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The Art of Food — K Gallery, in Alameda's newly opened Rhythmix Cultural Center, is hosting a food-themed exhibit.
Works by six artists are on display, some tending more toward grotesque fascination than reverence, some purely irreverent.
Janet Delaney's photographs bring into focus the abjection of food: discarded bits of chopped meat, a spoon digging into disturbingly fleshy fruit.
Gail Skoff's black-and-white photos of produce call to mind those inelegant human zones we tend to keep covered up. And yet the lushness of the objects is also fully apparent, and Delaney and Skoff's eye for light and texture draws you into these gorgeous grotesqueries. Guy Diehl and Wendy Yoshimura show, on the other hand, a reverence for fruit's ripe beauty — Diehl's in homage to Renaissance still life, Yoshimura's through shimmeringly rendered watercolor prints of fruit in glass bowls.
By creating an international network and bringing artists together through music, RCW hopes to foster cultural exchange and awareness. From Cuban o Japanese music, from American musicians got to experience the magic of Sado Island and the talented Kodo drummers, to African music
(Through July 29 at Rhythmix Cultural Center, 2513 Blanding Ave., Alameda; Rhythmix.org or 510-845-5060.)
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