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Tuesday, December 9, 2014, 6:00 pm

ATA Window Gallery presents:
Jared Radin


Jared Radin was raised in New Jersey and received a B.A. in American Studies from Wesleyan University.
We live in an unprecedented moment defined by rapid, worldwide change. The globalization of capital has created flows of people, goods, information, and culture that move across the Earth and are shaping it anew. The market has demanded and produced technologies that have radically altered our sense of physical space and time while also affecting how people understand themselves and one

Photography plays a special role: the world seems smaller now that there are so many images available for instant viewing, even awaiting your own personal response. Cameras and the uncanny images that they produce are everywhere. We give no second thought to a photograph on a billboard,
but people who were alive when the first daguerreotypes were made would have been stunned by the extent to which photography has proliferated in less than 200 years.

The most mundane details of my daily life would have seemed like science fiction to the first photographers, and that futuristic feeling drove my eye as I was taking these pictures. In San Francisco especially, where there is tension around the industry that creates so much of the new technology that is defining our civilization’s path forward, I have been moved to seek evidence of the future we already inhabit in a present that appears less certain all the time.


Right Window Gallery presents:

Right Window is pleased to present the paintings and drawings of Paul Milosevich. We have early and recent drawings and watercolors inspired by growing up in Trinidad, Colorado, with a Croatian family from Ledenice.


 Paul Milosevich (1936 — Trinidad, Colorado)
Cal State, Long Beach, 1965.  Taught at Odessa College and Texas Tech University.
Studied with A.R. Mitchell, Ramon Froman, Bettina Steinke, Wayne Thiebaud and Charles Reid. Elected to the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame and the West Texas (Buddy Holly) Walk of Fame. Lives in Santa Fe, NM, with his wife, Patsie.Selected public collections:
National Ranching Heritage Museum, Museum of the Southwest, Disney Corporation, Buick Museum, PGA of America, US Golf Association, Museum of Texas Tech University, Royal & Ancient Museum (Scotland), National Golf Hall of Fame, Pro Football Hall of Fame, Texas Sports Hall of Fame, Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame

Artist’s statement:
I’ve been doing portraits professionally since the 1960’s and I usually take a portrait approach when painting objects and landscapes, as well. The generic doesn’t interest me nearly as much as the unique and personal aspects of the subject. Also, the physical manipulation of the charcoal and paint is always fascinating.

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