I will be offering an edition of 200 letterpress take-away prints continuing to expand on my piece, re:LOCATION, in an upcoming exhibition at Berkeley Art Center. The exhibition titled, Soapbox, was juried by Boots Riley and Steven Wolf and includes the work of 16 Bay Area artists whose work addresses a range of social and political issues. The opening is Saturday, June 28 from 5-8 pm and the exhibition runs through August 10, 2014.
I'll be presenting and offering a series of 5 text-based letterpress and silkscreen posters, printed in runs of 100 as take-away prints at the Southern Graphics Council International Conference during the opening night on March 26, 2014. These posters will also be installed on the Market Street corridor and in the Mission neighborhood, integrated into walls of street art, graffiti and other printed matter. The project aims to research, catalog, and map language associated with gentrification and displacement in the city of San Francisco which mirrors a national discussion on the changing shape of cities.
I have a monotype included in a group exhibition titled "Re/Appropriate" juried by Colleen Terry, Assistant Curator for the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, opening this Saturday 3/1/2014 at Market Street Gallery.
A new piece was selected by Corrina Peipon, Assistant Curator at the Hammer Museum, to be part of the exhibit, "This Will Never Work," at Southern Exposure, opening on Friday, November 22. The piece is an installation of printed matter I proposed specifically for the exhibit. Photos to follow.