Edgar Arceneaux

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts

Los Angeles–based artist and YBCA 100 honoree Edgar Arceneaux explores historical patterns around race and representation through drawings, installations, and theater. At YBCA, the artist experiments with the exhibition as a format of presentation through Until Until Until...(2015–17), a multi-media video installation as well as a live action play, and a large-scale sculpture, Library of Black Lies (2016). See separate listing for Yishai Jusidman.

This is what SF/Arts curator Christian L. Frock had to say about Edgar Arceneaux :

This two-person exhibition features recent experimental works by Los Angeles-based Edgar Arceneaux and Los Angeles-based Mexican painter Yishai Jusidman, respectively. Arceneaux’s projects include video installation, performance and a labyrinthine, immersive sculpture assembled from books; Jusidman’s “Prussian Blue” is a series of paintings depicting the Holocaust. 

Event Info
Dec 01 → Mar 25
Tues-Wed & Fri-Sun 11AM-6PM, Thu 11AM-8PM
Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
701 Mission, San Francisco
Info: 415-978-2787
Venue: 978-2787
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