Recently KQED Arts & Culture section shared a story, “It’s Not Art, It’s Our Lives”: Iranian American Women Put Protests at the Center of New Work. The article highlights a few Iranian American Women Artists and Mercury 20 Gallery Artist Pantea Karimi is included in this article. If you were fortunate enough to witness her recent exhibition “cube is NOT geometric” at Mercury 20 Gallery this article will bring greater insight into the working mind of the artist, Karimi and how that exhibition came to fruition. The article also highlights the necessity of art and the importance of the human experience being shared through the expression of art. If you did not have the opportunity to view the exhibition in real life, we recommend that you visit Karimi’s website to learn more.
To read the full KQED article go here
In addition, The San Francisco Standard recently posted an article “Born Out of a Pandemic -Era Obsession With Plants, AI-Generated Flowers Land in Oakland” about Mercury 20 Gallery Artist Andrea Brewster. On view in our current group show “Art of the Winter Solstice” until January 28 2023, you will find several of Brewster’s AI Improbable Blossoms. The gallery will be closed for the holidays the remainder of 2022, but you can catch the group exhibition each weekend in January 2023.
To read the full San Francisco Standard article go here.