- Saturday, November 09, 2013
Robert Katsusuke Ogata and Amanda Boe
Date + TimeSaturday, November 09, 2013
1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
LocationArtists Gallery at Fort MasonArtists Gallery at Fort Mason hours and directions: sfmoma.org/artistsgallery
Building A, Fort Mason Center San Francisco, CA 94123
Robert Katsusuke Ogata (b. 1934), a painter based in Fresno, California, will show ten recent large-scale paintings created between 2012 and 2013, along with smaller works on paper dating from 1992. The majority of the work is from a series he calls Splice, in which he employs chalk as well as gesso, polymer, and paintstick. Works in the series revisit some of Ogata’s favorite motifs, including New Year’s ceremonial mochi (Japanese confection) and the peony.
San Francisco-based photographer Amanda Boe (b. 1978) will exhibit eleven digital chromogenic prints from a series entitled What I Hold Dear. These works, dating from 2009 to the present, include photographs of landscapes and interior spaces from South Dakota and California. In this personal narrative, Boe explores her connection to home through the convergence of these two disparate places.
Admission + Ticketing
Free and open to the public.
Image: Robert Katsusuke Ogata, Shift, 2012; photo: Michael Karibian