Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
Silhouette Silhouette

Silhouette

Curated by Kevin Krueger and Aaron Harbour

Et al. etc. San Francisco, California, USA 06/17/2017 – 07/15/2017

Artists: Loney Abrams & Johnny Stanish, Nico Colón & Grant Gutierrez, Gracie DeVito, Fox Hysen, Brian Longe, Ruby Sky Stiler, Christine Wang I go out to find The one with whom I’ve seen all hours’ moons Once the curtains lifted And he said, “I only swim to you” Language is such a play – He called his exit but his eyes

Brian Longe, The East is Red Number One, 2014. Graphite & acrylic on raw canvas. 113 x 86 inches. Courtesy of Et al. etc. Nico Colón & Grant Gutierrez, Spencer Avenue, 2017. Installation throughout space. Courtesy of Et al. etc. Installation view: Silhouette, 2017. Courtesy of Et al. etc. Artists: Loney Abrams & Johnny Stanish, Nico Colón & Grant Gutierrez, Gracie

Sunset Strrip

Sunset Strrip

Curated by Night Gallery

The Battery San Francisco, California, USA 07/28/2015 – 10/11/2015

Artists: Derek Boshier, Mira Dancy, Karl Haendel, Jake Kean-Mayman, Josh Mannis, Rose Marcus, Sojourner Truth Parsons, Augustus Thompson, Christine Wang In the 60s the Sunset Strip was dirrty. Dirrty in the trash that covered the streets and dirrty in the deals that went down between hustlers on the street and those in cars. Dirrty hands shook

Artists: Derek Boshier, Mira Dancy, Karl Haendel, Jake Kean-Mayman, Josh Mannis, Rose Marcus, Sojourner Truth Parsons, Augustus Thompson, Christine Wang In the 60s the Sunset Strip was dirrty. Dirrty in the trash that covered the streets and dirrty in the deals that went down between hustlers on the street and those in cars. Dirrty hands shook

I Want That Bag I Want That Bag

I Want That Bag

Christine Wang

Night Gallery Los Angeles, California, USA 05/24/2014 – 06/28/2014

To say the Syrian Civil War feels good sounds callous, even cruel. But if she wants to be honest, and she does, that’s roughly how it felt to Christine Wang during the year she spent living in Qatar. That country, thanks to its oil reserves, has the second highest per capita GDP in the world,

To say the Syrian Civil War feels good sounds callous, even cruel. But if she wants to be honest, and she does, that’s roughly how it felt to Christine Wang during the year she spent living in Qatar. That country, thanks to its oil reserves, has the second highest per capita GDP in the world,