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Re-installation of Bruce Nauman's "Double Wedge Corridor with Mirror" continues with Tony May and @terraamico
From January 30 to February 23, 2018, Bruce Nauman’s Corridor Installation with Mirror - San Jose Installation (Double Wedge Corridor with Mirror) will be on view in the gallery where it was first built and installed at San Jose State College in May 1970. Today this gallery is precisely as it was when Nauman installed his V-shaped corridor in its far corner, and viewers will have the unique opportunity to experience this artwork as the artist first conceived it.
Curatorial Panel Discussion, 5-6pm, Jan. 30.
Opening reception, 6-7:30pm, Jan. 30.
Free and open to the public.
More info at Gallery.sjsu.edu
PHOTO by Tony May, Professor Emeritus of Art and Visual Culture, SJSU
@sledgehammerzine @johndanielreiss @slow_leak and myself have been working on something special for you. •GIFT OF SIGHT• “A collaborative group show combining visual narritives, and abstract comics traveling faster than the speed of light. A one-stop shop to the cosmos.” 5653 San Pablo Ave. Oakland, Ca.
20 of 365 Another 10 minute sketch since it’s Saturday night here in sunny California and our friends are still too much fun ! Hoya plant for tonight 🌱anyone have one of these beauties? #plantgang#indoorplants
I was honored to meet New York based artist Hiroko Ohno at Iwasawa Oriental Art this afternoon where we both have work on exhibit! I was fascinated to hear how she uses traditional methods and materials to make her very contemporary, yet timeless work! In Galaxy, the piece on the right, she applies ground stone pigmented inks and shell to a dark blue paper, traditionally used with gold calligraphy to create a rich backdrop for her luminous Galaxy formation, eluding to the fact that we are all stardust, we are all one. Gasp! How beautiful is that?! We are hoping that she can come back so give an Artist Talk in the near future!