The mission of Rhythmix Cultural Works is to bring people together through culture and the arts. Exhibitions in the K Gallery reflect the vitality of the Bay Area cultural community. The gallery is open Wednesdays from 6 pm to 9 pm, for events, and by appointment.
Featuring Works by Sydney Cohen, Sven Eilander, ghost ghost teeth,
Sandra Ono & Carlos Ramirez
Closing Reception: Saturday, February 13, 4 pm–7 pm
Exhibition runs: January 9–February 13
Where: K Gallery, Rhythmix Cultural Works, 2513 Blanding Ave, Alameda
The artists featured in Overloaded respond to the frenzied realities of the Information Age with translations of the everyday that mix synthetic materials, pop culture references, a desire for human connection, and the beauty of surfaces. From the expansive to the pared back, from the interactive to the layered, their works explore cultural histories, family narratives, intracellular processes, personal transformation, and field notes and color studies on friendship. Additional ephemera from each artist’s studio provides context and insight into their practices, as well as a reflection on how they filter the world through a distinctive artistic lens. Informed by a reading from New York Times Magazine critic-at-large Wesley Morris on “The Year We Obsessed Over Identity.”
Learn more about the artists:
Pictured: Sydney Cohen, afternoon is the loveliest word (Language of the Alchemy of Friendship), acrylic on panel, 4” x 4”, 2014, Courtesy the artist.
|Listen to artist Simon Tran, aka ghost ghost teeth, and curator Daniel Nevers discuss the exhibition Overloaded on KALX’s Art in Review.
Second Annual Alameda High School AP Studio Art Exhibition
Pictured: Claire Cook, watercolor on paper, 2015
Opening Reception: Friday, February 19, 6 pm–9 pm
Exhibition Dates: February 19–March 18
Where: K Gallery, Rhythmix Cultural Works, 2513 Blanding Ave., Alameda
Alameda High School’s AP Studio Art class presents Art from Outer Space, featuring works by Ms. Milgrim’s AP Studio Art class as well as select pieces by some of her other students. In addition, works from Ms. Milgrim’s own recent photographic series "Bethlehem" will also be on display. This year’s themes range from nature reclaiming obsolete technology to the omnipresent danger of cosmic-based warfare.
copic markers on paper
watercolor and copic markers on paper
Second Fridays 6-9pm
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