Posts Tagged ‘Kelly Ording’

"Azulejo" by Jet Martinez

"Azulejo" by Jet Martinez

Triple Base Gallery, SFAC, and the Mayor’s Office of Economic and Workforce Development have teamed up on a project that will place art installations by local San Francisco artists in the storefront windows of vacant establishments. There was a recent call for artists to submit proposals for this project and the selection results are in. Congrats to two of my favorite artists, Kelly Ording and Jet Martinez whose proposal was chosen for one of the 24th Street Corridor installations. Here’s how they envision transforming their storefront: (more…)

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New World Order: Humanity

Ian MacLean, Kelly Ording, Flo Oy Wong, Robert Welsh
June 4 – July 10, 2009
SFMOMA Artist’s Gallery, Building A, Fort Mason, Loft gallery

Opening reception:
Thursday, June 4, 2009
5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m

New World Order is a series of five exhibitions held in the Loft Gallery. In each presentation, the artists explore the rapidly changing world through artworks with social, political, and ecological contexts.

For this segment, Humanity, we feature four artists who deal with the common human experience. Some of the artworks address this theme in a personal context, such as Flo Oy Wong’s depictions of family relationships, whereas others address it in more social framework, such as Robert Welsh’s pieces, which capture evidence of human habitation in an urban landscape.

Find out more here.

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I had the pleasure of working with Kelly Ording on the “First Things First” show I co-curated at 111 Minna Gallery in January of 2009. She’s been steadily working on some amazing new pieces and I’m happy to give you all a glimpse of these delicate beauties. (more…)

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