A PEEK AT WHAT’S SHOWING AROUND TOWN
Jared Weiss: Like Last Time but a Little Worse 2014, oil on canvas
Santa Fe Community College Visual Arts Gallery, 6401 Richards Ave., 505-428-1501 Independent curator Niomi Fawn takes on the generation gap in Something I Need You to Know, a multimedia group exhibition that explores personal histories, generational perspectives, and communication. The show includes works by Jared Weiss, Edie Tsong, Rose Driscoll, and others. It opens with a 5 p.m. reception on Thursday, Nov. 10, and is on view through Feb. 15, 2017.
Dave Pressler: Sometimes I Stand and Stare 2013, acrylic
Stranger Factory, 3411 Central Avenue NE, Albuquerque, 505-508-3049 Emmy-nominated television producer and artist Dave Pressler presents more than two dozen works in the exhibition What Lives in the Attic. Pressler is known for his exploration of quirky characters, particularly robots, in a variety of media. The show includes penand-ink sketches, acrylic paintings, cast resin sculpture, and pencil drawings and opens on Friday, Nov. 4. Pressler will also be hosting a $50 visual storytelling workshop at the gallery from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 6. Email email@example.com or call to reserve a spot.
Louviere + Vanessa: It Was Their Fear Teasing the Torches 2010, gold leaf and resin
Verve Gallery of Photography, 219 E. Marcy St., 505-982-5009 Verve’s exhibition of works by Thomas Kellner and photographic duo Louviere + Vanessa continues through Nov. 26. Kellner is showing compositions created using his “visual analytical synthesis” technique, in which he presents an image composed of contact sheets. Louviere + Vanessa’s work combines film, photography, painting, and printmaking. They create their images using Holgas and scanners, along with destroyed negatives, 8mm film stock, wax, blood, and other mediums.
Georgia O’Keeffe: Untitled (University of Virginia) 1912-1914, watercolor on paper
Georgia O’Keeffe Museum, 217 Johnson St., 505-946-1000 A series of rarely seen watercolors by Georgia O’Keeffe, part of the museum’s ongoing exploration of the painter’s early career, are on view starting Friday, Nov. 4. O’Keeffe at the University of Virginia, 1912-1914, includes never-beforeexhibited watercolors O’Keeffe made as a teaching assistant at the university, where her professor Alon Bement introduced her to the ideas of Arthur Wesley Dow. “This suite of watercolors demonstrates O’Keeffe’s early adaptation of new ideas,” writes curator Carolyn Kastner. Entry to the show is by museum admission.
Doug Glovaski: Influenced by Invisible Forces 8 2016, acrylic on canvas
Mill Contemporary, 702½ Canyon Road, 505-983-6668 The gallery’s three-person show for artists Ron Pokrasso, Verne Stanford, and Doug Glovaski continues through Nov. 20. Pokrasso revisits personal themes and imagery in intaglio, acrylic, and assemblage. Works in Glovaski’s Influenced by Invisible Forces series explore geometric precision in the context of unpredictability. Stanford’s mixed-media pieces use drawing and perspective to recontextualize his original photographic imagery in abstract compositions.