n/a – Nicholas Andre Sung and K R Mooney
k.r.m. mooney – k. r. m. mooney is an artist based in Oakland, California. They received their BFA from California College of the Arts in 2012 and are a recent recipient of the 2013 Alternative Exposure grant for doubt it / talk series, an inter-generational lecture platform. mooney has exhibited at n/a and Important Projects in Oakland, and Jancar Jones in Los Angeles, and contributed to some type of way, a recent publication carried by Art Metropole and BGSQD. Forthcoming exhibitions include Projects in New York and Mission Comics in San Francisco.
Nicholas Andre Sung – Nicholas Andre Sung is the director and curator of n/a, a contemporary art space in Oakland, California, and a multi-disciplinary artist concerned with ontology, failure, sentimentality, presentation, and queer phenomenology.
They have exhibited nationally and internationally, including exhibitions at September Gallery, Berlin; Stendhal Gallery, NY; People’s Gallery, SF; the Architecture + Design Museum, and ForYourArt, LA; and the Bruce High Quality Foundation University, NY. In 2012 they were a recipient of the Alternative Exposure Grant through Southern Exposure and The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts. Upcoming exhibitions include new postures at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, and but what you want is far away, presented through The Oakland Museum of California and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
n/a is an exhibition and event space with a focus on the queer experience in contemporary art practice, centered in oakland, california.
gathering individuals and communities of diverse social and political backgrounds, n/a’s programming aims to encourage critical dialog, lend legibility and visibility to queer artists and ideas, and produce new imaginaries. it is curated by nicholas andre sung with the help of a community of organizers.
support for n/a is provided by southern exposure’s alternative exposure grant program >