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1337 Gallery • Upcoming

Angelique Benicio entangled

Entaglement © Angelique Benicio, oil on wood,12" x 12" 

Waking Dreams

Angelique Benicio: painting - scuplture - video

August 4–September 22, 2017
Receptions: August 11, 5-8pm + September 8, 5-8pm
Closing Party: September 16, 7–11pm (tickets required)
performance art by Angelique Benicio at the Twisted Circus event

Angelique Benicio’s work evokes the enchantment and eerie quality of Grimm’s fairy tales. The lush surfaces and realistic attention to detail in these oil paintings draw the viewer in, but there are unsettling undercurrents. Many paintings reveal an acute awareness of uneasy surroundings; others depict children facing difficult situations. Benicio understands that all of us have access to states of innocence and experience, regardless of age. The artist’s love of allegory is apparent in both her two dimensional and three dimensional works. Her paintings and installations invite the viewer to ask if there is something familiar gazing back, some long forgotten feeling, which, though difficult to define, is both unnerving and transformative.

 

The work of award-winning artist Angelique Benicio has been exhibited in museums and galleries in California and abroad, including the Marin Museum of Contemporary Art in Novato, the Axis Gallery in Sacramento, and the Trans-Art Gallery in Trondheim, Norway. Her performance work has been exhibited at The Crucible in Oakland and Trails and Vistas in Truckee.

 

 

 

Angelique Benicio blue midnight

 

Blue Midnight © Angelique Benicio, oil on canvas,96" x 25"

 

Angelique Benicio impervious mollusks

 

Impervious Mollusks © Angelique Benicio, oil on wood,20" x 14"

 

Angelique Benicio how she came out of darkness

How She Came Out of Darkness © Angelique Benicio, oil on wood,18" x 24"

Migration

September 29–November 10, 2017
Receptions: October 13, 5-8pm + November 10, 5–8pm

Description of Theme: Art Works Downtown aims to create an exhibition presenting artwork exploring the concept of migration.

Juror:Emily A. Kuhlmann, Director of Exhibitions and Curatorial Affairs of the Museum African Diaspora in San Francisco. www.moadsf.org 

ENTRIES DUE Thursday, August 24, 2017, 4pm

Please go to Call for Entries for more information

Small Works Exhibition

November 17, 2017—January 5, 2018
Reception: December 8, 5–8pm

The annual Small Works Exhibition is a wonderful opportunity to find
affordable, quality artwork for the holiday gift-giving season.

  • This award-winning non-profit gallery hosts six to eight exhibitions a year. Shows are juried or invitational.  How to apply  

 

 

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