CURRENT & UPCOMING EXHIBITS

 

Fotos y Recuerdos, Annual Día de Los Muertos Ceremony and Exhibition

Studio Grand is pleased to host the annual Day of the Dead celebration, ceremony, and art exhibition. This year, the event and exhibition is curated by Nicolas Gonzalez Medina and Noemi Shah. Friends and neighbors living in the East Bay have been invited to create and display small altars. Opening night performances included Rayla Meshawnn and Xochi Colmenares with Chulita Vinyl Club and Jetia Deity on the ones and twos. 

Mural by Nicolas Gonzalez Medina. Art and Altar Installations By Soleil Summer, Noemi Shah, CHHOTI MAA, Yadiel Andrea Ortega, Nichol Markowitz, Breena Nuñez Peralta, Joanna Villegas, Chulita Vinyl Club (Bay Area)

DÍA DE LOS MUERTOS

All Saints Day and All Souls Day are known as El Dia de Todos los Santos and El Dia de los Muertos, respectively. While it's strange for most of us to accept the fact that "death" and "festivities" can go hand-in-hand, for most Mexicans, the two are intricately entwined. This all stems from the ancient indigenous peoples of Mexico (Purepecha, Nahua, Totonac and Otomi) who believed that the souls of the dead return each year to visit with their living relatives - to eat, drink and be merry. Just like they did when they were living.

October 16, 2016 - November 27, 2016

 

PAST EXHIBITS

 

WORK, A SOLO EXHIBITION BY MIGUEL BOUNCE PEREZ

Studio Grand Oakland is pleased to present Work, A Solo Exhibition by Miguel Bounce Perez. In this Exhibit, Miguel has created a stunning body of new work, representing the different styles he works in. As an active muralist in the Bay Area and internationally, it is rare to find his art on a scale that can hang in a gallery.   

June 24, 2016 thru September 10, 2016

 

WHEN SHE RISES

In honor of International Women's Day, Studio Grand Oakland has partnered with Galería De La Raza and the Trust Your Struggle Collective to bring you When She Rises, an exhibit honoring the stories of women and their resilience. Artists Cece Carpio, Nisha Sembi, and Erin Yoshi will be creating an installation including paintings that look at the experience of women in their respective countries of origin - the Philippines, India, and Japan.

OPENING RECEPTION
Saturday, March 12, 2016
8:00–11:00pm

March 12, 2016 - May 14, 2016

 

Where I'm From, Photos by Chose

A solo show with photos by Deario "Chose" Austin. Chose captures photos of East Oakland where he was born and raised. For more of his work, check out his website at #shotbychose.

CLOSING RECEPTION
Saturday, March 5, 2016
7:00–9:30pm

 

ALTAR PARA MI MUERTE :: ALTAR OF MY PASSING

Group exhibit curated by Adrian Arias
Twenty visual artists creating altars that honor those that have passed.

CLOSING RECEPTION
Saturday, November 28, 2015
7:00–10:00pm
 

 
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Eyes on the Movement: Images from Bay Area Activist Photographers

Silicon Valley De-Bug's Class Conscious Photographers. From immigrants rights, workers' rights, police accountability, to economic justice campaigns, this show features the stories and images of our vibrant social justice movements in the Bay Area.

 

More Listings to come