I am honored to have this solo exhibition "FUSION" opening at Studio Shop Gallery in Burlingame, CA.
About 25 of my paintings will be in the show, mostly recent work - as well as a few earlier pieces.
The Opening Reception is Friday, March 9th, 6:00pm to 8:30pm,
with a brief Artist Talk / Q&A at 6:15pm.
Please come by for a look. We look forward to seeing you!
STUDIO SHOP GALLERY
244 Primrose Road,
Burlingame, CA 94010
Assembled from the airwaves, shot from a cathode ray-gun, these images are literally stitched together, interlaced to resemble our collective unconscious. Dreams, fantasies, desires and nightmares are projected onto the screen as an electron dance painted at 15,750 lines per second.
We watch TV both passively and aggressively. Passive because we are receiving from outside our imagination, yet aggressive because we control the conduit to our id. Change channel, pause , repeat, surf, tune in or tune out, we are always searching for a resonance within our own sense of identity.
The images included in this project are a result of photographing an assortment of CRT TV’s with an SX-70 Polaroid camera. The photographs are not manipulated beyond the controls of the TV itself. They reflect both the manifest perceptions of Rico Schwartzberg and the visions of a consumerist society at large. Beamed through the airwaves, vibrating through the megahertz, they are finally captured, making the ephemeral concrete.
Adorna Corações Gallery, Rua do Rosário, n. 147, 4050-523 Porto, Portugal
Opening September 16 through November 17
The late Lou Silver Harrison (1917-2003) was one of America's most original and revered composers, born May 14th, 1917, in Portland, Oregon. The world is celebrating the 100th anniversary of his birth with concerts everywhere. On May 20, Bay Area music non-profit Other Minds will produce a concert devoted exclusively to some major highlights of Harrison’s infectious output. The Noonan Building’s Mark Abramson is currently working as Production Director for Other Minds.
The concert will be held at the Mission Dolores basilica, at the corner of Dolores Street and 16th Street in San Francisco’s Mission District. Among the work to be presented is La Koro Sutro (The Heart Sutra, in Esperanto), for 65 choristers, organ, harp and gamelan, and the Suite for Violin and American Gamelan, co-composed with Richard Dee, and simply put, a solid gold musical masterpiece. Nicole Paiement of San Francisco’s Opera Parallèle will conduct.
OTHER MINDS FESTIVAL 22
LOU HARRISON GAMELAN MASTERPIECES
Saturday, May 20, 2017, 7:30 pm
Mission Dolores Basilica
3321 16th St., San Francisco CA
48 Pillars was inspired by a chance encounter at Flax with a close-out sale of deep vertical panels, 48” x 12” x 1 5/8”. 24 local Bay Area artists will produce two pieces each on these identically sized panels that will exactly ring the gallery – 48 works total.
is is the second exhibition at Arc Gallery that is essentially a “structural con- straint” show. e other exhibition is our iconic annual, end of summer exhibi- tion, FourSquared. In both exhibitions, the artists are unconstrained in subject matter except to the extent that works need to be a series; but they are constrained in format. It should be visually stunning.
Michael Yochum, Curator
Thomas Reynolds Gallery, 1906 Fillmore St.
Through April 16th
Hours: noon to 6 pm; Wednesday to Sunday
The Luso-American Education Foundation is presenting the photography of Rico Schwartzberg from his several trips to Portugal over the past few years. The images will be concentrating on the urban landscape with emphasis on street art as well as the transformative architecture of recent years.
The presentation is titled Framed Portugal at San Jose State University, on Saturday, March 11 at the Compean Student Union Building, Rooms 2A and 2B, 3:30 - 4:30PM. Rico will be co-presenting with Valerie Mendoza (Director of the Photography Program at SJSU).
Karan Ruhlen Gallery, Santa Fe, NM
September 25 - October 9, 2015 Opening Reception: Friday, Sept 25, 5:00-7:00pm
I look forward to being in Santa Fe for this reception. Please stop by and say hello if you are in the area.
September 12 - October 22, 2015 Opening Reception: Wednesday, September 16, 5:00-7:00pm
My work in the show will include about 16 recent paintings and works on paper. It would be great to see you there at the reception on September 16th. Kind regards, Daniel
Upcoming Show in San Francisco.
Rhythm & Flux
A solo exhibition of new paintings by Daniel Phill.
June 2 thru June 27, 2015
Reception fro the Artist: Thursday, June 4, 5:30 - 7:30pm
Sandra Lee Gallery 251 Post St, Suite 310 San Francisco, CA 94108 415-291-8000
425 Market presents:
High Wind IM Bude Connie Harris paintings
March 14 - May 23, 2015 425 Market Street Lobby
Artwork courtesy of Connie Harris www.connieharris.com
Exhibits at 425 Market Street are curated by Casey & Associates Art Advisors Casey & Associates Art Advisors www.caseyandassociatessf.com 415-834-2394
Noonan Building artists are opening their studios to the general public this year as part of San Francisco’s annual Open Studio event. Our building always seems to be one of the standout locations during Open Studios. The waterfront location and quality of our artists make it a great visit for art lovers and art buyers looking for a unique San Francisco art experience. The Noonan Building will be open during Weekend 2 of this year’s event, Saturday, October 25, and Sunday, October 26, from 11am to 6pm. Many of the artists participating in this year’s event are listed in the poster above. The organizers of the event, Artspan, have a web site where you can get more information (click here). To get directions to the Noonan Building, visit our contact page and click on the red marker in the center of the map.
We invite everyone who has an interest in keeping San Francisco’s art scene vibrant and engaging to visit the Noonan Building this year during our Open Studios weekend!