Please join us at Untitled in Miami Beach. We are exhibiting three new works by Kira Dominguez Hultgren and three works from Terri Loewenthal's recent Havasu Falls exhibit.
Dominguez Hultgren's new works are two pieces woven on a digital loom addressing captcha technology. The themes touch on our abilities to define ourselves within the strict confines of human or robot. The third piece will be a site-specific work that will be unveiled at the show.
Loewenthal will be exhibiting three outstanding works from "Havasu Falls", the title piece, Watahomagie Point and Aztec Amphitheater. All images are single exposures shot in the Havasu Falls area, on Havasupai tribal land at the base of the Grand Canyon.
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Terri Loewenthal is an Oakland-based artist whose work challenges and revives the predominantly male canon of landscape photography by using a female voice to liberate the genre from the strictly representational. Her works are single-exposure, in-camera compositions that utilize special optics developed by Loewenthal to compress vast spaces into complex, evocative environments. These photographs present landscape not as it may appear visually, but how it could be experienced emotively and through the imagination.
She has exhibited at diverse venues including Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (San Francisco, CA), Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (Berkeley, CA), San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art (San Jose, CA) and Booth Western Art Museum (Cartersville, GA). Her work is included in many collections, public and private, including the City of San Francisco, McEvoy Foundation for the Arts, Fidelity Investments, Facebook and Instagram.
She is also founder of The Chetwood, a residency program that provides housing for artists visiting the Bay Area, allowing them to create lasting community with supportive peer networks outside of typical art-making structures. Loewenthal is a frequent collaborator with many Bay Area arts organizations including Creative Growth (Oakland, CA) and has been an active musician for over a decade; her bands Call and Response, Rubies and Shock have performed extensively nationally and internationally. Terri has a Bachelor of Arts from Rice University in Houston, Texas and is originally from Washington, D.C. and South Florida.
Kira Dominguez Hultgren
Kira Dominguez Hultgren (b. 1980) is a U.S.-based textile artist and educator. She studied French postcolonial theory and literature at Princeton University, and performance and fine arts in Río Negro, Argentina. With a dual-degree MFA/MA in Fine Arts and Visual and Critical Studies from California College of the Arts, her research interests include material and embodied rhetorics, decolonizing material culture, and analyzing textiles as a performative critique against the visual. Dominguez Hultgren’s work has been exhibited at the de Young Fine Art Museum of San Francisco, headlined Untitled, ART SF in 2020, and was featured in the July/August 2020 issue of Architectural Digest. She has had two solo shows with Eleanor Harwood Gallery in San Francisco, where she is represented, and her first solo museum show at the San Jose Museum of Quilt and Textile. Her fellowships and residencies include the Headlands Center for the Arts, Facebook, and Gensler Architecture. Dominguez Hultgren is part-time faculty at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in Fiber and Material Studies.