INSTALLATION PHOTOGRAPHS

're:home' Exhibition Installation Photo by Kija Lucas

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're:home' Exhibition Installation Photo by Kija Lucas

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EXHIBITION ARTWORK

TRAVIS SOMERVILLE
TRAVIS SOMERVILLE

'Nautical Miles,' 2017 Oil and collage on unstretched canvas 80 x 98 in. % For Coalition on Homelessness

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SHADI YOUSEFIAN
SHADI YOUSEFIAN

'Memories 2,' 2017 C-print photographs, translucent paper, fabric packets, nails, wood 48 x 48 in. % For Coalition on Homelessness

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SUMMER LEE + LAURA BOLES FAW
SUMMER LEE + LAURA BOLES FAW

'An Atlas of the Invisible,' 2018 Mirrors, plexiglass, wood, 26 letters in invisible ink from each artist, 52 light bulb fixtures, arduino and relays, and projection Dimensions variable: 96 x 72 x 36 in. % For Asian Women’s Shelter

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JULIO CÉSAR MORALES
JULIO CÉSAR MORALES

'Boy in Suitcase,' 2013 HD animation video with sound 3:33 minutes Edition of 3 + 2AP Courtesy of the artist and Gallery Wendi Norris, San Francisco

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JOEL DANIEL PHILLIPS
JOEL DANIEL PHILLIPS

‘Billy #5’ & ‘Billy's Orchid,' 2016 Charcoal and graphite on paper (diptych) 84 x 37 in. each. From the Collection of Pamela and David Hornik Courtesy of the Artist, Pamela and David Hornik, and Hashimoto Contemporary

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RODNEY EWING
RODNEY EWING

'Untethered, Stories of the Fillmore,' 2016-2018 Silkscreen on glass windows Shadows: 30 x 30 in. Stand!: 24 x 27 in. Watching and Waiting: 24 x 26.5 in. % For Kids in Need of Defense (KIND)

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RODNEY EWING
RODNEY EWING

'Citizens,' 2016 Silkscreen and dry pigment on paper 33 x 45 in. % For Kids in Need of Defense (KIND)

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SOUND MADE PUBLIC
SOUND MADE PUBLIC

'CAN YOU HEAR ME?,' 2017 Two listening booths, timber, cardboard, audio speakers, Individual booth: 36 x 28 x 28 in. Overall Size: 74 x 60 x 28 in. Courtesy of the artists and Lava Mae Commissioned by Lava Mae

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MARINA ABRAMOVIĆ
MARINA ABRAMOVIĆ

'We Are All in the Same Boat,' 2018 Archival inkjet print on paper 26 3/4 x 18 3/4 in. % For Immigration Center for Women and Children (ICWC)

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SHADI YOUSEFIAN
SHADI YOUSEFIAN

'Diaries 2,' 2017 Original diaries, mirror film, sleeves, nails, wood 36 x 34 in. % For Coalition on Homelessness

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POP-UP SHOP

HUNG LIU
HUNG LIU

'Migratory Seeds,' 2018 Zine 8.5 x 11 in. Ed. of 500 Published by Paulson Fontaine Press Printed by Tiny Splendor % For Hamilton Families

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PATTI BARTELSTEIN
PATTI BARTELSTEIN

'All are Welcome Here,' 2018 Photo and mixed media 30 x 20 in. Special edition % For International Rescue Committee (IRC)

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JOEL DANIEL PHILLIPS
JOEL DANIEL PHILLIPS

'No Regrets in Life,' 2018 Limited edition coffee table book Hardcover saddle-bound book of artwork images detailing 82 portraits selected from 2011-2017. Includes artist biography and essay by Robert Flynn Johnson, Curator Emeritus of the Achenbach Foundation at the Legion of Honor 232 pages Courtesy of the artist and Hashimoto Contemporary % For Coalition on Homelessness

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MAHSA SHOGHI
MAHSA SHOGHI

'My dear homelands,' 2018 Mixed media collage 8.5 x 8.5 in. Ed. of 3 % For Berkeley Free Clinic

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ERICKA MCCONNELL + RACHEL NEUMANN
ERICKA MCCONNELL + RACHEL NEUMANN

'I AM HOME: Portraits of Immigrant Teenagers,' 2018 Foreword by Thi Bui Paperback, 120 pages 7.125 x 10.25 in. % For Oakland International High School

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OLIVER ELSER + PETER CACHOLA SCHMAL + ANNA SCHEUERMANN + DOUG SAUNDERS 'Making Heimat, Germany: Germany, Arrival Country (Mostra Internazionale Di Architecttura),' 2016 Exhibition catalogue 288 pages % For Immigration Center for Women and Children (ICWC)

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WESTON TERUYA
WESTON TERUYA

'Source of the brook, root of the tree,' 2018 Archival inkjet print 23 x 16 in. Limited edition of 15 Commissioned by San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC) for the Art on Market Street Kiosk Poster series % For Chinese Progressive Association

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WESTON TERUYA
WESTON TERUYA

'You don’t need to wait any longer to get out,' 2018 Archival inkjet print 23 x 16 in. Limited edition of 15 Commissioned by San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC) for the Art on Market Street Kiosk Poster series % For Densho

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WESTON TERUYA
WESTON TERUYA

'Remember that this chapter once existed,' 2018 Archival inkjet print 23 x 16 in. Limited edition of 15 Commissioned by San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC) for the Art on Market Street Kiosk Poster series % For Chinese Affirmative Action

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WESTON TERUYA
WESTON TERUYA

'Finding belonging in the nation beneath the nation,' 2018 Archival inkjet print 23 x 16 in. Limited edition of 15 Commissioned by San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC) for the Art on Market Street Kiosk Poster series % For Bay Area Solidarity Summer

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WESTON TERUYA
WESTON TERUYA

'From across the fenceline, stabbed into this land,' 2018 Archival inkjet print 23 x 16 in. Limited edition of 15 Commissioned by San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC) for the Art on Market Street Kiosk Poster series % For Shuumi Land Tax

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WESTON TERUYA
WESTON TERUYA

'There is power in being able to provide,' 2018 Archival inkjet print 23 x 16 in. Limited edition of 15 Commissioned by San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC) for the Art on Market Street Kiosk Poster series % For Shuumi Land Tax

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MIGUEL ARZABE
MIGUEL ARZABE

'Big Mountain Autism' from the series 'Entretejido (Interwoven)', 2018 Archival inkjet print on paper of poster featuring paper weaving of La Raza Screenprint Center 1970s poster and Mission Gráfica 1980s poster 11 x 17 in. Limited edition of 15 Commissioned by San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC) for the Art on Market Street Kiosk Poster series % For Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts

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MIGUEL ARZABE
MIGUEL ARZABE

'Spear of the Huelga' from the series 'Entretejido (Interwoven)', 2018 Archival inkjet print on paper of poster featuring paper weaving of La Raza Screenprint Center 1970s poster and Mission Gráfica 1980s poster 11 x 17 in. Limited edition of 15 Commissioned by San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC) for the Art on Market Street Kiosk Poster series % For Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts

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MIGUEL ARZABE
MIGUEL ARZABE

'Guatemala Folsom,' from the series 'Entretejido (Interwoven)', 2018 Archival inkjet print on paper of poster featuring paper weaving of La Raza Screenprint Center 1970s poster and Mission Gráfica 1980s poster 11 x 17 in. Limited edition of 15 Commissioned by San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC) for the Art on Market Street Kiosk Poster series % For Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts

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MIGUEL ARZABE
MIGUEL ARZABE

'La Raza Baby' from the series 'Entretejido (Interwoven)', 2018 Archival inkjet print on paper of poster featuring paper weaving of La Raza Screenprint Center 1970s poster and Mission Gráfica 1980s poster 11 x 17 in. Limited edition of 15 Commissioned by San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC) for the Art on Market Street Kiosk Poster series % For Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts

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MIGUEL ARZABE
MIGUEL ARZABE

'Native Health Women’s Week' from the series 'Entretejido (Interwoven)', 2018 Archival inkjet print on paper of poster featuring paper weaving of La Raza Screenprint Center 1970s poster and Mission Gráfica 1980s poster 11 x 17 in. Limited edition of 15 Commissioned by San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC) for the Art on Market Street Kiosk Poster series % For Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts

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SOFIA CÓRDOVA
SOFIA CÓRDOVA

'Untitled,' from the series 'A Body Reorganized,' 2018 Archival inkjet print 22 x 15.5 in. Limited edition of 15 Commissioned by San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC) for the Art on Market Street Kiosk Poster series % For St. James Infirmary

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RODNEY EWING
RODNEY EWING

'A Gracious Man,' from the series 'Human Beings: Sanctuary City,' 2018 Archival inkjet print 23 x 16 in. Limited edition of 10 Commissioned by San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC) for the Art on Market Street Kiosk Poster series % For Kids in Need of Defense (KIND)

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RODNEY EWING
RODNEY EWING

'The Outsider,' from the series 'Human Beings: Sanctuary City,' 2018 Archival inkjet print 23 x 16 in. Limited edition of 10 Commissioned by San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC) for the Art on Market Street Kiosk Poster series % For Kids in Need of Defense (KIND)

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RODNEY EWING
RODNEY EWING

'½ Immigrant,' from the series 'Human Beings: Sanctuary City,' 2018 Archival inkjet print 23 x 16 in. Limited edition of 10 Commissioned by San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC) for the Art on Market Street Kiosk Poster series % For Kids in Need of Defense (KIND)

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RODNEY EWING
RODNEY EWING

'Indentured,' from the series 'Human Beings: Sanctuary City,' 2018 Archival inkjet print 23 x 16 in. Limited edition of 10 Commissioned by San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC) for the Art on Market Street Kiosk Poster series % For Kids in Need of Defense (KIND)

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RODNEY EWING
RODNEY EWING

'Sombra,' from the series 'Human Beings: Sanctuary City,' 2018 Archival inkjet print 23 x 16 in. Limited edition of 10 Commissioned by San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC) for the Art on Market Street Kiosk Poster series % For Kids in Need of Defense (KIND)

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RODNEY EWING
RODNEY EWING

'Home of the Brave,' from the series 'Human Beings: Sanctuary City,' 2018 Archival inkjet print 23 x 16 in. Limited edition of 10 Commissioned by San Francisco Arts Commission (SFAC) for the Art on Market Street Kiosk Poster series % For Kids in Need of Defense (KIND)

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SHAMSY BEHBAHANI
SHAMSY BEHBAHANI

'Host Plants' from the 'Immigrant Flora' series, 2018 Sterling silver and fabric wearable sculpture % For ARTogether

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SHAMSY BEHBAHANI
SHAMSY BEHBAHANI

'Evergreen' from the 'Immigrant Flora' series, 2018 Sterling silver and fabric wearable sculpture % For ARTogether

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LEYLA MOSHABECK
LEYLA MOSHABECK

'The Immigrant Cookbook: Recipes that Make America Great,' 2018 7.5" x 9.75 in. Hardback with full-color photos 224 pages Courtesy of Komaaj Food Group % For ARTogether

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a For Freedoms exhibition exploring the plight of political and economic refugees in the San Francisco Bay Area—examining sanctuary city, homelessness, and the flight of the creative class

 

 

Featured artists include Marina Abramović​, Mark Baugh-Sasaki, Randy Colosky + Alison OK Frost, Rodney Ewing, Summer Mei Ling Lee + Laura Boles Faw, Julio César Morales, Joel Daniel Phillips, Travis Somerville, SOUND MADE PUBLIC, and Shadi Yousefian, with additional works, performances, interventions, and community activations by Somaieh Amini, Anti-Eviction Mapping Project, Miguel Arzabe, Patti Bartelstein, Bahar + Shamsy Behbahani, Sofía Córdova, John Craig Freeman, Eliza Gregory, Michelle Hartney, Anna Hentschel + Invisible Playground, Astrid Kaemmerling + The Walk Discourse, ShireenLiane, Hung Liu, Ericka McConnell, Lisette Morales, Rasta Dave, Sanctuary City Project, Mahsa Shoghi, Brian Singer / someguy, Weston Teruya, and Azar Zohrabi, among others

 

 

Curated by

Amy Kisch + Candace Huey + Suzanne Zuber

 

Minnesota Street Project

Saturday, December 1 – Saturday, December 29, 2018

 

 

Opening Reception: Saturday, Dec. 1, 5-8pm

    + RSVP to the Opening Reception: Dec. 1, 5-8pm HERE

    + Share the Opening Reception Facebook Event HERE

    + View Photos from the Opening Reception HERE

Family + Community Day: Saturday, Dec. 8, 11am-2pm

    + Share the Family + Community Day Facebook Event HERE

    + Reserve your spot in Astrid Kaemmerling's The    
       Community Walking Laboratory HERE

    + View Photos from Family + Community Day HERE

Walkshop: Displaced Wellbeing: Saturday, Dec. 15, 2-4pm 

    + Register for the Walkshop HERE

For Freedoms Town Hall: Saturday, Dec. 15, 6-8pm

    + RSVP to the For Freedoms Town Hall: Dec. 15, 6-8pm HERE

    + Share the For Freedoms Facebook Event HERE

    + Watch the Recording of the For Freedoms Town Hall Event
 

+ View the re:home Catalogue

+ Read the re:home Press Release

+ View the Complete Lineup of re:home Programming

+ Download the re:home For Freedoms Reading Library    
   Suggested Book Titles for Children, Teens, and Adults

+ re:home SPONSORSHIP

 

 

Developed in cooperation with the Goethe-Institut San Francisco, re:home is a For Freedoms exhibition and community action, that examines how the broad societal crises of sanctuary city, homelessness, and the flight of the creative class intersect in the San Francisco Bay Area. On view at Minnesota Street Project from December 1 - 29, 2018, an opening reception will be held Saturday, December 1 from 5-8pm. A related For Freedoms Town Hall event will take place on Saturday, December 15 from 6-8pm.

 

The exhibition is accompanied by a Community Action Center, for attendees to connect with organizations—such as Kids In Need of Defense (KIND), Oakland International High School, Lava Mae, Homeless Prenatal Program, Creative Capital, and Headlands Center for the Arts, among many others—working on the forefront of the issues reflected in the show. To further democratize access to the artwork and concepts within re:home, a Pop-Up shop of prints, artist editions, and books will be presented in conjunction with the exhibition, as well as a For Freedoms lending library of books focused on the relevant topics. Through the Collect For Change™ platform, portions of proceeds from select works offered in the re:home exhibition and Pop-Up Shop will go to relevant organizations selected by each of the participating artists.

 

re:home pushes forward the conversation sparked by Making Heimat. Germany, Arrival Country, which was developed by Deutsches Architekturmuseum (DAM) and first presented in the German Pavilion at the 2016 Venice Architecture Biennale. re:home examines how the concepts of “Heimat” (Homeland) and “Arrival City” invoke contemporary regional struggles, exploring what it means to be a political refugee, and the modes of displacement endured by economic refugees. The exhibition reflects upon and critiques the lights and shadows of San Francisco as an “Arrival City,” and more importantly, presents and models the ways in which it can become a more effective one.  

 

Throughout the exhibition, programming, performances, and special events will be held in collaboration with various organizations, institutions, galleries, collectives, corporate entities, individuals, and foundations. On Saturday December 8, from 11am-2pm a re:home Family + Community Day will feature free art-making workshops and interventions by Sanctuary City Project (supported by Facebook Art Department), and Ramekon O'Arwisters' Crochet Jam (with the generous support of Pamela + David Hornik).

 

A For Freedoms Town Hall event will take place in Minnesota Street Project’s Atrium on Saturday, December 15 moderated by Marc Bamuthi Joseph, current Chief of Program and Pedagogy at YBCA—and newly-appointed Vice President and Artistic Director of Social Impact at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C.. The Town Hall will begin with a reading by students from Oakland International High School (OIHS) featured in the book I AM HOME: Portraits of Immigrant Teenagers (edited by Rachel Neumann, foreword by author + artist Thi Bui, photography by Ericka McConnell, published by Parallax Press). Joseph will then perform a poetic response to Douglas Saunders’ ‘eight theses’ on what constitutes an ‘arrival city,’ posed in his book Arrival City: How the Largest Migration in History Is Reshaping Our World, which became the basis for the original Making Heimat exhibition. Other key participants include Kids in Need of Defense (KIND)'s Katie Annand; Founder and CEO of Lava Mae Doniece Sandoval; Taylor D. Duckett, author, songwriter, educator, spoken word artist, and Founder and Creative Director of Conviction 2 Change publishing company; Founder of Love Beyond Walls + The Dignity Museum Terence Lester; artists and activists Rodney Ewing, Ana Teresa Fernandez, Alison O. K. Frost, Thi Bui, and Jasko Begović; Co-Founder of Minnesota Street Project, Deborah Rappaport; Executive Director of Headlands Center for the Arts, Sharon Maidenberg; and Owen Levin from Community Arts Stabilization Trust (CAST).

 

Celebrating the universal truth that food is a bridge, and with the goal of nourishing a deeper sense of community and authentic dialogue surrounding re:home, various food interventions will take place in conjunction with the exhibition, including a food drive benefiting San Francisco-Marin Food Bank. Drives also will be held to support Homeless Prenatal Program and California Community Foundation's Wildfire Relief Fund—to respond to ongoing and real-time displacement crises.

 

 

Read more about supporting as a Sponsor or Collaborator, or please contact info@collectforchange.org.


Join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram using hashtags #rehomeSF #WeAreAllImmigrants #SanFrancisco #CollectForChange #ForFreedoms #SFGoethe #ForChange #ArtAsActivism #MakingHeimat #ArrivalCity #SanctuaryCity #Refugees #Immigration #Homelessness #Displacement

 

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Location

Minnesota Street Project

Gallery 200

1275 Minnesota Street

San Francisco, CA  94107

415.243.0825

 

Hours

Tuesday - Saturday, 11am-6pm

or viewing by appointment: info [at] AKArt.com

 

 

Media Contacts

Danielle Smith

[FRAMEWORK]

danielle [at] frameworksf.com

 

Amy Kisch

[AKArt + Collect For Change]

amy [at] CollectForChange.org

 

Candace Huey

[re.riddle]

chuey [at] reriddle.com


 

re:home has been developed in cooperation with the Goethe-Institut San Francisco with the support of Minnesota Street Project, Facebook Art Department, and Pamela + David Hornik, as well as a powerful creative community dedicated to meaning and action, including:

 

ADVOCARTSY

ArtTable

Artadia

ARTogether

Asian Art Museum

Madeline Crawley Beck

Graham Bond Media

Rimma Boshernitsan

Rena Bransten Gallery

BREAKBEATBILLY | Willy Johnson Photography

CatchLight

Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco

Community Arts Stabilization Trust (CAST)

Creative Capital

CULT Aimee Friberg Exhibitions

Deutsches Architekturmuseum (DAM)

Annie Donovan

Erin Dunigan

Elizabeth Etienne Creative Project Management

Facebook Analog Research Lab

Facebook Artist in Residence Program

Facebook Creative Education

Jade Fogle

Tiffany Foster

FRAMEWORK PR & Communications

Gaumenkitzel Restaurant, Bier & Wein Bar 

German Federal Ministry of the Interior, Building and Community

Golden Gate Computing

Barbara Goldstein & Associates

Golestan Education

Todd Hancock

Headlands Center for the Arts

Homeless Prenatal Program

Astrid Kaemmerling

Kids In Need of Defense (KIND)

Suzy Kisch

Komaaj Food Group

The Lab

Lava Mae

Anne-Christine Layani

Dana Lynn Martin

Brittney Matirne

Ericka McConnell

Matt McKinley

Maria Medua

Mr. Mopps' Children's Books and Toys

Rachel Neumann

Gallery Wendi Norris

Oakland International High School

Pacific Felt Factory

Panoramic Interests

Parallax Press

Patti Bartelstein + THE PROJECT ROOM

Paulson Fontaine Press

Jen Pearson

Adam Pomata

Preston | Kalogiros 

San Francisco-Marin Food Bank

San Francisco Office of Civic Engagement & Immigrant Affairs

Sigrid Savelsburg

Robert Saywitz Graphic Design

Simone Segal

Kim Selvaggi

SF Homeless Project

SFAC

SFArtsED

SFMOMA/SECA

Jessica Shaefer

Small Potatoes Catering & Events

Danielle Smith

SPUR (San Francisco Bay Area Planning and Urban Research Association)

Sushmita Subramanian

Three Point Nine Art Collective

True Story Branding

YBCA

Yield Wine Bar

Wei Ying Yu

Jale Yoldas

ZERO1

47 Hills Brewing Company

 

 

re:home Satellite Exhibition

In partnership with re:home, CULT Aimee Friberg Exhibitions is pleased to introduce a public-facing residency and exhibition by Bosnian born, San Francisco-based artist Jasko Begović (Sko Habibi). Begović’s residency/exhibition HUMAN_E.T. will feature immersive installation, tapestry collages, and custom one-of-a-kind wearable sculpture, exploring themes of immigration, home, and identity. From November 30 - December 14, Begović will activate CULT with workshops, performances, and interactive art-making sessions incorporating his community of makers. HUMAN_E.T. aims to make empathic connections aiding in localized creative micro-solutions for current societal issues at large. CULT is located at 1217 B Fell Street in San Francisco’s NOPA neighborhood. Read more about the HUMAN_E.T. exhibition HERE.