4-6 pm
1275 Walnut Street Berkeley, CA 94709 (map)
I will have one image from my new series Rapid Express in this group show. This is the premier exhibition for this new series and I’m very excited to have it out in the world.
BAPC and Berkeley Art Center will be participating in the inaugural year of the Bay Area Month of Photography. Curator Ann Jastrab is Editor In Chief at All About Photo. She was the gallery director for Rayko Photo in San Francisco for ten years. Ann has curated many exhibitions for RayKo as well as for the San Francisco Arts Commission, the Academy of Art in San Francisco, Artspan, SFAI, the Center for Fine Art Photography, and other national and international venues outside of San Francisco. She has reviewed portfolios at festivals and competitions around the world.
About the Puerto Rico fundraiser:
This exhibit poster, signed by Frank Espada, is related to his most renowned body of work The Puerto Rican Diaspora. It can be won in the raffle at the opening reception on Saturday, September 15. Proceeds benefit Foundation for Puerto Rico.
See more at:
1/16-2/20 2021 Magnetic Pull at ARC Studios
Portfolio Award (SF Bay Int'l Photo Show)
PhotoAlliance online exhibition