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Press Release: Summer Exhibitions at Richmond Art Center


Summer Exhibitions at Richmond Art Center

June 28 – August 19, 2023
Richmond Art Center, 2540 Barrett Avenue, Richmond, CA 94804
Gallery Hours: Wednesday-Saturday, 10am-4pm
Exhibitions and events are all free and no rsvp is necessary

Richmond, CA: Summer exhibitions at Richmond Art Center (RAC) bring Nahui Ollin to the main gallery. This large survey of work by esteemed Richmond-based artist Andrés Cisneros-Galindo is accompanied by Printmaking at NIAD, a group show of artists who have worked with Cisneros-Galindo over the past three decades. 

In the south gallery Anne Wolf invites reflection on the word “enough” through artistic collaborations in ENOUGH Considered. While in the west gallery, a solo exhibition of paintings by David Burke called Solastalgia explores the psychological impact of environmental destruction.

Nahui Ollin: The work of Andrés Cisneros-Galindo

Exhibition: June 28 – August 19, 2023
Reception: Saturday, July 15, 12pm-2pm
Print Demo: Saturday, July 29, 2pm-3:30pm
Artist Talk: Saturday, August 12, 2pm-3:30pm

As the first major survey of Andrés Cisneros-Galindo’s work, this exhibition offers an intimate perspective into Cisneros-Galindo’s experiences as a Mexican immigrant, activist, educator and artist grappling with the social and political currents of American life.

From the political posters that helped mobilize the Bay Area’s Chicano community to the abstract expressionist paintings that embody fragments and cultural vestiges of the immigrant identity, this exhibition highlights how Cisneros-Galindo’s practice has always been integrated in contemporary struggles around race, education, the environment, justice and democracy both in the U.S. and in Mexico. 

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Top image: Andrés Cisneros-Galindo, Mictlan, 1995, Oil and mixed media on canvas

Printmaking at NIAD: The Legacy of Andrés Cisneros-Galindo

Exhibition: June 28 – August 19, 2023
Reception: Saturday, July 15, 12pm-2pm

Andrés Cisneros-Galindo began facilitating printmaking at NIAD Art Center in 1985, shortly after the organization was founded. This exhibition surveys the decades of prints by artists working with Cisneros-Galindo at NIAD; exploring and reimagining the process of printmaking through collaboration. 

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Above image: Felicia Griffin, Untitled (D1338), Unique 1989, Linocut print on paper

ENOUGH Considered

Exhibition: June 28 – August 19, 2023
Reception: Saturday, July 15, 12pm-2pm
Stitch n’ Bitch + Enough Photo Portrait sessions: Saturday, July 22, 11am-3pm
Artist Gallery Walkthrough: Saturday, August 12, 12pm

Anne Wolf’s ENOUGH Considered explores the multiple ways we define and embody ENOUGH. Through a series of artistic collaborations, Wolf invites reflection into our perceptions of wholeness, abundance, boundaries and sufficiency. 

The exhibition includes Wolf’s hand stitched alphabet samplers where the word ENOUGH appears buried within the cross-stitched alphabet. A collection of portrait photographs, created with photographer Lisa Levine, convey a personal embodied gesture of ENOUGH. While designer Ana Llorente brings together written pieces from portrait participants with her mural ENOUGH EVERYONE TOGETHER/ !BASTA! TODOS JUNTOS. Letterpress cards created by James Tucker are available to inscribe thoughts, feelings or stories about ENOUGH.

As a participatory project, gallery visitors will find opportunities to contribute to ENOUGH Considered. This includes an event called Stitch n’ Bitch + Enough Photo Portrait Sessions on Saturday, July 22, 11am-3pm, where community members can collectively stitch on a large-scale banner and have their portrait taken. 

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Above image: Anne Wolf, ENOUGH if we Share, 2020, Hand stitched cotton on linen

David Burke: Solastalgia

Exhibition: June 28 – August 19, 2023
Reception: Saturday, July 15, 12pm-2pm
Gallery Walkthrough: Saturday, July 29, 12:30pm

Solastalgia, the second exhibition in The Greenhouse exhibition series, features paintings by David Burke. Derived from nostalgia, solastalgia specifically references the negative psychological effect of chronic environmental destruction on an individual’s homeland, or the place they call home. 

The Greenhouse is a three-part exhibition series that focuses on the climate crisis and environmental justice movements in Richmond, California. The Greenhouse is organized in partnership with Round Weather, a nonprofit art gallery in Oakland, and curated by its director Chris Kerr

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Above image: David Burke, The World Without Us, Acrylic ink on acrylic panel 

About Richmond Art Center: Richmond Art Center has been sharing art and creating with the community since 1936. Our programs encompass classes, exhibitions and events at our facility in downtown Richmond, as well as off-site activities that bring free, high-quality art making experiences to WCCUSD schools and community partners.
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