May Wilson (MFA, art, ’13) has won the 2017 San Francisco Artist Award from The San Francisco Art Dealers Association (SFADA). As winner, she will have a solo exhibition at the Themes + Projects gallery, Minnesota Street Project, 1275 Minnesota St., September 9 – 30.
BLUEorange is proud to present the epic telling of Motion Pictures, a “so low” show featuring the new drawings and paintings of Matthew Kelly Debbaudt (MFA 2015).
“rumor has it, that sometime in the year twenty fifteen, matthew kelly debbaudt’s imaginary penis was brutally severed at fingerprint by some kind of dark menacing demon. supposedly, the massive loss of blood catapulted him into a very deep coma. trapped in his own head, for some reason, he transformed into “KNOWBODY” — his no longer dormant superego imp.
CROSSING THE DATELINE
Group exhibition guest curated by Pitiwat Somthai
with work by Nelleke Beltjens, Hedwig Brouckaert, Carol Hepper, Suparirk
Kanitwaranan, Pasutt Kanrattanasutra, Komson Knookiew, Bussayamas Nandawan, Panu Suaysuwan, Pitiwat Somthai and Vanida Pornsombatpaiboon
March 16 – June 4, 2017
Opening March 23 at 6:30pm
Multimedia artist Paul Taylor, who received his MFA from UC Davis, is among the featured artists represented in “Turbulence” at the Chandra Cerrito Contemporary in Oakland. The group exhibition runs Dec. 2 through Jan. 26.
Taylor is also featured in an invitational show at the Axis Gallery in Sacramento. The show runs Dec. 2 through 18.
Hedwig Brouckaert (MFA 2005) will participate in a 2-person exhibition, Collect Light, with Vanessa Albury at the Clara M. Eagle Gallery at Murray State University. The exhibiton will run from November 18, 2016 to February 7, 2017.
Clara M. Eagle Gallery
Murray State University
20 Grand Avenue, Space 509
Brooklyn, NY 11205
The Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art will open to the public on Sunday, Nov. 13 featuring a special exhibition of the work of first-generation faculty, but also feature exhibitions of contemporary artists who exemplify the interactive and art-making UC Davis tradition.
The Living Earth Show presents: Luciano Chessa’s “Squeeze! Squeeze! Squeeze!” If Michael Gordon’s Timber, one of Luigi Russolo’s futurist noise intoners, and Captain Ahab had a ménage à trois in a dentist’s office, the resultant surreal, minimalist, psychosexual, microtonal tour-de-force of a music-baby would be Luciano Chessa’s Squeeze! Squeeze! Squeeze!: A Meditation Over Chapter 94 of Herman Melvilles Moby Dick, commissioned for and performed by Bay Area extreme chamber music iconoclasts The Living Earth Show.
Hedwig Brouckaert (MFA 2005) will participate in a 2-person exhibition with Vanessa Albury at the Clara M. Eagle Gallery at Murray State University. The exhibiton will run from November 18, 2016 to February 2, 2017.
Hedwig Brouckaert (MFA 2005) has curated “Liminal Lyrics” at Kunstraum in Brooklyn. The exhibition runs from October 16 to November 20, 2016. Artists showing in “Liminal Lyrics” include Hedwig, Lucy Puls, Nelleke Beltjens (MFA 2001), Carol Hepper, Taney Roniger, Sofie Muller, Alexander Gorlizki, Stephanie Leblon, Max Razdow and Bart Stille.
20 Grand Avenue, Space 509
Brooklyn, NY 11205
“Paper Pushers,” an exhibition curated by Mel Prest and Rob de Oude, will be on display at Trestle Gallery in Brooklyn from September 23 to November 4, 2016.
In addition to Hedwig (MFA 2005), Sarah Bednarek, Joan Grubin, Nils Karsten, Paul Loughney, Francesca Pastine, Zachary Royer Scholz, Viviane Rombaldi Seppey, Oriane Stender and Lawrence Swan are participating.
Two UC Davis master of fine arts graduates, Lisa Rybovich Crallé (2012) and Richard Haley (2007), have exhibitions at the Verge Center for the Arts in Sacramento.
“Bangles” by Crallé fills the vertical space of the gallery with an immersive installation comprised of large, suspended sculptures made of pleather, cloth and artificial hair. Crallé’s sculptures reduce the human figure to its most basic linear form, adorning the gallery like architectural jewelry. She lives in the San Francisco Bay area.
Lisa Rybovich Crallé (MFA 2011) and collaborator, Sophia Wang, bring back “Heavy Breathing!” The series Sophia Wang and Lisa launched last summer, returns this year in partnership with the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA). They will be organizing six monthly events from June through November, featuring artists: Stephanie Syjuco, Jacqueline Kiyomi Gordon, Olive McKeon, Sofía Córdova, Cassie Thornton, and Chris Sollars.