Material Consolation III 2018 For auction at Southern Exposure

Material Consolation III   2018
My donation at auction in support of Southern Exposure, 
favorite Bay Area arts non-profit. March 17 at Minnesota Street Project.

Art Gives Back Auction

My work The Monongahela and The Sarasvati will be included in the Art Gives Back auction, a benefit for victims of the the North Bay fires. The auction takes place at Minnesota Street Project on Sunday, January 21 from 4-8 pm. 100% of proceeds go to two organizations: Undocufund and Latino Community Foundation.

You can purchase a ticket to the event here.

The Monongahela and The Sarasvati
acrylic, shellac, and cloth on canvas
14" x 11"

New Acquisition

The Berkeley Art Museum recently acquired The Town Made Out of Itself for their permanent collection.

The Town Made Out of Itself
oil, enamel and acrylic paint, cloth, thread, and plexiglass on canvas
90" x 63.5"

BART project update

4,800 custom glazed ceramic tiles have been delivered to the new Milpitas BART station.


River of Fire: Commons, Crisis and the Imagination

I wrote a chapter in River of Fire: Commons, Crisis & the Imagination. Click here to read it.


Waiting for the Barbarians
February 3-27, 2017
reception Wednesday, February 22, 6-9 pm

Right Window
992 Valencia Street
San Francisco, CA

Acoustic Habitats at Center for New Music

Acoustic Habitats: Visual Scores of the SF Bay Area

Works by:
Steve Adams
Bryan Day
Phillip Greenlief
Barry Guy
Anna Halprin
Cheryl Leonard
Bob Marsh
Pauline Oliveros
Jon Raskin
Gino Robair
David Samas
Amy Trachtenberg

The Sound of Blue

Curated by Rebecca Goldfarb and resituated by Amy Trachtenberg
June 29 - July 23, 2016

The Sound of Blue is the second exhibition at the David Ireland House introducing viewers to the late conceptualist’s home and artistic practice with a new selection of work drawn from the 500 Capp Street Foundation’s 3,000-piece collection. The evolving, site-specific installation presents artworks in various media that explore the riddles embedded in Ireland’s work, his interest in sensory experience, and his investigation of repetitive action and the marking of time.
For more information and tickets, visit
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