Cross Currents: Group Exhibition in San Francisco

 

Cherry Blossoms Come Crashing In, 2010, gouache, watercolor & color pencil on paper, 43″ x 110″

I will be showing a large scale drawing, Cherry Blossoms Come Crashing In in Crosscurrents, a group exhibition featuring the works of Asian and Asian-American artists at Togonon Gallery in San Francisco.

Crosscurrents
June 16th – July 16th
Opening:  June 16th, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM

Crosscurrents showcases contemporary works of three artists from Asia, juxtaposed with works of four Asian-American artists.  The American artists include Kira Greene, Grace Munakata, Ben Needham and Mitsu Okubo, and the international Asian artists include John Y. Chang, Norberto Roldan and Gerardo Tan.  The goal of Crosscurrents is not to present an in-depth survey, but rather to showcase an initial effort which explores how current global art aesthetics, socio-political events, rapid communication and technological advances have influenced art making for these seven artists. In addition, this group of artists represent a range of media and are situated at different levels in their art careers.

77 Geary St. Second Floor
San Francisco, CA 94108
For further press inquiries, please contact Julina Togonon at julina@togonongallery.com or at 415.398.5572.
Togonon Gallery

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