Check out these pics Hi-Fructose editor Ken Harman sent over from his show, The Decade With No Name which he curated and opened last Friday. I know you all love Monica Canilao, so Ken was sure to make sure we got a bunch of images of her found object sculpture installation.
"The Decade With No Name serves as a celebration of the sculptors, painters, photographers and street artists who call Oakland, Berkeley and the greater East Bay their home.
From the politically and socially inspired street art of Eddie Colla, to the three-dimensional monstrous cake sculptures of Scott Hove, to Brett Amory’s figurative paintings, Amanda Lopez’ Dia de los Muertos photographs, Monica Canilao’s found object installations and Emory Douglas’ historical Black Panther graphic agitation, this showcase serves as a veritable who’s-who of the East Bay’s emerging and established artist community.
A Decade With No Name will continue to show at it's pop-up location, 54 Washington St. Oakland, CA every Saturday and Sunday until September 12th."
-Ken Harman, Curator