Auction Gallery 11-20

11. Bill Jenkins
Between here and there (before you know what you know).
manila envelope + contents
10″ x 13″


This envelope will be mailed to Manila and then returned before the winning bidder may open it.

Instructions upon agreement of transaction:

1. Fill out the return address on the envelope.
2. Drop off in mailbox.
3. Open the envelope when it has been returned.

*Do not open the envelope until it is returned.

*The artist knows almost as little as the recipient about the contents of the envelope. The artist will be available and interested to see what the results are and help the recipient figure out an appropriate means for display or storage.

retail value: $300
minimum bid: $40
*Swoop on it now:$400


Hermetic and deeply personal, Bill Jenkins’s objects straddle the zone between sculpture and drawing, resembling relics unearthed from a forgotten landscape. Often restricting himself to a set of parameters, Jenkins finds limitations far more rewarding than being faced with too many choices. Jenkins received his BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute, and his MFA from UC Berkeley.


12. Susanna Kwan
Touch Me/Touch-Free
11.25 x 15 in. (in a 16 x 20 in. frame)
pen and ink on paper


retail value: $250
minimum bid: $40
*Swoop on it now: $350

susanna.k at gmail dot com

Susanna Kwan is a native of San Francisco. Her recent work stems from observations of the tension and grace that can be found in any human relationship.


13. Kenneth Lo
rice balla chronicles
4.75″ x 4.75″ drawing, 10min 32sec video
watercolor, pencil on paper and DVD



retail value: $250
minimum bid: $40(*minimum bid has been met 6/29)
*Swoop on it now: $350

kennethlo at berkeley dot edu

Ken Lo received his MFA from UC Berkeley in 2006, and his BA in Philosophy of Religion from SF State in 2003. Despite injuries to his knee as a high school phenom, Ken Lo shunned basketball scholarships to Division I universities, and a array lucrative of shoe deals, to pursue his studies in the fine arts at the esteemed Academy of Art College. A life-long Lakers fan, he will be trying out, this summer–barring another injury– to make the team roster in time to play alongside his friend Kobe Bryant in the upcoming NBA summer league. He is currently filming commercials with other basketball legends for T-Mobile.


14. Joe McKay
10” x 13:
Pencil Paper, computer aided drawing


retail value: $300
minimum bid: $50
*Swoop on it now: $400

joester5 at mac dot com

Joe McKay is an artist who makes work with and about digital culture. McKay grew up in Ontario, Canada and went to school at Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in Halifax. In 2001 he participated of the Whitney Independent Study Program. Joe recently graduated with an MFA from UC Berkeley. In 2004 Joe had his first solo show at VertexList in Williamsburg, New York, and will be showing again there in September of 2007. He has also shown work at The New Museum, The Berkshire Museum, ICA (San Jose), Pacific Film Archive and Karlsruhe (Germany), and transmediale.o3.


15. Mail Order Brides/M.O.B.
Mail Order Bride of Frankenstein poster
24” x 16”
digital print
edition of 15


retail value: $100
minimum bid: $25
*Swoop on it now: $125


For over a decade, Eliza “Neneng” Barrios, Reanne “Immaculata” Estrada and Jenifer “Baby” Wofford have worked collaboratively as Mail Order Brides/M.O.B., a group of Filipina American artists engaged in an ongoing collaborative investigation of culture, race and gender. They have pursued this vision through a multitude of creative endeavors including photographic psychodramas, parade performances, public service posters, and panel discussions, plus karaoke music videos, museum makeovers, and educational workshops. Their latest business venture, Always A Bridesmaid Never A Bride(TM), has provided the world with long-needed services of three Professional Bridesmaids for weddings, commitment ceremonies and immigration- inspired marital arrangements.


16. Julio Cesar Morales
Informal Economy Vender #13
20″x30″ framed
custom-cut vinyl on acrylic
edition of 10


retail value: $2500 This piece has sold. Please refer to Auction Gallery 31-on.
minimum bid: $400
*Swoop on it now: $3000

mamborock at earthlink dot net

Julio Cesar Morales is an artist, educator and curator whose photography, interactive media, public art and video installations has been exhibited at the UCLA Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, the San Diego Museum of Contemporary Art, Fototeca de Havana in Cuba, Peres Projects in Los Angeles and the Museo Universitario de Ciencias y Arte Roma in Mexico City. Group shows include the San Juan Triennial in Puerto Rico, Harris Lieberman Gallery in New York City and Frankfurter Kunstverein in Germany. His work has also been shown in the 2006 Singapore Biennale and the 2007 Tenth Annual Istanbul Biennale.


17. Indira Morre
Password: Two
11×14 in.
oil on canvas paper


retail value: $500
minimum bid: $75
*Swoop on it now: $600

artbeba at yahoo dot com

Indira M. Morre is a painter of subtle but complex psychological planes. She is currently attending the MFA program in the Department of Art Practice at UC Berkeley.


18. Domingo Nuño
Untitled – from the book “Manual for the Interpretation of the Intersticial Spaces Between Text & Image”
6” by 25”
archival jetink print


retail value: $1000
minimum bid: $150
*Swoop on it now: $1200


19. Gina Osterloh
(two prints)

Porch, Los Angeles (Clippers)
20” x 20”
edition of 5


retail value: $500
minimum bid: $100
*Swoop on it now:$600


19b. Porch, Los Angeles (gun)
20” x 20”
edition of 5


retail value: $500
minimum bid: $100 (*minimum bid has been met 6/26)
*Swoop on it now:$600

gosterloh at sbcglobal dot net

Gina Osterloh received her MFA in Studio Art from UC Irvine in 2007. She was recently awarded a Fulbright to the Philippines for October 2007-July 2008, where she will continue production of her environments and large scale photographs. She has exhibited in select group shows at Lizabeth Oliveria Gallery (Project Space, Los Angeles), Kunstraum Innsbruck (Austria), Ze Dos Bois (Portugal), Hotel Chelsea (NY), New Langton Arts and Queens Nails Annex (San Francisco) to name a few. This summer 2007 she will exhibit photographs at the Cultural Center of the Philippines and Magnet Gallery, both in Manila, Philippines.


20. Johanna Poethig
6”x 18” x 2’
drawing and decals on glazed tile


retail value: $250
minimum bid: $50
*Swoop on it now: $350

jpoethig at mindspring dot com

Johanna Poethig makes work that crosses the private and public realms. In the dialogue between the social and personal, politics and aesthetics she explores architecture of shared spaces, human nature, consumerism, control and meaning through visual improvisation, satire and enduring interest in an inclusive cultural life. She has exhibited internationally and has been creating public art, murals, paintings, sculpture, community collaborations, multi-media installations and performances for over 25 years. She was raised in the Philippines through high school and currently resides in Oakland, California. She received her BFA at University of California, Santa Cruz and her MFA at Mills College in Oakland, California. She is on the faculty of the Visual and Public Art Department at California State University, Monterey Bay.