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440 Gallery Artist and Juror’s Talk with Joan Bankemper, Nancy Doniger, Robert Pennington, and James Rose

440 Gallery Artist and Juror’s Talk with Joan Bankemper, Nancy Doniger, Robert Pennington, and James Rose

. July 10, 2017

Robert Pennington is a Brooklyn-based documentary photographer and filmmaker. He has worked in media arts for 25 years in the US, South Pacific, Europe and Latin America. His recent photographic work investigates socio- political, cultural and economic phenomena, and their impact on the human condition. He focuses on the margins of society, where oftentimes hubris […]

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San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art announce Heather Wilcoxon: Artist’s Talk

San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art announce Heather Wilcoxon: Artist’s Talk

. June 27, 2017

Talking Art is the ICA Public Program series that engages artists, students, collectors, and community members through professional development programs and interdisciplinary artist conversations. Free for students and members $10 for non-members – Sunday, July 16, 3 – 4 PM For more information, visit: http://sanjoseica.weebly.com/heather-wilcoxon-at-sea.html San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art 560 South First Street […]

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San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art announce Kate Rhoades: screening of Karen and chat with the artist

San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art announce Kate Rhoades: screening of Karen and chat with the artist

. June 27, 2017

In her video Karen, Oakland-based artist Kate Rhoades focuses her attention on the Junk Lady, the memorable supporting character in Jim Henson’s 1986 cult classic film Labryinth. The Junk Lady appears as a surly woman who obsessively collects rejected furniture, pots, pans, and children’s toys on her back. She lives in the “Junk Fields” amongst […]

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National Juried Exhibition Opens June 29 at 440 Gallery

National Juried Exhibition Opens June 29 at 440 Gallery

. June 27, 2017

A national juried exhibition on the idea of “home”, curated by artist Joan Bankemper 440 Gallery is pleased to present (home) a national juried group show framed around the word home in parentheses. As an all-encompassing idea that is charged with emotion, (home) may be just an overused advertising meme; (home) also serves as a […]

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Help represent Arts & Culture on the Gowanus Interactive Planning Map

Help represent Arts & Culture on the Gowanus Interactive Planning Map

. June 21, 2017

New York City’s Department of City Planning (DCP) is in the middle of a PLACES study for Gowanus. The PLACES study will result in a “planning and land-use framework,” meant to guide future rezoning proposals and infrastructure investments. In a changing Gowanus, where do artists and “arts & culture” fit in? Now is the time […]

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