Art Produce: AiR Open House and ‘116 Drawings of Ketanji Brown Jackson’
Visual artsAlexander Zimmerman, or Zim, recently received his MFA from SDSU with a series of live-streamed portraits, notably of important figures in social justice and current events. In an exhibition at Art Produce, he further explores the relationship between the internet, activism, and his stunning art and performance style by gradually broadcasting works in “116 Drawings of Ketanji Brown Jackson.” The final effect is striking, with 116 works filling the gallery walls, and can also be seen from the sidewalk along University Ave. in North Park, day or night. The exhibition closes on Saturday with a reception.
Details: Reception closing is 3-8pm. Saturday, August 6, 2022, coincides with the Artist-in-Residence (AiR) Program open house, which runs from 6-8 pm. Read also : Uncertainty in real estate is inevitable. Use these tips to keep going. Art Products, 3139 University Ave., North Park. Free.