Art & Development

Color & Color 2

The latest issue of Color & Color, an art magazine produced by Amanda Curreri and Erik Scollon is now out! I contributed to issue #0, and this new issue was curated by Ponzi scheme. Look for contributors I nominated, Justin Limoges (Oakland), Kristina Paabus (Estonia/US), and Sharon Kivland (FR/EN), as well as many talented others from the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond…

Join us Dec. 9, Thursday, starting at 8pm for the C&C#2 LAUNCH PARTY. Come check out the book, have a drink with us, a dance. Starts at 8pm onwards. DJ Bus Station John starts his magic around 10pm.

Aunt Charlies Lounge
133 Turk at Taylor, SF
Dec. 9, Thursday, 8pm onwards

The third issue of Color&Color, C&C#2 (Black & White) is available print-on-demand here. More information is available here:

Color&Color is an artist publication guided by the duality of two thematic colors per issue. C&C#2 is based loosely on a Ponzi Scheme. For this issue, each artist from the first two issues of C&C was given five points to invite whom they saw fit for this issue. 3 points = local Bay area artists; 2 points = artists from the larger US; and 1 point = international artists. Allegiances be known and shown!

Artists in this issue:

Libby Black*, Bay Area
Lindsey White*, Bay Area
Francesca Nocera, Ontario
Amber Ibarreche, NYC
Caitlin Teal Price, NYC
Kathleen Hudspeth, Miami
Adler Guerrier, Miami
Kyle Beal, Montreal
Gabriel Johnson, Bay Area
Kelly Sherman, Boston
Justin Limoges, Bay Area
Kristina Paabus, Estonia
Sharon Kivland, London/France
Zach Fabri, NYC
Susana Gaudencio, Lisbon
Jessica Mein, NYC
Selena Kimball, NYC
Suzanne van Rossenberg, Netherlands
Jay Anderson, NYC
Dana Gentile, NYC
Nathan Vincent, Bay Area
Dru Donovan, Bay Area
Noah Wilson, Bay Area
Justin Waldstein, NYC
Christina Empedocles, Bay Area
Katy Smail, NYC
Aiyanna Udesen, Bay Area
Ester Partegas, NYC
Jennifer Lee, NYC
Mike Cloud, NYC
Rose Borthwick, Leeds, England
Jesjit Gill, Toronto
Jessalyn Aaland, Bay Area
Meghan Gordon, Provincetown
Katja Mater, Netherlands
Gabriela Salazar, NYC
Toban Nichols, LA
Nightmare City, Bay Area

*’cover girls’ due to their issue-appropriate last names

Color&Color was conceived as a mobile venue in which to present new work of artists we respect and with whom we want to work. We hope that with each issue the publication can connect artists with new audiences and expanded dialogue. Not wanting to rely solely on traditional venues like galleries and museums,Color&Color presents artwork via the serial print medium. This opens up access to new spatial-temporal configurations for the work. The publication is available both in printed and digital format. Proceeds from sales go directly to future issues ofColor&Color.


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