Oakland Campus, Ralls 202
More info: Nick Janikian, email@example.com
Brandon will discuss her photographic work, rendered through varied processes – traditional, experimental, digital, moving, still. She magnifies and highlights the transformative properties of humble things in flux: foams, safety glass, Cinefoil, reclaimed silver, aluminum paint, silver leaf. Designed to visually disappear, to conserve, conceal or fix, these materials play in front of her camera and perform in the darkroom. The resulting imagery traverses the abstract and the representational, the sculptural and the painterly, to evoke mysterious, electric worlds or shifting landscapes of movement.
MAR 09–MAR 18, 2018
Opening Reception March 9 from 6 to 9 pm
Storefront Installation @ 1320 Park Street in Alameda CA
As creative people of all kinds grapple with what it means to respond to the moment we are living in, we invited artists to remind people about beauty in the world — in all the forms that might take. Artists hone in on all kinds of subjects that they find beautiful and that they believe merit close attention. This project stems from the premise that searching for beauty is, in itself, a radical act.
“Photographs, Photograms and Photocopies: Jennifer Brandon and Jay Defeo's Radical Experiments With a Changing Medium” Humble Arts Foundation, By Roula Seikaly
An exhibition at Mills College Art Museum celebrates the work of two women working with photo-manipulation.
JAN 17–MAR 11, 2018
Opening Reception Jan 17 from 6 to 8 pm
This exhibition presents new work by Bay Area photographer Jennifer Brandon, shown in conjunction with rarely seen photocopies and photographs by the ground-breaking visual artist Jay DeFeo.
January through June 2017.
RayKo's residency program is designed to support artists in the development of their photographic projects and ideas.
The thousands of artworks at SFMOMA offer countless opportunities to look closely and think deeply about some of the most amazing artists of our time. To celebrate both the artists on view in the newly expanded museum and the creative communities of the Bay Area, join us for 50 Artists, an exciting new program taking place every Friday at noon for fifty weeks. Each week, a local artist, designer, maker, thinker, performer, or writer shares how an icon of modern and contemporary art matters to them.