Posts archive: January 2005

both well worth spending time with if you can look slowly enough at the work: Thomas Wrede at James Nicholson Gallery and Michael Wolf at Robert Koch Gallery.

- Cheryl Meeker [Wednesday, January 19th, 2005]

- from the press release for Les Nuits des Cafards/ Nights of the Cockroaches.

If you’ve managed to miss the current show at aov, you have a last chance this Friday night, with an all night event scheduled from 7pm to 6am. Jenifer Wofford transformed the aov space into a Motel Cucaracha with a finely wrought environment with props, video, and weekly events; this is the last one. At aov, 3328 22nd Street, San Francisco California 94110, 415 431 8341.

- Cheryl Meeker [Thursday, January 13th, 2005]

The Black Dahlia Show examines and commemorates the life of Elizabeth Short, a Hollywood starlet wannabe who met an unspeakably tragic end. Chosen for its proximity to the Oakland cemetery where she is buried, the show takes place at The 21 Grand Street Gallery @ 449B 23rd St. in Oakland. Featuring work by Hailey Ashcraft, leah beck, Jordan Biren, Jessica Ingram, Erik McDonald, Kirstyn Russell, Kim Weller, and a world premiere video by Stretcher contributor Dale Hoyt. Call 510.444.7263 for more info.

- David Lawrence [Wednesday, January 5th, 2005]

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