This first survey of James Siena’s intricate abstractions since 1991, this exhibition included enamel paintings on aluminum, works on paper and two new site-specific, commissioned wall drawings executed with assistance from SFAI students.
Curated by Nicolas Bourriaud, Touch included international artists whose work focused on social interaction. I co-organized residencies and performances and also co-taught a course related to the exhibition.
For her exhibition at SFAI, Lee Bul showed preparatory drawing and Styrofoam models and shot a new video for her series of three sports car karaoke pods, a collaborative project with the Fabric Workshop.
When I was SFAI Director of Exhibitions, I oversaw residencies with artists from Belgium, Cuba, France, Israel, Korea, Slovenia, and the United States, and curated many of their projects and exhibitions.
I co-curated four exhibitions for the Window Gallery, a focus gallery in the Walker’s permanent collection, that explored specific artists, works of art and movements, inviting visitors to see the curatorial processes through its glass facade.