October is a celebratory month for us—a newly curated exhibition by Nanette at WORKS/San José, a new Entanglements anthology, a showing of Encyclopedic at Palo Alto’s Rinconada Library, and the deYoung Open 2023.
Curatorial Projects Biophilia and Entanglements will launch together in October
Exhibition curated by Nanette Wylde
Artists: Shari Bryant, Binh Dahn, Elizabeth Gómez, Annette Goodfriend, Emily Gui, LeMonie Lightning Hutt, Yunan Ma, Kent Manske, Hector Dionicio Mendoza, and Minoosh Zomorodinia
Reception for the Artists & Entanglements Book Launch/Celebration:
Saturday, October 14, 2–4pm
Gallery Hours: Fridays 12–6pm, Saturdays and Sundays 12–4pm
WORKS/San José is a participant of SoFF: South First Fridays Art Walk
Note there is 90 minute free parking in the underground garage. Enter on South Third Street just before Santa Clara Street. Stairs up to Second Street and WORKS. There is an option for this free parking at the parking ticket machine.
This 2023 anthology curated by Nanette Wylde has a theme of biophilia and features artwork and projects by Arturo Araujo, Willa Briggs, Shari Bryant, Israel Campos, Binh Danh, Annette Goodfriend, Emily Gui, Yunan Ma, Kent Manske, Hector Dionicio Mendoza, Jiamao Yuan, J. Adán Ruiz and The Biological Reserve Cerro Hermoso
Poems by James Cagney, Aileen Cassinetto, Chloe Chou, Veronica Kornberg, Eileen R. Tabios
Interviews with Sharmon Hilfinger (by Katherine Bazak), Judith Selby Lang (by Nanette Wylde), Zach Pine (by Richard Whittaker)
Available from Hunger Button Books
Encyclopedic: Weathered Volumes
We are exhibiting from a series of conceptual altered books/photographs at Palo Alto’s Rinconada Library through the month of October.
The de Young Open 2023
We are pleased to share that one from Nanette’s monoprint series Milagros for Times Like These is included in the triennial regional exhibition, The de Young Open 2023. This exhibition runs through January 7, 2024. The museum is free on Saturdays. Additional work in this series may be seen at The Main Gallery in Menlo Park.
This is a fun and engaging exhibition featuring many of our favorite Bay Area artists.