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Yerba Buena Center for the Arts to Screen the Film Our City Dreams by Chiara Clemente
Ghada Amer, one of five women artists profiled in Chiara Clemente’s OUR CITY DREAMS. Photo Credit: First Run Features.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA.- The film chronicles 5 successful women artists, of all ages and backgrounds, as they make art and life in New York City.

Swoon, the youngest, exhibits cut-outs directly on city walls and subways, exuding boundless idealism and energy. Cairo-born Ghada Amer mixes media to confront sexual taboos that cross cultural boundaries. Kiki Smith creates wildly influential paintings and sculptures; Marina Abramovic is a performance art pioneer who often uses her own body as a canvas. And Nancy Spero melds art and activism to become, in her own words, “a woman warrior.”

Having grown up watching her father, Francisco Clemente, at work in his studios, Chiara Clemente lends her special knowledge of how artists work to this film. Perhaps it is that background, or maybe just her love for art, that enables her to create thorough portraits of these extraordinary woman, each at a different point in their career. From New Jersey to Cairo and back again, Clemente is privy to the creative process and everyday lives that have shaped the women into the artists they are today.

Our City Dreams - 701 Mission St., San Francisco, CA 94103 -YBCA Screening Room

Thu, Apr 9 – Sat, Apr 11: 7:30 pm
Sun, Apr 12: 2:00pm









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IMA Receives 125 Significant Works of Art as Gifts in Celebration of its 125th Anniversary

Claude Léveque's Installation "Le Grand Soir" will Represent France at the 53rd Venice Biennale

Getty Museum and Museo Archeologico Nazionale Announce Long-term Cultural Collaboration

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Cutting-edge Photographers From Canada and Mexico Compete for $50,000 Grange Prize

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Sculpture Displays Take Shape: Internationally Renowned Cultural Figures Unveil their Plans

Jazz Quilts at the American Folk Art Museum's Branch Location at Lincoln Square

Tate Britain Brings Together Two of the World's Most Iconic and Influential Painters, JMW Turner and Mark Rothko

Public Art Fund Talks: Rachel Harrison at the New School on March 25

Photographs of Jewish Life and Loss in Poland to Open at Detroit Institute of Arts

Yerba Buena Center for the Arts to Screen the Film Our City Dreams by Chiara Clemente

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Annual BFA/MFA Candidates' Theses Exhibition to Open at the Snite Museum of Art

1998 Charlotte Street Visual Artist Award Fellow Anne Lindberg Selected to Attend International Residency Program

Famed Irish Playwright J.M. Synge is Celebrated in New Series at The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts

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3.- Meet the ancestors: Exhibition at Bordeaux gallery reveals faces of prehistoric humans

4.- Getty Foundation and partners launch free of charge online art collection catalogues

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7.- O'Keeffe painting sells for more than three times the previous world auction record for any female artist

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