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Joey Wolf Drinking Games   Saturday Nov 3 - ...   Free

Joey Wolf Drinking Games

Los Angeles based painter Joey Wolf presents new work, including massive layered oil paintings on panel, charcoal drawings, and watercolors. Wolf explores the nuances of contemporary Americana—and more specifically California living—through the vernacular of drinking games and other Saturday activities. Joey Wolf (b. 1987, Newport Beach, CA) is an artist based in Los Angeles, CA. Wolf graduated from Otis College of Art and Design (BFA, Fine Art) in 2010. Recent exhibitions include the artist's first solo exhibition, Weekends, at Depart Foundation (Los Angeles, CA, 2018); Look at Us at GNYP Gallery (Berlin, 2017); and After Eden at MuzeuMM (Los Angeles, 2015). His work is included in the collection at International Creative Management as well as several private collections.

When: Saturday Nov 3 - Thursday Dec 20

Where: 1275 Minnesota Street, Suite 105 San Francisco CA

Admission: Free


Contact: Andrew McClintock,, 415-254-1573

Category: Art Exhibits 3 id: 14680

Imposter   Friday Nov 16 - ...   Free


Imposter An Installation of Discrimination and Oral History by Alicia McDaniel 16 November - 22 December 2018 The Brown Paper Bag test, established in the early 1900s, was used to segregate People of Color in the United States until the 1970s. If someone’s skin color was lighter than the paper bag, they were admitted into white spaces. When People of Color are born with lighter complexions, a frequent occurrence, they access certain privileges associated with “passing” as white. Artist Alicia McDaniel’s grandmother attempted to pass herself off as white by rejecting her Latino/Indigenous identity, customs, language, and bleaching her skin daily. “Imposter” references how McDaniel felt within her own communities as a white passing Person of Color and is a nod to the Imposter Syndrome where she has felt that her accomplishments were achieved because of her appearance/skin color. This emanative exhibition originates within McDaniel’s and her family's’ different experiences with racial profiling, skin privilege, and assimilation. She utilizes materials that reference systematic forms of oppression such as the Brown Paper Bag Test as a point of departure for contemporary instances of colorism and racism that still exist. Opening Reception 16 November 6-10pm First Friday Event 7 December 5-8pm Second Saturday Artists Talk 8 December 11 am Gallery Hours Fridays and Saturdays 1-5pm and by appointment Aggregate Space Gallery 801 West Grand Avenue Entrance on West Street Oakland, CA 94607 510-832-3807 #ASGOakland #installtheunimaginable Aggregate Space is a warehouse and has a similar temperature to the outside; please dress accordingly. Aggregate Space Gallery programs are generously supported by: Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Creative Work Fund (Walter & Elise Haas Fund and William and Flora Hewlett Foundation), Kenneth Rainin Foundation, Zellerbach Family Foundation, Clorox Foundation, Awesome Foundation, and ArtNow International. Image courtesy of Alicia McDaniel

When: Friday Nov 16 - Saturday Dec 22

Where: 801 West Grant Oakland CA

Admission: Free


Contact: Shaghayegh Cyrous,, 510-832-3807

Category: Art Exhibits 3 id: 14689