Reconsidering the Horizon

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Curated by Renny Pritikin

Exhibiting artists:
Jack Androvich
Adrienne Defendi
Anthony Delgado
Steve Epstein
Steve Goldband & Ellen Konar
Irene Imfeld
Thomas Lavin
Erin Malone
Heather Polley
Ari Salomon
Gary Weiner

Artist’s Reception
Saturday July 20, 2013
2pm to 5pm

Curator’s Talk
Saturday July 20, 2013
3pm

A BAPC group exhibition at PHOTO, 473 25th Street, Oakland, CA 94612

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Pop: Exhibition and Holiday Sale

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Red Poppy Art House
Curated by Marisa Aragona, Red Poppy Director of Exhibitions

Bold and dynamic works from BAPC members who employ diverse photographic methods to express both exuberance and the uncanny.

Participating Artists:
Jack Androvich, Henry Bowles, Rebecca Chang, Malcolm Easton, Barbara Kyne, Thomas Lavin, Charlotte Niel, Ari Salomon, Gary Weiner

http://redpoppyarthouse.org/
2698 Folsom Street
San Francisco, CA 94110

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Holiday Print sale

BAPC members will have selected prints available for sale at Collaborate Studio & Art Gallery.

Hours: Tuesday – Friday 11:00 AM to 5:30 PM

Collaborate Studio & Art Gallery
431 13th Street
Oakland, CA 94612
Located in City Center Oakland, at 13th and Broadway, steps from the 12th Street BART Station.

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A photography exhibit featuring work by members of the Bay Area Photographers Collective at Collaborate Studio & Art Gallery in Oakland.

Participating artists are:
Adrienne Defendi
Linda Fitch
Barbara Kyne
Eric Larson
Erin Malone
John Martin
Charlotte Niel

The show will run from December 2, 2011 – January 25, 2012.
Curated by Susan Rippberger and Nicole Hills, both of Collaborate.

Artists Reception December 2nd, 6-9pm

Hours: Tuesday – Friday 11:00 AM to 5:30 PM

Collaborate Studio & Art Gallery
431 13th Street
Oakland, CA 94612
Located in City Center Oakland, at 13th and Broadway, steps from the 12th Street BART Station.

BAPC Members Open Their Studios for SF Open Studios

San Francisco Open Studios, an event coordinated by ArtSpan, is a month-long art event in October that showcases over 900 emerging and established San Francisco artists in their studios. Several BAPC members are participating by opening their studios or collaborating with groups of other artists in concentrated spaces like Fort Mason. Check out the schedule and some great photography.

Weekend 1 – October 1st / 2nd
Mission
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Ari Salomon
16 Abbey Street
SF, CA 94114

Bernal Heights
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Erin Malone
220 Bonview Street
SF, CA 94110

Weekend 3 – October 15th / 16th
SOMA
Eric Larson
Arc Studios & Gallery
1246 Folsom Street
Studio Number: G/H
San Francisco, CA

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Heather Polley
Arc Studios & Gallery
1246 Folsom Street
Studio Number: Kearny Street Workshop Office
San Francisco, CA

Weekend 4 – October 22nd / 23rd
Fort Mason
Rebecca Chang
The Nocturnes
Fort Mason Bldg Number: D
Studio Number: Fleet Room, 100
San Francisco, CA 94123

Fort Mason
Linda Fitch
Fort Mason Bldg Number: D Ground Floor
San Francisco, CA 94123

BAPC: Bay Area Street Photography Now

Most artists are doing basically the same thing – staying off the streets.
— Edward Ruscha

This show, inspired in part by the book and online project Street Photography Now, is an exploration of this topic by six members of our collective. The photographers use a broad spectrum of photographic technology—from silver gelatin to digital cameraphones—to candidly portray life in public places. Their vision elevates the ordinary into realms of beauty and myth.

Artists’ Reception Friday, April 1 6 – 9pm
Exhibiting Artists: Anthony Delgado, Ralf Hillebrand, Thomas Lavin, Charlotte Niel, Kirk Thompson, Gary Weiner

PHOTO 473 25th Street Oakland, CA 94612
510.407.0449 www.photogalleryoakland.com
Hours: Thursday through Saturday, 12p.m. to 6 p.m.

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Robert Hartman Lecture :: Color Infrared Aerial Photographs

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Robert Hartman will give a lecture and show slides and prints of his photographic work with a question & answer session to follow.

Exotic colors, abstract art, and abstract geometry are some of the terms used to describe the unique aerial photographs captured with color infrared film by Robert Hartman.

April 16, 2011
FREE to the public
Harvey Milk Photo Center
50 Scott St., San Francisco, CA, 94117

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BAPC: Cultivating Photography

BAPC members will exhibit in the Skylight Gallery at Arc Studios and Gallery.

Opening Reception March 5th, 7-10PM
1246 Folsom Street, San Francisco, CA 94103

Exhibiting artists include:
Adrienne Defendi, Anthony Delgado, Charlotte Niel, Erin Malone, Gary Weiner, Heather Polley, Irene Imfeld, Kirk Thompson, Linda Fitch, Sophia Antipas, Thomas Lavin

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Holiday Salon: PHOTO

A number of BAPC members will be participating in the PHOTO Holiday Salon. PHOTO is a new gallery in Oakland at 473 25th Street, Oakland (map) between Broadway and Telegraph.
Soft Opening: Oakland Art Murmur December 3 (6-9pm). Hours: Thurs/Fri/Sat Noon to 6pm.
Artists Reception: Sunday, December 19, from 2:00 to 4:00

Guest speaker: Michael Jang

Michael Jang is an SF based photographer with work in the permanent SFMOMA collection, someone who has collaborated with Annie Liebowitz, and who has an impressive file of celebrity shots done for Rolling Stone and other publications.

Exhibition: Synthetic Environments

Dates of show: April 10 – 29
Date of Opening: April 10, 2010 / 6-8 pm
Preview the show online

Mina Dresden Gallery
312 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA 94103 (map)
(415) 863-8312
Gallery Hours: Wednesday to Saturday from 3-7 pm
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1 Shot x2 2009

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September 1 – September 30, 2009
Reception: Saturday, September 12, 2 to 4

SF Photo Center Gallery at the Harvey Milk Recreational Arts Center (map)
50 Scott St, San Francisco, CA‎, (415) 554-9522‎

Photographers often present their images in a body of work elaborating on a concept or documenting places or events. BAPC’s annual One Shot exhibit provides an opportunity for members to showcase an image that can stand apart from their series of work or is outside the typical subject matter or medium the artist uses. This year BAPC has expanded the concept. In One Shot x Two each member exhibits two images that are thematically related. Read more