Arts & Theater

Best of Second Saturday: ‘Guerrilla Girls,’ John Buck and ‘The 21-Day Myth’

“I’m not a feminist, but …” is on display at Verge Center for the Arts.
“I’m not a feminist, but …” is on display at Verge Center for the Arts. Verge Center for the Arts

Verge Center for the Arts

“Not Ready to Make Nice: Guerrilla Girls in the Art World and Beyond,” a major show of the past and ongoing works of the iconic collective of feminist/activist artists, is up at Verge Center for the Arts, 625 S St. 916-448-2985.

b. sakata garo

“The Western Edition,” a sculpture made of jelutong wood and acrylic, is one of the works included in nationally known artist John Buck’s strong solo show at b. sakata garo, 923 21st St. 916-447-4276.

artspace1616

Lynn Criswell and Michael Bishop are noted for their public art works at the Sacramento International Airport and Sacramento’s Central Library. Criswell’s “Boy with X-Eyes” is one of the strong works in their two-person show at artspace1616, 1616 Del Paso Blvd. 916-49-1127.

The Archival Gallery

Jay Welden’s bold watercolor of a figure on a lonely beach is up with new sculptures by Matt Bult in a two-person show by the longtime friends at The Archival Gallery, 3223 Folsom Blvd. 916-23-6204.

Axis Gallery

“Day 16, June 30,” by Sacramento City College faculty member Angela Casagrande, is included in her solo show “The 21-Day Myth,” which explores the power of memory, the liminality of an unfamiliar space, and the physical and immaterial things we leave behind. It’s up at Axis Gallery, 625 S St. (in the Verge Building). info@axisgallerry.org.

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