Art Curved Straight documented Strange Developments - Women in Video Art at The Lab in San Francisco on January 20, 2016. Organized by Alexis Gordon, the video includes artists Sofia Cordova, Desiree Holman and Lynn Hershman Leeson in conversation with art critic Larissa Archer.
Art Curved Straight documented Meghann Riepenhoff in conversation with Emily Lambert, Associate Director, Fraenkel Gallery, in conjunction with the exhibition Littoral Drift at SF Camerawork on January 19, 2016.
This winter, Joseph De Mario administered the 2016 Baum Award for an Emerging American Photographer on behalf of SF Camerawork. The Baum Award is the only award in the United States to single out "emerging" American photographers for support and is one of the largest national awards among the grants and fellowships available in photography.
Joseph De Mario organized a multi-channel video installation by John Sanborn, with an original score composed by Theresa Wong. V+M was on view at SF Camerawork from November 13 - December 2, 2015.
Art Curved Straight documented Portrait of Caring: Living with AIDS at the Bailey-Boushay House, an Artist Presentation & Roundtable Discussion moderated by Victoria Sheridan, on June 10, 2015 at SF Camerawork. Photographers Saul Bromberger and Sandra Hoover talked about their photographic documentation of the Bailey-Boushay House, an HIV/AIDS care facility in Seattle, Washington. Part of the Long-Term Survivor Project.
Joseph De Mario & Megan McHugh are producing and directing a documentary entitled Revolving Doors: Chris Fraser @ SF Camerawork with an interview by Heather Snider, SFC Executive Director. A site-specific installation by Chris Fraser was on view at SF Camerawork from February 5 - March 21, 2015.
Art Curved Straight documented Strange Developments - Alternative Process Photography in the Bay Area at SF Camerawork on February 11, 2015. The event, organized by Alexis Gordon, includes photographers John Chiara, Niniane Kelley and Chris McCaw in conversation with art critic Larissa Archer.