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April 3 - June 12, 2016

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The arrival of spring means one thing to many: the beginning of baseball season. Safe at Home: A Short Survey of Baseball Art celebrates America’s beloved pastime by bringing the excitement of the stadium into the gallery through the artwork of both local and national artists. Baseball remains strongly anchored to the identity and spirit of the American people, and the artworks in Safe at Home capture the soul and essence of the game. This exhibition, co-curated by Bedford Curator Carrie Lederer and Art Dealer George Krevsky, was funded with a generous grant from the Lesher Foundation with additional support by the Diablo Regional Association.

Exhibiting Artists 

Carl Aldana, Peter Allegaert, Kirk Anspach, Michael Arcega, Ray Beldner, Jeff Bender, Libby Black, Noah Breuer, Stacey Carter, Ann Chahbandour, Rob Cox, Kevin Dame, Joe Davidson, Gary Davis, Dana DeKalb, Elaine de Kooning, Phil Dewey, Lauren DiCioccio, Willard Dixon, John Dobbs, Jennifer Ettinger, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Kat Flyn, Jon Francis, Milt Friedly, Debbie Gallas, Jessica Gandolf, Barry Gifford, Harry Glaubach, Sarah Gopher, Louis Grant, Eric Grbich, CJ Gunther, Don Hamerman, Phil Hanks, Al Hirschfeld, Charles Hobson, Tina Hoggatt, Mervin Jules, Ken Kalman, Evri Kwong, Louis LaBrie, David Levenson, David Levinthal, Richard Levy, Mark Licari, David Lyle, Brad Mangin, Philomena Marano, Reginald Marsh, Fletcher Martin, Max Mason, Linda Masotti, Ray Materson, Richard Merkin, Arthur Miller, Jim Miller, Judy Miller, Will Moses, John Musgrove, LeRoy Neiman, Richard Newman, Claes Oldenburg, Roger Patrick, Raymond Pettibon, Nan Phelps, Valentin Popov, S. Preston, Bill Purdom,  Gerald Purdy, Nancy Rosenblum, Osvaldo Salas, Roberto Salas, Ben Shahn, Karen Shapiro, Tim Sharman, Charles Shedden, Stanley Silver, Owen Smith, Tabitha Soren, Saul Steinberg, Jim Thompson, Toby Tover, Mark Ulriksen, Andy Warhol, Peretz Wolf-Prusan, Michael Zagaris

The exhibition will also feature memorabilia from the Joe DiMaggio estate and vintage photographs from the series Linedrives and Lipstick: The Untold Story of Women’s Baseball.

Links:

Digital Brochure

Press: 

KQED Arts

Contra Costa Times

Diablo Magazine

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