2020 Re:Vision


EXTENDED THROUGH JANUARY 30. Mercury 20 Gallery presents its annual holiday-season group show, this year titled 2020 RE:VISION. In this tumultuous year of 2020, where events have quickly revised natural and social orders, the artists of Mercury 20 are re-adjusting their sights. Through December and January, the gallery will be filled with new work that researches questions arising from this present moment and refines its simultaneous feelings of doom and liberation, collapse and possibility. Art responds, reinvents and repairs.

 
The work in 2020 RE:VISION will be small, affordably priced, cash-and-carry, so that patrons can easily start or add to their art collections or purchase art for holiday gifting.
 
 
or browse this selection below. 
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All work is available for online sale with shipping.
 

Untitled Improvisations 3 , Jo Ann Biagini, 2020, 6 x 6 in, watercolor on paper, $200
Untitled 20, Andrea Brewster, 2020, vellum paper, colored pencil, 4 x 2.5 x 2,5 in, $185
Chopsticks in 2020, Tara Esperanza, acrylic on canvas, 40 x 20 in, $1600
Imaging the Moon, Plate iv, Pantea Karimi, 2020, digital illustration and print on aluminum, 2 x 8 inches , $300
Home, Jill McLennan, 2020, white low fire clay with Cuerda Seca glazing, $75 4¾ x 4¾ inches, 2020
Anna Karenina: Levin, The Mowing Chapters I, Christine Meuris, 2020, Kozo paper, ink, bookbinding cloth, thread, 10 x 7 inches, $220
Bethlehem #5, Charlie Milgrim, 2017, image transfer on gold foil, mounted on panel, 8 x 8 in, $120
Morning, Peter Honig, 2020, archival pigment print mounted on wood panel, encased in acrylic resin, 13½ x 56 inches, $750
ScrapWorks XXI: Nocturne: Country Fair, Mary Curtis Ratcliffe, 2020, collage: digital inkjet printing on paper, mounted on panel, $200 12½ x 17⅜ x 1½ inches
ReVision 3, Leah Virsik, crossed structure binding, soft cover: sewn and painted fused plastic, eight sections of Mohawk Superfine paper, each section has 8 sheets/16 pages 6 x 5-7/8 x 1/2 in, $58
Virtual Love Will Have To Do , Elizabeth Sher, 2020,acrylic and drawing materials on canvas, 8 x 10 x 1 inches, $125
Ohlone Night #1, Neo Serafimidis, 2016, archival pigment print photograph, open edition. Black mat with white core, black wood frame, $325 Image 15 x 10 inches, framed size 20 x 14 x 1 inches.
Element (1), Sara Lisch, ceramic, 14.5 x 10.5 in, 2020, $375
Refusal #1, Kathleen King, 2020, paper collage in handmade cardboard frame, 10.25 x 8.25 x 1.25 in, $225
Soft Bombs, Jessica Cadkin, 2017/18, dimensions variable, $250 each
Distraction Signal #2, Johanna Poethig, 2020, acrylic on metal panel, 8 x 10 inches, $250