Alimentos: Glass Work by Viviana Paredes


DATES: August 18 - October 28, 2018

RECEPTION: Friday, September 7th, 6-8pm.

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Artist Info

This exhibition examines the cultural and political connections between food, language and land. Viviana Paredes’s glass sculptures tell stories of remembrance taking us to the tianguis, the traditional open air markets found throughout Mexico. This work explores the spiritual and healing connections to food and the language of food.

Born in San José California, Viviana Paredes works and lives in San Francisco. A graduate of the California College of the Arts & Crafts, she works with glass and organic materials. Her works have been shown across the United States and internationally at museums and galleries including the De Young Museum of San Francisco, the Oakland Museum of California, and most recently her work was featured in Los Angeles by the Craft & Folk Art Museum exhibition The U.S. Mexico Border: Place, Imagination and Possibility as part of the Getty Foundation's Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA Initiative.