Exhibits

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Exhibits

 

If Elvis Presley was the King, who was James Brown? Antagonizing the Social through Humor and Irony

A image of the "Keys" exhibit.

Dates: Through Sept. 25, 2014

Location: The Art Gallery, Cesar Chavez Student Center

Hours: Monday - Friday 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Cost: Free

Contact: The Art Gallery

Phone: (415) 338-2850

E-mail: artgallery@asi.sfsu.edu

Website: http://asiartgallery.wordpress.com/

A Group Exhibition with Senalka Mcdonald, Alex Wang, Carolina Caycedo, John Leaños, Rafael Suarez, Martin Sammy Gardea, Mark Benson, Neil Rivas & Lana Dandan, Casie Thornton, and Colleo.

 

Allegorical Procedures: Bay Area Collage, 1950-Present

A photo of the "Allegorical Procedures: Bay Area Collage, 1950-Present" exhibit.

Dates: Sept. 20, 2014 – Oct. 16, 2014

Location: Fine Arts Gallery, Fine Arts building

Hours: Wednesday - Saturday 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Cost: Free

Reception: Sept. 20, 1 – 3 p.m.

Sponsor: College of Liberal and Creative Arts

Contact: Fine Arts Gallery

Phone: (415) 338-6535

E-mail: gallery@sfsu.edu

Website: https://lca.sfsu.edu/events/2014-09-20-000000-2014-10-16-000000/6351

This show surveys collage practices in the Bay Area, including related practices of decollage, assemblage, photomontage and detournement. Collage will be conceived broadly as an "allegorical" technique of signification that relies on methods of "confiscation, superimposition and fragmentation," as Benjamin Buchloh observed in his 1980 theorization of collage and montage. Curated by Gwen Allen.

 

Shenny Cruces: Keys

A photo of the "Keys" exhibit.

Dates: Through Jan. 5, 2015

Location: Alumni Hall Art Gallery, Administration Building

Hours: Monday - Friday 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Cost: Free

Reception: Sept. 19, 3 – 4:30 p.m.

Contact: Art Department

Phone: (415) 338-2176

E-mail: artdept@sfsu.edu

Website: http://art.sfsu.edu/events/628

Artist Shenny Cruces received her Master of Fine Arts from SF State in 2011. Since that time she has taught and exhibited widely. Cruces seeks out objects that were once valued but have since found their way to flea markets and other such places. She then casts each individual object in porcelain and uses these reproductions to create her installations.

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