We are happy to share this interview with Director Jennifer DeCarlo and a San Diego-based podcast, Keep the Channel Open. The audio-document is one in a growing series of ongoing interviews lead by Mike Mike Sakasegawa. The podcast is fairly new, but proving a poignant and thoughtful contribution to the budding San Diego art scene.
This April, the Gallery celebrates its 5-Year Anniversary. Special thanks to our Artists for their work & our Patrons for their support.
We are here because of YOU.
jdc Fine Art will be celebrating this milestone all month with a look back at work we have exhibited at the Gallery on our Instagram feed. To join the recap, follow @jdcFineArt and the #jdcCelebrates5. Be sure to "like" your favorites and contact the gallery to bring a work offline and into YOUR personal collection.Read More
Larry Lytle of Black & White Magazine authored a 2-page story on Director, Jennifer DeCarlo, in the April issue. We were the first subject in a new column on Art Dealers. We are honored by the coverage; excerpt follows.
DeCarlo feels a sense of responsibility to the larger art community. She explains, “I’m trying to cultivate the next generation of artists as well as cultural consumers. Keeping a gallery open to the public is very important to a sustainable and healthy cultural community . . . We vet, make sense of and help decode the current work. We provide the viewer a place to see the work, mark it in time and place, and create a history through exhibitions.” - Larry LytleRead More
jdc Fine Art Director, Jennifer DeCarlo, is the feature of Photograph Magazine’s In Profile column by Sarah Schmerler. Many thanks to Sarah and the Photograph team for their attention to the Gallery, our Artists, and programming.
DeCarlo’s eclectic stable favors work with complex and often elegiac narratives, including imagery by Mexican-born Tatiana Parcero, who overlays images of her own body with cosmological maps and anatomical diagrams, and Paul Turounet, whose recent exhibition at the New Mexico State University Art Gallery displayed his photographs of illegal immigrants on an actual wall salvaged from the border between the U.S. and Mexico. “The border is just 20 minutes from my house,” says DeCarlo. “We should just have as our motto ‘Let Art Lead The Way.’ I may run this gallery by myself, but I almost always use the plural when I refer to what we do here. It’s the artists, and all the collaborators, and all the vast issues that surround us. It’s not just me.”