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Outsider Art Fair 2018

January 18-21, 2018

Venue
Metropolitan Pavilion

Location
New York, NY


Visit Creativity Explored at the Outsider Art Fair in New York this January 2018!

Creativity Explored is returning to the Outsider Art Fair, New York with new ink on wood drawings by Daniel Green, popular lush oil pastels by Evelyn Reyes, striking text artwork/magazine juxtapositions by John Patrick McKenzie, a selection of new portait and figure drawings by Camille Holvoet, and Vincent Jackson's signature colorblock faces. This year Creativity Explored also is proud to debut a selection of acrylic paintings by Pablo Calderon.

The Outsider Art Fair has played a pivotal role in establishing the importance of folk, outsider, and self-taught artists. For more information or to purchase ticktets, please visit the Outsider Art Fair.

Metropolitan Pavilion - BOOTH #26
125 West 18th Street
New York, NY 10011

Hours
Thursday, January 18
Early access, 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Vernissage, 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Friday, January 19
11:00 am – 8:00 pm

Saturday, January 20
11:00 am – 8:00 pm

Sunday, January 21
11:00 am – 6:00 pm


Elvis Presley, 2017 by Daniel Green
marker and colored pencil on chipboard, 12 x 9 inches

Fence (with spools), 2004 by Evelyn Reyes
oil pastel on paper, 12 x 24 inches


Untitled (Po Shaving), 2017 by Camille Holvoet
watercolor and marker on paper, 14 x 18 inches


Untitled (Bicycle), 2011 by Pablo Calderon
acrylic on paper, 22 x 30 inches


John Lennon is non anti american, circa 2010 by John Patrick McKenzie
marker on color Xerox, 11 x 8.5 inches


Portrait of Joseph Green, 2017 by Vincent Jackson
colored pencil on paper, 30 x 22 inches

All images © Creativity Explored Licensing, LLC

Way Bay

January 17 - June 3, 2018

Venue
UC Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive

Location
Berkeley, California

Emma Michalitschke: Yosemite Landscape, 1913; oil on canvas; 50 x 44 in.; gift of Emma Michalitschke.

We are proud to announce that three artworks by Creativity Explored artists are included in the Way Bay exhibition at the Berkeley Art Museum.

Way Bay is a sweeping exploration of the creative energies that have emerged from the San Francisco Bay Area over the past two centuries. An innovatively organized exhibition of art and film, plus poetry, performance documentation, and archival materials, Way Bay features nearly two hundred works that reveal the depth and diversity of artists’ engagement with the region’s geographic, social, and cultural landscape.

The exhibition takes a nonlinear form and is organized around diverse poetic themes that cut across time periods, media, styles, and artistic cultures, bringing together voices from a wide range of practices and representing diverse communities and sensibilities.

Works by artists and filmmakers such as Bruce Baillie, Lutz Bacher, Joan Brown, Bruce Conner, Jay DeFeo, Enrique Chagoya, Richard Diebenkorn, Ernie Gehr, Saburo Hasegawa, Sargent Johnson, Joanne Leonard, Chiura Obata, Helen Clark Oldfield, Joe Overstreet, Alice Anne Parker Stevenson, Rosie Lee Tompkins, Carlos Villa, and many others are juxtaposed throughout the exhibition.

In contrast to a conventional historical survey, Way Bay is organized to suggest poetic currents and connections among works from disparate cultures and communities, highlighting transhistorical affinities among artists, filmmakers, authors, and other creative practitioners who have contributed to—and drawn inspiration from—the region’s distinctive character.

When visiting the Way Bay exhibition, look for these three works by Creativity Explored artists:

 
Subway Tunnel, 2009 by Lance Rivers; ink watercolor and graphite on mat board, 5 x 7 inches; collection of Leeza Doriean and John Phillips, San Francisco



Untitled, c. 2008 by Mary Belknap; Sharpie marker and felt-tip pen on paper; 25 x 19.5 inches


Untitled (Blue Carrots), 2007 by Evelyn Reyes; oil pastel on paper, 11.25 x 17 inches



UC Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive
2155 Center Street
Berkeley, CA 94704

 
January 11 - March 1, 2018

Venue
Creativity Explored

Location
San Francisco, CA

Untitled (9 Caballos) by José Nuñez © 2017 Creativity Explored Licensing, LLC, acrylic on paper, 40 x 60 inches

Creativity Explored is proud to present the first solo exhibition of work by José Nuñez.

The artist’s evocative drawings and lush paintings primarily focus on the flora and fauna of his native El Salvador. These diverse images from nature beautifully coexist alongside Nunez’ elegant figures, evoking old-world mysticism and peaceful beauty.

Los evocativos dibujos y lienzos de José estan primeramente enfocados en la flora y fauna de su native tierra, El Salvador. Todas ellas coexisten con las elegantes figuras, que nos llevan a un mundo místico y antiguo, lleno de una belleza sublime.

Curated by Pilar Olabarria



Opening Reception

Thursday, January 11, 2018
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Donor Preview*

6:00 pm to 7:00 pm

*To become a donor, click here.

FREE parking available during the opening reception at Mission Dolores Church (enter on Church Street) from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm. 

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