In “A Willing Transfer of Belief” at Johansson Projects, Michelle Blade and Hillary Wiedemann present works that investigate the intangibility of being and light.
Genevieve Quick reviews the complex yet didactic exhibition, "Without Reality There is No Utopia" at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.
Located in industrial West Oakland, S.H.E.D. Projects provides exhibition and temporary workspace for emerging artists. S.H.E.D. Projects is currently accepting event / exhibition proposals for April through November 2013. Submissions are due by February 15th, 2013.
In "Baby and the Nacirema" at The Luggage Store, Michael Arcega ambitiously examines cross-cultural exchange through American icons, anthropology, and Manifest Destiny.
Royal NoneSuch Gallery is an artist-run alternative art and event space located in the Temescal district of Oakland, California dedicated to creating community around art-based experiences that are thought provoking and conceptually rigorous, while also being accessible and fun.
Over the course of our week long mini-feature on the San Francisco Bay Area (July 22-28, 2012) Curiously Direct (aka Aaron Harbour) posted exhibition reviews directly to Temporary Art Review's Facebook page.
Southern Exposure (SoEx) is an artist-centered non-profit organization that is committed to supporting visual artists. An active presence in the Bay Area for 38 years, SoEx is continually evolving in response to the needs of artists and the community while engaging the public in artists' work.
Located in a 4000sf former print shop in Oakland’s Chinatown, Real Time and Space (RTS) is comprised of 15 work-only artist studios, one of which is dedicated to the RTS Residency, accompanied by communal wood shop and printmaking facilities.