The Common Threads series, run by the Red Dot Gallery, showcases three artists whose work shares threads of similar themes. The series starts its third installment next month with a trio of artists with “the unique ability to project a critical view of humanity’s social fabric”, according to the Gallery. The artists featured in this installment are Colombia-based artist Alejandro Naranjo, Sacramento-based artist Mark Fox and Benicia-based artist Joseph Mele. Their depictions of humanity are considered in line with artists like Ben Shahn, Rico Lebrun, Leonard Baskin, Sandro Chia, and George Baselitz.
The show starts April 1st and runs until May 2nd. There will be a Second Saturday Reception on April 11th from 6 to 9 pm. Red Dot Gallery is located at 2231 J Street, Ste. 101, Sacramento, CA. Gallery hours are Tuesday – Saturday, 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.