Arts & Theater

Best of Sacramento’s Second Saturday

By Victoria Dalkey

Manuel Fernando Rios’ vibrant works often include figurative subjects juxtaposed with colorful geometric shapes. They’re at Axis Gallery.
Manuel Fernando Rios’ vibrant works often include figurative subjects juxtaposed with colorful geometric shapes. They’re at Axis Gallery. Courtesy of Axis Gallery

Axis Gallery

Manuel Fernando Rios’ vibrant works often include figurative subjects juxtaposed with colorful geometric shapes. They are up at Axis Gallery, 625 S St., Sacramento www.axisgallery.org ormedia@axisgallery.org

Verge Center for the Arts

Calling all couch potatoes. L. A. artist Nate Page’s installation “couchbleachers” invites audiences to sit, climb, loll or otherwise interact with banks of couches. The Second Saturday opening will feature a scavenger hunt, and a series of performances and events will take place during the run of the show at Verge Center for the Arts, 625 S St., Sacramento. (916) 448-2985.

b. sakata garo

John Buck, Tom Marioni, William T. Wiley and Jack Ogden are among the 23 artists who invite your imagination to take flight in “The Airplane Show” at b. sakata garo, 923 20th St., Sacramento. (916) 447-4276.

Sol Collective

“Home” is a multidisciplinary show featuring paintings, wall-mounted works, photographs, installations and video projections by Sacramento artists Trent Liddicoat and Jared Tharp. It’s up at Sol Collective, 2574 21st St., Sacramento. (916) 585-3136.

Alex Bult Gallery

Sam Hernandez, whose work is included in numerous public collections, is primarily known for his poetic yet vigorous sculpture. His show “Sculpture/Paintings” is up at Alex Bult Gallery 1114 21st St., Sacramento. (916) 476-5540.

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