NIETO - MODERNISM - CONSULATE GENERAL OF MEXICO
Ever dream of opening your own art gallery? Read this.
Nieto Fine Art: Anxious Objects - Bella Feldman.
Comment by AB: We all know Bella Feldman for her sculpture, but at the tender age of 80, she's taken up painting. Precocious, wouldn't you say? Worth a visit.
Art by Bella Feldman (not too shabby for a beginner).
Bella Feldman (seated, foreground) and her art at Nieto Fine Art.
Sculpture by Bella Feldman.
Bella Feldman art at Nieto Fine Art.
Tall art by Bella Feldman.
Bella Feldman sculpture at Nieto Fine Art.
Modernism Gallery: Jonathon Keats - The First Copernican Art Exposition.
Comment by AB: According to the disquisitional, the Copernican Revolution is considered to be the beginning of science. Among other revelations, the world got dethroned as the center of the universe and demoted to just an average place in the cosmos-- no big deal, nothing special. Jonathan Keats, in an epiphany of logic legerdemain, here declares that according to our Copernican earthly status, the arts must heretofore be mediocre as well. And that includes painting, sculpture, music, architecture, cuisine, dance and literature. Courtesy of Keats, the fixin's required to actualize The New Bland are available for purchase here.
Definitely recommended. And art for as little as $39.95! You can't lose.
Circumstance - art by Jonathon Keats at Modernism Gallery.
Copernican art by Jonathon Keats - 100% beige.
Art by Jonathon Keats in above image neatly tagged and identified.
Jonathon Keats and his Universal Anti-Seasoning art.
Jonathon Keats Universal Anti-Seasoning - $39.95. Such a deal!
Copernican sculpture and music by Jonathon Keats.
Sculpture by Jonathon Keats in above image closer.
Sculpture labeling by Jonathon Keats closer.
Jonathon Keats sheet music art closer at Modernism Gallery.
Consulate General of Mexico in San Francisco: Numina Femina - Latin Women in the Arts.
Artists: Ana Belen, Cantoni, Ana Teresa Fernandez, Carmen Boullosa, Catalina Benavides, Claudia Salamanca, Diana Gameros, Eliana Otta, Favianna Rodriguez, Ilana Boltvinik, Janine Soenens, Lapiztola, Maria Adela Diaz, Maria de los Angeles Burr, Mariana Gruener, Marta Sanchez Vazquez, Monica Martinez, Neli Ruzic, Nuria Montiel, Paula Cobo, Paula Markovitch, Paulina Velazquez Solis, Paz de la Calzada, Pura Lopez Colome, Regina Jose Galindo, Rita Ponce de Leon, Sandra Calvo, The Bernal Hill Players, The Tea Dancers / Ballet de la Compasion, Valeria Caballero Aguilar, Vera Costa, Yvonne Venegas.
Comment by AB: "Numina Femenina: Latin Women in the Arts represents the joint effort of curators, artists, cultural institutions and the Consulate General of Mexico in San Francisco to celebrate and commemorate the impact of women in the arts field. Furthermore, it is also an effort to strengthen the creative links among the artists themselves, as well as to create spaces for cultural exchange to evolve." Artistic options include video, installation, works on paper, murals and more... with a healthy dose of social and political commentary.
Installation art at the Consulate General of Mexico.
Photography at Numina Femina - Latin Women in the Arts.
Art in above image closer.
Ana Teresa Fernandez and her feathered metal detector art.
Art at Numina Femina - Latin Women in the Arts.
Photography and video - Latin women group art show.
Photography and video art at Consulate General of Mexico.