Author Archives: jfre
“Ruin” a series of works on paper by Walter Sutin ~ Opening Receptions Fri Dec 6th 5-9pm & Sat Dec 7th 6-10pm
“These drawings were made in reaction to a trip to the near east that the artist took in 2010. He visited Israel on a Taglit Journey and then traveled to Istanbul. They are small and obsessive in the tradition of … Continue reading
“FACES” by Toni Larios ~ Opening Reception Fri Nov 22nd 5-9pm & Black Friday Reception Fri Nov 29th 5-9pm
First solo US exhibition of Tijuana artist! Two chances to see this work! make it out!!
“I buy lots and lots of old 35mm slides from garage sales, always on the lookout for interesting imagery. Awhile ago I happened upon the idea of stacking two unrelated slides on top of each other to achieve interesting composite … Continue reading
Retrospective collection of drawings, paintings, photographs, sculptures, toys, skateboards, tshirts, prints and cocktail shakers by douglas thompson x.
Join us from 6pm to 10pm during the Southpark Walkabout to find out, about and participate in, the process of Stand Up and Die — a film to be shot in Super 8mm this October at A Ship In The … Continue reading
disclosed unLocation and DNZA present Who is the Boss? new work by j noland and josh pavlick, as moderated by angella d’avignon. three collaborators explore power dynamics … Continue reading
An installation, salon style hanging & team work by 7 local artists ~ Partially devised to purge one artists amassed art supply collection of nearly 20 yrs..!!! Fairly, Squarely & Very Very Carefully Varied—> Come think & drink (&wink).. Jfre … Continue reading
MORGAN MANDULEY: For Immediate Release JULY 14-AUGUST 5, 2012 Artist Reception Saturday, July 14, from 6-10 PM Disclosed unLocation is pleased to announce an exhibition of new paintings and drawing by Morgan Manduley titled For Immediate Release, on view at … Continue reading
As an artist working in the field of repurposed electronic devices, I usually work with second-hand or found objects. An old suitcase gets filled with the chopped innards of a boom box and becomes a cold war karaoke machine. … Continue reading
Incense burners, printing-presses, E-readers, and swords are but a few examples of technologies employed by various religions on Earth. Questions we ask ourselves at SRE Laboratories: What kind of fuzz-pedal would the Pope use to explain Medieval apologia? What synthesizer … Continue reading