Stephen Shore: Selected Works, 1973–1981
Stephen Shore’s Uncommon Places is indisputably a canonic body of work—a touchstone for those interested in photography and the American landscape. Remarkably, despite having been the focus of numerous shows and books, including the eponymous 1982 Aperture classic (expanded and reissued several times), this series of photographs has yet to be explored in its entirety. Over the past five years, Shore has scanned hundreds of negatives shot between 1973 and 1981.February 26, 2017
Erin M. Riley "Simple" @ Hashimoto Contemporary
In a new exhibition at Hashimoto Contemporary in San Francisco, Erin M. Riley will debut a series of weavings, examining themes of sexuality, violence and identity. Riley’s meticulous hand-woven tapestries are intimate portraits into past experience, of both personal and communal memory. The large-scale work confronts viewers to contemplate subjects often considered socially taboo. Frequently autobiographical, her work addresses the innate trauma of womanhood and the objectification of the sexualized body.February 21, 2017
Emilio Villalba's Deconstructed Portraiture Experiments
San Francisco-based artist Emilio Villalba recently closed a successful solo show with Cordesa Fine Art in LA. Presenting his latest series of deconstructed portraiture experiments, "Lost Thoughts and Days Ahead" the artist continued his ongoing exploration of the contemporary human condition.February 21, 2017
Add Fuel "Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed"
Underdogs Gallery in Lisbon is currently showing Something old, something new, something borrowed, a solo exhibition by Diogo Machado aka Add Fuel. With this show the Portuguese visual artist introduces his latest experiments in playing with tradition by reinventing classic techniques such as iconic Azulejo tiles, cross stitch embroidery and lace.February 21, 2017