Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
See You on the Flipside

See You on the Flipside

Rebekah Goldstein

CULT | Aimee Friberg Exhibitions San Francisco, California, USA 09/08/2018 – 10/27/2018

CULT | Aimee Friberg Exhibitions presents its third solo exhibition of new work by Rebekah Goldstein. See You on the Flipside marks a continued evolution of the artist’s signature lines, shapes, and gravity-challenging spatial treatment. In this exhibition Goldstein hones in on the tension between her two and three dimensional work, linking them conceptually with brand new shaped canvas

Rebekah Goldstein. See You on the Flipside. CULT Aimee Friberg Exhibitions. San Francisco, California. Photo by Phillip Maisel Rebekah Goldstein. See You on the Flipside. CULT Aimee Friberg Exhibitions. San Francisco, California. Photo by Phillip Maisel Rebekah Goldstein. See You on the Flipside. CULT Aimee Friberg Exhibitions. San Francisco, California. Photo by John Wilson White

VECINOS VECINOS

VECINOS

Eduardo Sarabia, Cynthia Gutiérrez, Gonzalo Lebrija, Gabriel Rico, Gwladys Alonzo

CULT San Francisco, USA 10/27/2017 – 01/20/2018

VECINOS features five prominent artists living and working in Mexico: Eduardo Sarabia, Cynthia Gutiérrez, Gonzalo Lebrija, Gabriel Rico and Gwladys Alonzo. Aged between 26 and 45, they represent different career points within a new generation emerging from Mexico and gaining notoriety in international circles. Most established are Gonzalo Lebrija and Eduardo Sarabia each of whom

Gwladys Alonzo, Cynthia Gutierrez, Gonzalo Lebrija, Gabriel Rico, Eduardo Sarabia. Installation view of VECINOS, CULT, San Francisco, 2017. Courtesy of CULT Gabriel Rico, Merde, 2012, Ceramic and 24-karat gold and platinum paint, 120 x 20 x 6 cm / 47.2 x 7.8 x 2.3 inches, Edition: unique (from a series of 6 unique works). Courtesy

Still Life

Still Life

Rhonda Holberton

CULT San Francisco, California, USA 01/11/2017 – 03/12/2017

Holberton’s work explores the way technology reshapes the relationship between humans and our physical world. As the title Still Life suggests, this exhibition utilizes material and process to transgress the boundary between stillness and life. Unexpected parallels emerge between the organic and constructed such as value and waste, self and other, cognition and physiology, and

Rhonda Holberton, Still Life (vanitas), 2017. Archival Pigment Print. 19 x 23 inches. Courtesy: CULT Aimee Friberg Exhibitions. Photo credit: John Wilson White. Rhonda Holberton, Dust to Dust, 2017. Gold dust, mosquitoes, sugar water, acrylic, nylon. Dimensions variable. Courtesy: CULT Aimee Friberg Exhibitions. Photo credit: John Wilson White. Rhonda Holberton, Front gallery installation view (from