Luca Antonucci is a visual artist living and working in San Francisco. He is co-founder of the publishing practice Colpa Press and a resident artist at Basement.
He received his BA from The University of San Francisco and his MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute. He has had solo exhibitions at City Limits and Cain Schulte in San Francisco, as well as Pro Arts in Oakland. He has participated in group exhibitions at Southern Exposure, San Francisco; Bass and Reiner, San Francisco; San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery; Et al., San Francisco; Royal Nonesuch, Oakland; Pacific Northwest College of Art, Portland; and The Reinstitute, Baltimore.
Colpa Press is now the collaborative practice of Luca Antonucci and David Kasprzak. They publish art books, limited edition prints, and objects, often working with artists on unique projects. Colpa is also a design and print shop in San Francisco’s Mission District.
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Colpa Books and Video is a bookstore and exhibition space located at 716 Sacramento St in San Francisco’s Chinatown.
CB&V opened to the public on March 16th and has since hosted the launch of Colpa’s own CIVIC TV Vol.4. A video art compilation on VHS designed by Marianne Poinsot and featuring the work of Tauba Auerbach, David Bayus, Ivan Iannoli, Alyssa Lempesis and Tom Richardson. On May 11th, CB&V will open an exhibition of David King’s sculptures. Colpa Books & Video is open to the public Th-Su 12-6 and by appointment M-W.
All photos courtesy of Luca Antonucci and Colpa Books and Video.