The animation Misty Quartet will be presented in the inaugural exhibition Vitrine at Plexus Projects in Brooklyn on April 19.
The Mission Local newspaper recently interviewed Klein about curating the Peephole Cinema in San Francisco. The current show titled “I Wanna Dance in a Moment Like This” features the work of three artists from Creativity Explored.
Starting on March 18 the Peephole Cinema in San Francisco will screen I WANNA DANCE IN A MOMENT LIKE THIS three works by artists from Creativity Explored. This show is curated by Sarah Klein and is presented in partnership with Intersection for the Arts as part of the Intersect SF series. Screening 24 hours a day, 7 days a week until May 18th.
Klein is offering her print So On at Kala Art Institute’s Gala and Auction on April 6. The work will be on view in the Kala Art Gallery from March 14 - April 6.
A selection of new prints are on view in downtown Berkeley and will be displayed in the Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Building for the coming year. This annual show features work by artists who live or work in Berkeley. The four prints were made at Kala Art Institute during a Media Arts Fellowship last year.
Soon to be published is Klein’s newest risograph book project Velocities. Velocities is inspired by widening circles on the surface of a pond and by undulations below ground during an earthquake. Each page presents an image sequence that pulsates and ripples in varying magnitudes, when animated through the mind’s eye or when using a GIF application on a smart device. Velocities will be featured at Kala Art Institute’s table at CODEX VII Book Fair at the Craneway Pavillion, Richmond, California, February 3 - 6.
Klein’s work will be on view in the Kala Art Institute 2019 Artist’s Annual from January 17 to March 2, 2019.
Starting on January 8th the Peephole Cinema in San Francisco will screen OUTSIDE IN a collection of three works of somatic experience of outer and inner landscapes. Works by Stacey Goodman, Gwyneth Zeleny Anderson and Minoosh Zomorodinia will be on view 24 hours a day, 7 days a week until March 9th. This show is curated by Sarah Klein and is presented in partnership with Intersection for the Arts as part of the Intersect SF series supported with funds from Grants for the Arts.
The Peephole Cinema received an Intersect SF grant from Intersection for the Arts. The grant will support a series of screenings at the cinema into the early Spring of 2019.
Klein was chosen as one of the Fall 2018 Ucross Foundation Artist-in-Residence.
Klein received a grant from Invoking the Pause an environmental program that cultivates innovative ideas to address climate change. She is working in collaboration with investigative journalist Mark Schapiro to create an animation to compliment Schapiro’s new book Seeds of Resistance: The Fight to Save Our Foods Supply. Their animation will be launched later in the Fall.
Klein is quoted on Exploring the Orange Alley Peephole Cinemas by Oddity Odysseys.
Klein's work is included in the publication 23 Sandy Gallery Exhibition Archive 2007-2017. This boxed set of catalogs showcases 10 years of themed exhibitions of limited-edition arts books, broadsides, letterpress printing and calligraphy from around the world.
The piece No More Goodbyes will be included in the AGA LAB Prints 60 Years exhibition featuring 100+ artists who have worked at AGA LAB at different times and with various techniques. The show opens at BOUWput Gallery in Amsterdam on September 14th with a welcome from the director and a round-table discussion. The show will be on view until October 12, 2018.
Klein is delighted to have her print Take Flight grace the cover of Kristin Berger's new book of poetry Echolocation. Forthcoming from Cirque Press on August 25th.
Klein's print work is part of the art collection in Blackwell Hall a new dorm for incoming Freshman on the University of California Berkeley campus. The print piece originated from the cells of her stop-motion animation Misty Quartet.
Six large-scale silkscreen and digital prints are now installed at Stiles Hall on the University of California, Berkeley campus. This project was organized and curated by the Metropolitan Gallery Fine Art Consulting agency in Austin, TX.
Klein was interviewed about the San Francisco Peephole Cinema for a television broadcast on Telemundo 48.
The Gradients sketchbook is currently on tour in a mobile library with hundreds of other sketchbooks as part of The Sketchbook Project. Tour stops include The Distillery Historic District in Toronto, Hyde Park Art Center in Chicago, Governers Island, New York and Ponce City Market in Atlanta.
The anthology On the Edge. Work by Playa Residents 2017 includes two of Klein's monoprints. Published by Playa, Summer Lake, OR.
The Kala Art Institute gallery is proud to present Skinnable Shadows, featuring the new work by 2017-2018 Kala Media Arts Fellowship artists. This exhibition, which runs from May 10 to July 7th, presents a group of innovative artists working in and across video, sound, performance cinema, and installation. These artists piloted this new program, a creative residency at Kala to create multi-media projects that culminate in Kala gallery public programming. In this exhibition Klein will debut a new collaborative work with David Kwan titled Among Points, Along Lines.
The Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor gives Secrets Kids Know...and Adults Oughta Learn the Best New Book of the Year award. Klein illustrated the book and worked with her father Allen Klein on the project.
Three works from Klein's monoprint series will be presented at the International Contemporary Printmaking Exhibition and Forum 2018, Luxembourg April 19 - May 1
Klein was interviewed on The Wine Road podcast about her illustrations for The Local Foods Wheel.
Faster Firecracker is included in the touring international print exhibition Global Matrix IV. Juried by Kathryn Reeves, Kimberly Vito, Sean Caulfield and Craig Martin. Global Matrix IV will be on view at the Galleries at Cleveland State University, OH March 9 - Apr 21.
California Bountiful interviews Klein about her work on The Local Foods Wheel.
Klein is included in a video compilation of recollections related to Temescal Amity Works (a project of fieldfaring by Ted Purves and Susanne Cockrell). Klein shared a memory of her longstanding performative piece The Bread Project. The video is part of the exhibition You Had To Be There at Swissnex Gallery in San Francisco Feb 8 - Apr 20
Klein's book Rotationals has been added to The Spencer Collection at the New York Public Library. The collection surveys the illustrated word and book bindings of all periods.
Klein received a 2017-2018 Media Arts Residency Award from the Kala Art Institute. The six-month residency will be in the collaboration with David Kwan and will culminate with an exhibition in May 2018
New illustrations to be published in Secrets Kids Know...and adults oughta learn by Allen Klein. Published by Viva Editions and available in paperback, Kindle or audiobook form on September 12
The book Rotationals was recently added to the Special Collections Artist Book Library at Reed College and the UCLA Art Library.
Exhibiting in Oppler at Transmitter Gallery, Brooklyn, New York. On view from Mar 31 - May 7
Klein received a Spring 2017 Artist-in-Residence at Playa, Summer Lake, Oregon.
Faster Firecracker is included in the international print exhibition Global Matrix IV. Juried by Kathryn Reeves, Kimberly Vito, Sean Caulfield and Craig Martin. Fountain Gallery in Downtown Lafayette and Ringel Gallery at the Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, US from Jan 9 - Feb 18, 2017. Catalog available
Work on view in Kala Artists' Annual, Berkeley, CA from Oct 27 - Dec 17
Featured on KQED Arts "Local Foods Wheel Creators on Love and Locavores" by Hiya Swanhuyser
Sarah Klein will unveil a new risograph book and present her work at AGA LAB, Amsterdam from Sept 29, 5:00-7:00
arrive yesterday, every moment, a first. Prints by Sarah Klein and poems by Erin Wilson published on 7x7. Click here to visit
Winter Artist at Djerassi Artist Resident Program, Woodside, CA
Presenting Split Second Invitations at Intersection for the Arts, San Francisco, CA