Magnetic Pull

Group Exhibition Curated by Daniel Nevers and Jennifer Brandon.
January 16 – February 20, 2021

BAPC’s exhibition Magnetic Pull opens at Arc Gallery & Studios in San Francisco on January 16. Our curators Daniel Nevers, Executive Director of the Berkeley Art Center, and Jennifer Brandon, artist and teacher, Mills College, will introduce the ideas behind their curation and we’ll take you on a walkthrough of the gallery. You may visit the gallery in person, and/or register for our online events.

Register for Artists in Conversation with Ann Jastrab: Sat. Jan. 16, 7-8 pm PT

 

IN-PERSON EXHIBITION:
January 16 – February 20, 2021
12-3PM on Saturdays
To schedule a time during the week,
email ArcStudiosSF@gmail.com

Arc Gallery & Studios
1246 Folsom Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
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Visit our Facebook Event Pages and invite your friends to register to our online events.

View the Magnetic Pull online catalog here and purchase it here.

ONLINE EVENTS VIA ZOOM:
You will need to REGISTER in order to attend.

Opening Reception
Saturday, January 16th. 7-8PM.
Curators’ talk, walkthrough, slideshow, Q&A

BAPC Artists in Conversation with Ann Jastrab
Thursday, January 28th. 7-8PM.
Register here.
Artists:
Rose Borden
Dan Fenstermacher
Steve Goldband
Ellen Konar
Cindy Stokes
Nick Winkworth

BAPC Artists in Conversation with Meg Shiffler
Tuesday, February 9th. 7-8PM.
Register here.
Artists:
Anthony Delgado
Gene Dominique
Tom Lavin
Angelika Schilli
Nathalie Strand
Rusty Weston

BAPC Artists in Conversation with Daniel Nevers
Saturday, February 20th. 11AM-12PM.
Register here.
Artists:
Tamara Danoyan
Richard Dweck
Ralf Hillebrand
Mitch Nelles
Steven Raskin
Ari Salomon

CURATORS’ STATEMENT:

Magnetic Pull is a selection of works by members of the Bay Area Photographers Collective (BAPC), a community of photographers who nurture each other’s professional and artistic growth. As curators, we are interested in the support structures artists create to sustain their practices over time – especially in a region that attracts so many artists to live, study, and work.

Collectives are a strategy that particularly intrigue us: The promise of a self-selected community seems almost utopian. Going into this process, we were curious how that kinship might show up in the individual images and bodies of work made by each member. We intuited that some kind of attractive force might be at play, drawing the artists not only to the individual subjects that compel them toward image-making, but to one another as colleagues and co-conspirators. Read more.

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