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Exhibition Dates: November 2, 2012, through January 11, 2012.
Res Ispa 455 17th Street, Suite 301 Oakland, CA
While the show is on view, the gallery will be open Saturdays from 1-4pm, and also by appointment.
Res Ipsa proudly presents Broadband, a series of paintings by New York artist Nick Weber. Broadband is a series of paintings inspired by still images that Weber selects from internet porn videos. Limited edition monograph available for purchase.
ABOUT NICK WEBER:
Weber is a painter and photographer who graduated from Stanford in 1993 with BA in studio art. At Stanford, he studied painting with Nathan Oliveira (1928-2010), whose mentorship continues to exert a strong influence on Weber’s work. Weber exhibited his work recently at AMH, 144 10th Avenue in Chelsea, NYC, as well as at John McWhinnie on 64th Street, the Fireplace Project in East Hampton, Tripoli Gallery of Contemporary Art in Southampton, and the Scope Hamptons Art Fair. Weber’s work has been featured in the New York Post, the NBC Nightly News, Time Out Magazine, CBS Sunday Morning, and the Village Voice. Collectors of his work include Richard Prince, Lisa de Kooning, Phil Aarons, and Glenn Horowitz. Weber lives and works in Amagansett, New York.
ABOUT RES IPSA:
Jonathan Ball, an Oakland lawyer and photographer, founded Res Ipsa in 2011. Res Ipsa, which means the “thing itself,” showcases contemporary work in a variety of media from a diverse range of artists. Res Ipsa is committed to showing innovative work that speaks for itself. The gallery typically presents six solo shows per year, and works in close collaboration with a small group of artists. As a member of Oakland’s Art Murmur, Res Ipsa is open the first Friday evening of each month, as well as by appointment and for special events throughout the year.
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