Like a Jungle Orchid for a Lovestruck Bee - San Francisco
Burning in Water - San Francisco, 1275 Minnesota Street
September 8 - October 31, 2018
Exhibition Q&A with Borinquen Gallo and Clarissa Dalrymple
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‘Alchemy’ at BRIC, Brooklyn
“Alchemy” is on view at BRIC in Brooklyn, New York, through Sunday, August 12. The group exhibition, curated by Elizabeth Ferrer and Jenny Gerow, features work by Nicole Awai, Borinquen Gallo, Kennedy Yanko, Serra Victoria Bothwell Fels, Anna Riley, Phoebe Grip, Miatta Kawinzi, and Nana Poco, among others.
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Borinquen Gallo: Like a Jungle Orchid for a Lovestruck Bee at Burning in Water.
Bronx-based Puerto Rican-Italian artist Borinquen Gallo painstakingly weaves red and yellow caution tape, construction tarps, garbage bags, and other unconventional materials into richly textured sculptures and installations. It’s a process that can take weeks or even months.
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Borinquen Gallo(b. 1975, Rome) is a Bronx-based artist whose work delves into themes of beauty, community, and purpose through sculpture and large installations. Previous group exhibitions include The National Academy Museum, Bronx Museum of the Arts, The Hennessy Youngman’s Show, Queens Museum, Columbia University, The Cooper Union, and Queens College. Gallo received her BFA in Painting and Sculpture from the Cooper Union for The Advancement of Science and Art and her MFA in Painting from Hunter College. She has received numerous awards, including the Sol Shaviro Award (2015), The Marion Netter Fellowship (2010), and the Doris Liebowitz Art Educator Award (2009). She has completed residencies at The Vermont Studio Center and The Cooper Union Artist Residency. In addition, she has worked on curatorial projects with BAM Fischer, and Pratt Institute. Gallo’s art has been cited in numerous publications, including Hyperallergic, ArtNews, and Artnet News. She is currently Assistant Professor of Art and Design Education at Pratt Institute in New York.