Space 4 Art
No One You Know
A curated show of new working artists. Available for viewing during office hours or anytime by appointment March 22 through March 29.
Five starving artists from Southern California, all trained in classical realism, branch out into their own creative methods. Show includes painting, sculpture, drawing, taxidermy, and street art. Work by Gloria Rivera, Trace Mendoza, Emily Geiger, Alex Eng, and Ry Beloin.
At the End of the Day consists of two new bodies of work. Like much of Printer’s photography, the images being presented in this exhibition sit at the intersection of domestic life and queer lifestyle, camp and documentary, the tragic and the comic.
Through March 15.
Measured Twice is an exhibit of work from the graduate students at San Diego State University’s Furniture Design and Woodworking Master’s of Fine Arts program. They produce work which reflects the current and changing state in the field of craft as well as the traditional methods and ethos from within which contemporary furniture has developed.
Exhibition runs April 2 to 10.
Occupying 23,000 square feet in the East Village, S4A has room for over 1000 guests, along with studio space for 30+ artists, some of whom live on the premises. With all that content being generated, Space 4 Art offers several events every week, ranging from cutting-edge dance fusion to kids’ puppet shows. Open to the public during the day, even when major events aren’t happening.
Saturday, March 22, 5:00 p.m.
Saturday, April 26, 7:00 p.m.