An iconoclastic artist, Nathalie Talec moves between live performance, installation, sculpture, and painting. The One Who Sees Blindly, her first solo exhibition in the United States, brings together many of her recurring themes.
The latest Room for Big Ideas installation, Reimagine: That Which We Know But Don’t Realize, explores the ways in which we simultaneously create and conceal meaning in landscapes, and how that process defines us in relation to our environment.
Connect is a public art project designed by David Szlasa to activate the exterior of Yerba Buena Center for the Arts as a new platform for creative expression. "Swim," a collection of fantasy movement gestures, is the first video to be presented on a new fifty-foot wide projection screen overlooking Howard Street.
The work of David Shrigley effortlessly infuses a comedic sensibility into a serious fine art practice. David Shrigley: Brain Activity showcases the diversity of the artist’s work — amateurish, crude drawings, hand-crafted sculptures made of unusual materials, and installations characterized by incongruities of scale — offering insightful and often surreal commentary on the absurdities of life, death and everything in between. Irreverent and mischievous, Shrigley’s art presents the kind of odd scenarios you never come across in real life, but wish you did.
SF Ethnic Dance Festival 2012 - Weekend Three
Jun 30, 2012 3:00pm Jun 30, 2012 8:00pm Jul 1, 2012 3:00pm
Lam Research Theater — Weekend Three
$58, $48, $38, $28, $18
The World United Through Dance
Festival Artistic Directors Carlos Carvajal and CK Ladzekpo curated a thrilling line-up for the 34th Annual San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival. Weekend three at the Novellus Theater features eight dance companies and includes innovative works by masterful dancers and numerous cross-cultural collaborations.