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Photos: ‘Turn the Page’ Reception at Crocker Art Museum

Sculpture by Scott Musgrove (Photo courtesy of Sheri DeBow) The packed opening reception for "Turn the Page: The First Ten Years of Hi-Fructose" featured appearances from featured artists like Jennybird Alcantara and Mark Dean Veca, who created the installation "Maddest Hatter" just for this incarnation of the exhibit, along with Hi-Fructose co-founders Attaboy and Annie Owens. The Crocker Art Museum hosts the exhibit through Sept. 17.


Photo by John Mosbaugh

The packed opening reception for “Turn the Page: The First Ten Years of Hi-Fructose” featured appearances from featured artists like Jennybird Alcantara and Mark Dean Veca, who created the installation “Maddest Hatter” just for this incarnation of the exhibit, along with Hi-Fructose co-founders Attaboy and Annie Owens. The Crocker Art Museum hosts the exhibit through Sept. 17.


Photo by John Mosbaugh


Mark Dean Veca and Jennybird signing exhibition books. (Photo by John Mosbaugh)

The full list of featured artists includes Jennybird Alcantara, Barnaby Barford, Chris Berens, Tim Biskup, Tiffany Bozic, Ray Caesar, Victor Castillo, Beth Cavener, Kevin Cyr, Wim Delvoye, Gehard Demetz, Brian Dettmer, Fulvio Di Piazza, Ron English, Shepard Fairey, AJ Fosik, Camille Rose Garcia, Jeremy Geddes, Sam Gibbons, Femke Hiemstra, Scott Hove, James Jean, Audrey Kawasaki, Josh Keyes, Kris Kuksi, Travis Louie, Kate MacDowell, MARS-1, Marco Mazzoni, Brian McCarty, Tara McPherson, Scott Musgrove, Yoshitomo Nara, Lisa Nilsson, Olek, Parra, Marion Peck, Jean-Pierre Roy, Mark Ryden, Todd Schorr, Greg “Craola” Simkins, Tracey Snelling, Jeff Soto, Kazuki Takamatsu, Gary Taxali, Mark Dean Veca, Nicola Verlato, Wayne White, Kehinde Wiley, Martin Wittfooth and Erwin Wurm.


Artists Marcos Sorensen and Isabel Samaras (Photo by John Mosbaugh)


Beth Cavener (Photo by John Mosbaugh)

Here’s a list of more upcoming events tied to “Turn the Page”:
July 13th:
Sugar Rush Art Mix Event
July 15th: Hi-Fructose Founders in Conversation

See more from the first run of the exhibit here.


“Rosie’s Tea Party” by Ryden (Photo by John Mosbaugh)


Photo by Sheri DeBow


Photo by Sheri DeBow


Theremin maestro Robert Silverman and Wim Delvoye sculpture (Photo by Sheri DeBow)


Painting by Todd Schorr (Photo by Sheri DeBow)


Jennybird (Photo by Sheri DeBow)


Sculpture by Scott Hove (Photo by Sheri DeBow)


Tracey Snelling’s “Night Alley” (Photo by Sheri DeBow)


Painting by Mark Dean Veca (Photo by Sheri DeBow)


Travis Louie (Photo by Sheri DeBow)


Artists Sheri DeBow and Jennybird (Photo courtesy of Sheri DeBow)


Hi-Fructose co-founder Attaboy (Photo courtesy of Sheri DeBow)



Sculpture by Demetz (Photo courtesy of Sheri DeBow)


Painting by Tim Biskup (Photo courtesy of Sheri DeBow)


Painting by Victor Castillo (Photo courtesy of Sheri DeBow)


Sculpture by Scott Musgrove (Photo courtesy of Sheri DeBow)


Painting by Vasilis Avramidis (Photo courtesy of Sheri DeBow)


Sculpture by Kris Kuksi (Photo courtesy of Sheri DeBow)


HF co-founder Annie Owens and John Mosbaugh (Photo courtesy of Sheri DeBow)


Painting by Jeff Soto (Photo courtesy of Sheri DeBow)


Painting by Kehinde Wiley (Photo courtesy of Sheri DeBow)


Chris Berens (Photo courtesy of Sheri DeBow)


Tiffany Bozic (Photo courtesy of Sheri DeBow)

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