Upcoming and Recent

Paper Routes—Women to Watch 2020
National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C.
June 26 - September 7, 2020
Paper Routes, the sixth installment of NMWA’s Women to Watch exhibition series, showcases the transformation of paper into complex works of art. Artists use paper not merely as a support for drawings, prints, or photographs, but as a medium itself. Ranging in size from minutely detailed, small-scale works to large, sculptural installations, this exhibition explores artists’ ability to transform paper into a surprising array of shapes and structures. First presented in 2008, Women to Watch is a dynamic collaboration between the museum and its national and international outreach committees.

Surfacing Histories Sculpting Memories
California College of the Arts Hubbell Street Galleries - 161 Hubbell
September 3 - October 4, 2019
Opening reception: Thursday, September 5, 5:30-7:30pm
Held in conjunction with the National Museum of Women in the Arts 2020 Women to Watch exhibition series, Surfacing Histories Sculpting Memories features work by five exceptional Bay Area artists working with paper: Sofía Córdova, Julia Goodman, Sandra Ono, Lava Thomas, and Amy Tavern.

This exhibition is supported by The San Francisco Advocacy for the National Museum of Women in the Arts and was curated by Claudia Schmuckli, curator-in-charge of contemporary art and programming at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.

Present Objects
July 13 - August 24, 2019
Opening reception: Saturday, July 13, 6-8pm
Closing event: Saturday, August 24, 3-5pm
EUQINOM Gallery is pleased to present Present Objects: an annual introductions exhibition, a group exhibition that brings together contemporary artists exploring the use of paper-based work in diverse ways. This is the inaugural presentation of what will become an annual exhibition of new artists’ work. Co-curated with Emily Lambert-Clements and Monique Deschaines, the exhibition includes works from artists Clare Strand, Lebohang Kganye, Liza Ambrossio, Rachel Phillips and Julia Goodman.

Speculative Retrievals: Krista Franklin, Julia Goodman, and Sahar Khoury
Salina Art Center
May 1 - July 28, 2019
An expanded sense of time and history in which past narratives collide with future possibilities is central to the work of Chicago-based poet and visual artist Krista Franklin and Bay Area artists Julia Goodman and Sahar Khoury. By reconstituting and transforming materials and the histories and stories embedded within, these artists offer a framework for navigating the present.