Pro Arts Gallery
150 Frank Ogawa Plz, Oakland
Tuesday - Friday: 12 pm - 6 pm
Leigh Holt: The Beginning Was The End / New Work
Jul 07-Aug 04
These two bodies of work feature video-sculptures, diagrams, a sound installation, and works in glass. Leigh Holt's work explores divergent ways of perceiving, comprehending, and interacting with our world.
Natalie Falero, Arash Fayez: Incongruent Lineage
Aug 11-Sep 01
Natalie Falero and Arash Fayez explore the complex connections of foreigners to place through performance art. Incongruent Lineage aims to emphasize the ongoing tension between the simultaneous desire to belong yet remain foreign, to explore the effects of displacement on the body ''from location A to location B 'where one learns' to shed and become C.'' Curator: Xavier Robles.
Indira Allegra, Christopher R. Martin: Past Presence
Sep 08-Sep 29
New and recent work by Indira Allegra and Christopher R. Martin. Past Presence responds to politicized trauma in Black contemporary life through the medium of weaving, both literal and figurative. Curator: Ariana Faye Allensworth.
Oct 06-Oct 27
The exhibition Kah-meel-E-yun, conceived and organized by Pro Arts' Studio Lab curatorial resident and artist Yarrow Slaps explores concepts, such as wonder, mystery and visibility, featuring a selection of emerging artists and creatives from the Bay Area.
Nolan Lem: New Work
Nov 03-Nov 24
Nolan Lem's work examines notions related to the autonomization and pathology of contemporary anxiety through a relational web of engineered, repurposed, and sonic objects.