It’s my human right to express freely, to love freely. It pains me that a lot of people are dying in the closet… let us be who we are.
— Zanele Muholi | ARTIST TALK IN SF on 3/12
SFMOMA, under construction : San Francisco, California : February 19, 2014 (Photo Copyright Pete Kiehart/The San Francisco Chronicle)
How have social media, digital cameras, and amateur photojournalism altered the way photographs capture the everyday, define current events, and steer social and political movements? —
These ideas will be discussed a week from today at Bearing Witness, a photography symposium convened by SFMOMA with leaders in the field of photography from Instagram, Wired, The New York Times, Magnum Photos, and Yale University.
RSVP to watch the live stream→
Gouache, acrylic paint, artists tape, push-pins and laser prints!
Oil on board
35.5” x 40”
untitled (photographic painting using light and miscellaneous liquids)
Conveyor Belt, William Grace-Burchett
30 x 40 Oil on Canvas
Virginia and 2nd St, Concrete Factory in Berkeley, CA.
My Eyes Are Adjusting
oil on canvas
Homage, 36” x 34”, Sharpie Ultra Fine Point permanent markers, metallic gel pens, India ink, acrylic ink, acrylic paint on drawing paper, 2013
The Perfect Couple
Foam, Pantyhose, Styrofoam Heads, Hair, Acrylic Paint, Silicon, Plastic Baubles, Pearls, and Sprinkles