Harrell Fletcher has produced a variety of socially engaged collaborative and interdisciplinary projects since the early 1990s. His work has been shown at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the de Young Museum, the Berkeley Art Museum, ArtPace, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, the Drawing Center, Socrates Sculpture Park, the Seattle Art Museum, Domain de Kerguehennec, and the Royal College of Art, among others. He was also a participant in the 2004 Whitney Biennial. From 2002 to 2009 Fletcher coproduced Learning To Love You More, a participatory website, with Miranda July. He is an associate professor of art and social practice at Portland State University in Oregon.
Artist Mark Menjivar was in an antique bookshop in Fort Wayne, Indiana, when he found 4 four-leaf clovers pressed between the yellowed pages of an aged copy of 1000 Facts Worth Knowing. Their discovery piqued Menjivar's curiosity so much that he began a multiyear exploration into the concept of luck and its intersections with belief, culture, superstition, and tradition in people’s...
American Venice, San Antonio's Spanish Missions: A Portrait , Alamo to Espada, Saving San Antonio, Balcones Heights, Chili Queens, Hay Wagons, and Fandangos, Eyes Right!, No Cause of Offence, River Walk, San Antonio, San Antonio’s Historic Plazas, Parks, and River Walk, The Spanish Missions of San Antonio, C. H. Guenther & Son at 150 Years, Saint Mark’s Episcopal Church, Maverick