Monday, February 3, 2020

Eleanor Harwood Galley, Catch the interesting events listed through March.


We are ecstatic to have Kira Dominguez Hultgren speak about Intrusions at the gallery on both Saturday, February 1st and Saturday, February 29th, from 1-2PM. Details are below.

Also we are excited to share that Kira's upcoming solo exhibition, "I Was India: Embroidering Exoticism", March 7th- April 12th, at the San Jose Museum of Quilt & Textiles, is listed as one of the Six Bay Area shows to see all year. Read the KQED article, “Six Bay Area Art Shows to See in 2020”. 

And last, but not least, see installation shots of Intrusions  below and view videos of Kira describing the content and concepts in her works. ???? See videos here

View our website for more information on the artists and to view our previous exhibitions.

All the best,
Eleanor Harwood & Chloe Ghillani
+1 415.867.7770
eleanor@eleanorharwood.com 
chloe@eleanorharwood.com 
 

Upcoming Events

Saturday, February 1st, 6-8pm - Artist Demo and Q&A
Join us for First Saturday at Minnesota Street Project 6-8 PM. Kira will be at the gallery for the first part of her demo, "Become the Loom", where she will be weaving with visitors who stop by and will be answering any weaving related questions.

Saturday, February 29th, 1-3pm - Artist Talk and Demo 
1-2pm Artist Talk with Kira Dominguez Hultgren on her work in Intrusions in the gallery
2-3 PM: "Become the Loom" Part II. Kira will host a participatory weaving demo for adults and kids on the Atrium Steps in the Minnesota Street Building 

Please RSVP for the free event via Eventbrite. 

 

Kira Dominguez Hultgren featured in KQED Article: “Six Bay Area Art Shows to See in 2020”

KQED: SIX BAY AREA ART SHOWS TO SEE IN 2020

by Sarah Hotchkiss, January 2nd, 2020

Kira Dominguez Hultgren, I Was India: Embroidering Exoticism

March 4–April 12
San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles, San Jose

“Using two Punjabi phulkaris embroidered by a relative around 1925 as a starting point, Bay Area artist Kira Dominguez Hultgren traces themes of colonialism, contemporary exoticism and craft. Her woven work, large-scale and vibrant, incorporates a variety of textures and materials, including climbing rope, wool, Indian cotton and Chinese silk. If you can’t wait until March to see her work in person, her solo show at Eleanor Harwood Gallery opening Jan. 11.”

Eleanor Harwood Gallery
1275 Minnesota Street, Suite 206
San Francisco, CA 94107

www.eleanorharwood.com
+1.415.867.7770

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