Me and You and This Other Thing

2016 Juried Exhibition

Me and You and This Other Thing

25th Annual Entry-Fee-Free Juried Exhibition of new works by Northern California artists

Opening Reception: Friday, November 11, 2016, 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Exhibition on View: November 5 – 23, 2016  **EXTENDED THROUGH NOV 26!**
Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 12:00 – 6:00 PM

Exhibition Artists

Whitney Aguiñiga, Andrew Aguiñiga, Matt Floriani, and Bria Williams; Liat Berdugo and Emily Martinez; Megan Cerminaro and Graham Holoch; James and Jamee Crusan; Edvardo Dana and Isidoro Michan; Peter Foley, Michael Pauker, and Robin Mullery; Claire and Tesar Freeman; Michelle Galemmo and G. Montefeltro; Priya Assal Gheysari, Sahar Majd, Pourya Khademi,Shanna Pouyamehr,and Emery Cohen; Kathleen Henderson and Mike Dooley; Tan Wei Keong and Stephen Overton; Christine Lee and Daisy Ortiz; Neila and David Mezynski; Patrick Monte and Brian Questa; ReadyMaids (Anna Muselmann and Rachael Cleveland); Michael and Matteo Orsini; Tyler Price, Eric Milliren, and Stephanie Ellis; Katie, Brian and Marcy Revilla; Michael Smith and Bees; Jürgen Trautwein and Silvia Nonnenmacher; unknow; Elia Vargas and Marie Hoff; Christine Villanueva and Teddy Hose; Hannah Volckmann and Bonny Nahmias

Southern Exposure is pleased to announce Me and You and This Other Thing, our 25th Annual Entry-Fee-Free Juried Exhibition of new works by Northern California artists. This annual event is the premier showcase of contemporary artwork by promising local talent. With a different theme each year, artists are encouraged to pursue a broad range of artistic expression across media. This year, the title of our juried show is an imperative! Southern Exposure supports artists working together. The presented works will be made in collaboration by at least two people.

The juried exhibition features Northern California artists. At least one collaborator should live north of King City and south of Red Bluff. Guest juror Francisco Cordero-Oceguera will select the works by blind process, choosing pieces across media that respond to this year's focus on collaborative visual art practices.

For many of the artists selected, this is their first major exhibition and a vital step forward in their art careers.

About the Juror

Francisco Cordero-Oceguera is an artist and curator and the founding director of Lodos, an exhibition space in Mexico City. Recent projects include Lodos at PEEE, Museo Experimental el Eco, Mexico; up down strange charm beauty truth, co-curated with Brett Schultz, Yautepec Gallery, Mexico; Ver Lento, Centro de la Imagen, Mexico; System of a Down, Ellis King, Ireland; and Breathing Room, Interstate Projects, New York.