Bemis Center For Contemporary Arts

Jeff Eisenberg

San Francisco, CA
March - May, 2012

Jeff Eisenberg's drawings and paintings explore the built environment, architecture, niche cultures and marginal systems. He is particularly drawn to artifacts, objects and environments that are strongly associated with cultural values and ideologies.

Eisenberg graduated with an MFA in painting from SFAI in 2005 and currently lives and works in San Francisco. He has shown nationally and internationally, exhibits regularly in and around the Bay Area and has participated in a number of artist residencies. His most recent exhibitions have been solo shows with Swarm Gallery, Oakland, Helmuth Projects, San Diego, and POVevolving, Los Angeles, as well as an upcoming selected group show at KALA Institute, Berkeley. In addition to his own work, Jeff frequently participates in a number of collaborative projects, most recently as co-curator for “Building Steam”, a year-long series of audio projects and sound installations hosted by Swarm Gallery and partially funded with a Southern Exposure Alternative Grant, 2010-2011.

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Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts
724 South 12th Street
Omaha, NE 68102
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