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  • Susan O'Malley 7:23 pm on April 28, 2009 Permalink | Reply  

    San Jose ICA Rejects City of San Jose’s Rejection of ICA’s Rejection Show 

    Yesterday, San Jose city workers came to take down Anthony Discenza’s signs that are part of the current exhibition, It’s Not Us, It’s You.  Maybe they didn’t want to give the wrong idea to people parking on South First Street – maybe they don’t want to be friends.

    When you park in front of the ICA,  you will no longer see this sign (Don’t worry, there is more rejection inside the gallery).

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    • modestypress 8:18 pm on May 19, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      As soon as I heard about this show, my first thought was, what if you are an artist rejected by the show on rejection?

      I hope this comment is accepted.

  • Susan O'Malley 7:00 pm on April 28, 2009 Permalink | Reply  

    Sandwich Board Makes the News!! 

    Vodpod videos no longer available.

    more about “Sandwich Board Makes the News!!“, posted with vodpod
     
  • Maureen Cappon-Javey 7:04 pm on April 22, 2009 Permalink | Reply  

    ICA Scores Sandwich Board 

    Susan & the ICA Sandwich Board

    Susan & the ICA Sandwich Board

    It was always a dream. Now, it’s reality. The ICA has purchased it’s very own Sandwich Board and what a beauty it is!  Check out the specs:

    22″w x 28″h Black Frame, Deluxe Header Area, Double-Sided, 390 Changeable Letters, Numbers & Symbols, Unique Protective Lens! 

    The board’s inaugural message is promoting our rejection show on view through June 20.

    Please come back often and read the latest and greatest SB blog postings on “Board with it all.”

    And, here’s a bit o board history

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sandwich_board

     
  • Susan O'Malley 7:22 pm on April 13, 2009 Permalink | Reply  

    Eco Buzz 

    Stanford University and CCA are hosting a conference this weekend about arts and ethics: Rising Tide Conference: The Arts and Ecological Ethics.

    As terms like global warming, green and sustainability enter our everyday vocabulary, this conference engages artists, designers and scholars in this discussion.

    This summer the ICA will be chiming in on this conversation as well.  We will be presenting Green in the Main Gallery, an exhibition of emerging artists whose work engages in a larger environmental dialogue.  Also, Christel Dillbohner’s incredible installation in the Focus Galleryis a response to the melting polar ice caps in Antarctica. Stay tuned.

     
  • Susan O'Malley 5:52 pm on April 13, 2009 Permalink | Reply  

    Rejection in the News 

    It’s all about rejection at the ICA’s new exhibit – San Jose Mercury News.

     
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