Entries by Steve Goldband

Jason Andrescavage @ Gray Loft Gallery

Jason Andrescavage is exhibiting work at Gray Loft Gallery in Jingletown (Oakland) as part of the group show of analog photography : Kindred Spirits. The show runs from October 11 to November 9, with receptions on October 11 and 12. The gallery is located at 2889 Ford Street #32. Check their web site for opening […]

Ellen Konar & Steve Goldband @ Awagami International Mini Print Exhibition

Ellen Konar & Steve Goldband exhibit their inkjet print on handmade Kozo paper Arborescence in the Awagami International Mini Print Exhibition at Awagami’s ‘Hall of Awa Japanese Paper Museum’ in Tokushima, Japan. This work was a semi-finalist in the competition, which has predominantly been traditional woodblock, etching and lithograph until last year when digital processes […]

Gene Dominique @ PhotoCentral : Resonance – H.A.R.D. at 75

Gene Dominique exhibits nine images in a show curated by Geir Jordahl. Resonance: Eleven Artists Respond to H.A.R.D at Seventy-Five; includes diverse artists invited to make artwork in response to the Hayward Area Recreation and Park District’s legacy and influence in their lives and communities.  The exhibition will be on display in the gallery at […]

Mitch Nelles @ Coastal Arts League’s ‘California Views’

Mitch Nelles’ image, Chinatown #2, has been selected for the Coastal Arts League upcoming juried photo show, “California Views” which runs from September 12 – October 6. Gallery address is 300 Main Street, Half Moon Bay. The gallery is open Thursdays through Mondays, 12-5 PM. Opening reception for California Views is Saturday, September 14, from 2-5 […]

Philip Krayna showing Spray @Era Art Bar

Era Art Bar, Oakland, CaliforniaOpening Reception June 6, 2019, 7:30pmJune 6-31, 2019 As Oakland and the Bay Area gentrifies and artists and galleries are displaced, graffiti may be one of the most visible and accessible showcases for creativity. This collection of oversize, enlarged images show discarded spray paint cans—the tools of the graffiti artist—collected from abandoned […]