Napa, CA 94559
About di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art
di Rosa’s quest is to engage people of all ages in ideas that matter through the art of our time. We do this by presenting compelling exhibitions coupled with extensive educational programs and strategic partnerships serving thousands of residents in this community. Central to our work are the participation of artists and the spirit of experimentation, collaboration, inclusion, and our community.
di Rosa features multiple galleries, a sculpture park, and a 35-acre lake, located on 217 scenic acres in Napa Valley’s famed Carneros region that are protected in perpetuity under the Napa County Land Trust. di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art is located at 5200 Sonoma Highway, Napa. The galleries are open Wednesday through Sunday, 10 a.m.–4 p.m. For more information, visit dirosaart.org.
JANUARY 29 - JUNE 28, 2020
Davina Semo: Core Reflections
Davina Semo’s exhibition Core Reflections marks one of two inaugural projects in di Rosa’s Conversation Pieces series. The San Francisco-based artist works across two and three dimensions, often utilizing industrial materials that examine tensions between nature, society and the self.
FEBRUARY 22 - DECEMBER 27, 2020
Jim Drain: Membrane
Jim Drain’s long-term installation Membrane marks one of two inaugural projects in di Rosa’s Conversation Pieces series and the artist’s first solo commission in Northern California. Drain was a member of Forcefield, a seminal Providence, Rhode Island-based collective active from 1996-2002 that explored the merging of music, performance, film, and installation into one platform.
MAY 13 - NOVEMBER 29 2020
After decades of intermittent attention, Deborah Remington’s work is undergoing a steady rediscovery. Best known for her unusual mix of abstraction and illusionism, Remington’s paintings crystallize flatness and depth into luminous, hard-edged compositions that resemble machines, emblems, or shields.