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Taharka Chango in the Ramp Gallery, December 15–January 19, 2016

My artwork is a reflection of my soul and belief- system. My work is also a proud depiction of my cultural ideologies. My newest collection ‘Renewal’ consists of Oil paint and mixed media. It displays a high key color spectrum …

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Corey Addison Brown in the Ramp Gallery, June 4–30

These prints reflect upon the artist’s journey of discovery and (re)claimation of his own queer ancestors through myth and legend, secret codes, and imagination. Having been raised by a witch and encouraged to explore the world through magic and mystery, …

Mark Harris in the Ramp Gallery, April 16–May 11, 2015

In November 2003, Mark Harris lost his father to lung cancer. His death had a profound effect on him personally and artistically and, fortunately, he was able to experience the healing power of art during this difficult time. While creating …

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Vortok in The Ramp Gallery, February 17th–March 14th, 2015

The title of this work is a Turkish proverb that means “HASTE MAKES WASTE.” This solo video installation showcases Istanbul, Turkey’s contemporary landscape and metaphysical structures to examine notions of thought, place, and being. An audio clip of the artist …

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Elia Vargas in The Ramp Gallery, January 20–February 14, 2015

Video Walks is an ongoing series of recorded walks exploring place and terrain. It is a dérive, an aimless walk influenced by the surrounding environment. “What we mean by place is an intersection of narratives and infrastructure, constantly in flux. …

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Norman Moore in The Ramp Gallery, December 8–January 19, 2014

This body of work represents Norman Moore’s interest in combining unusual phenomena such as illuminated surfaces and plasma filled glass tubes to interpret the formal artistic juxtapositions of branching shapes and cross hatching. The artists aims for compositions with deep emotional …

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Selfies On Our Own Terms, November 11–December 6, 2014

Queer Youth Arts (QYA) is a Bay Area intergenerational arts project centering LGBTQ youth creative expression. Selfies: On Our Own Terms, a group exhibition, features youth self-portraits and was first shown at the LGBT Community Center in San Francisco from …

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Along The Fence in The Ramp Gallery, October 21–November 8, 2014

Along The Fence is a photographic exhibition by Patrick D. Wilson, who uses architectural forms and photographs as the framework for visually habitable space. His most recent body of work is gathered from ten months he spent photographing construction sites …