Porpentine Charity Heartscape, one of the participating artists in the upcoming triennial hosted by the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Announces Participating Artists for Upcoming Triennial

The participating artists have been announced for the “Bay Area Now” triennial, hosted by San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, reports SF Gate. The eighth edition is being curated by the museum’s director of visual arts, Lucía Sanromán; curatorial associate, Susie Kantor; and programs manager, Martin Strickland.

The exhibition, which will open on September 7 and run until March 24, 2019, will feature the work of nineteen artists and six design collaboratives and architects. The show has been put together “without a thematized curatorial agenda,” says Sanromán.

The participants in this year’s triennial are:

Marcela Pardo Ariza (San Francisco)

Sadie Barnette (Oakland)

David Bayus (San Francisco)

Sita Bhaumik (Oakland)

Sofía Córdova (Oakland)

Woody De Othello (Richmond)

Caleb Duarte (Oakland)

Josh Faught (San Francisco)

Darell Fields (Berkeley)

Nicki Green (San Francisco)

Porpentine Charity Heartscape (Oakland)

Jamil Hellu (San Francisco)

Constance Hockaday (formerly Oakland)

Rhonda Holberton (Oakland)

Carrie Hott (Oakland) 

Hyphae Design Laboratory (Oakland)

Sahar Khoury (Oakland)

Charlie Leese (San Francisco)

modem (Berkeley)

Nemestudio (Emeryville)

Stamen Design (San Francisco)

Taravat Talepasand (San Francisco)

Urban Works Agency (San Francisco)

Cate White (Oakland)

Andrew Wilson (Oakland)