Photo Feature: Sen2, “A Declaration of Color,” at 1AM Gallery

1AM Gallery’s current show, “A Declaration of Color,” features a wide array of mixed media works on canvas, limited edition prints, and installation by celebrated New York-based graffiti artist, Sandro Figueroa Garcia, Sen2. Sen2’s particular aesthetic as well as his unique graffiti and letter style carefully developed throughout his long career make intriguing references to his Puerto Rican […]

“Quentin vs. Coen” at Spoke Art

07.16.2014
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Including original artworks from painting, sculpture, and limited edition screen prints by over 60 participating artists, “Quentin vs. Coen” group show at Spoke Art gallery pays tribute to the films directed by Quentin Tarantino and the Coen Brothers. At times the group show could be seen as antithetic to its title, there is little of a battle taking […]

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Photo Feature: Sen2, “A Declaration of Color,” at 1AM Gallery

07.15.2014
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1AM Gallery’s current show, “A Declaration of Color,” features a wide array of mixed media works on canvas, limited edition prints, and installation by celebrated New York-based graffiti artist, Sandro Figueroa Garcia, Sen2. Sen2’s particular aesthetic as well as his unique graffiti and letter style carefully developed throughout his long career make intriguing references to his Puerto Rican […]

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Photo Feature: “Spectrum” at Ian Ross Gallery

07.08.2014
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Instead of a curated group show composed of work by three artists, Ian Ross Gallery says “Spectrum” currently on view for the month of July and August is instead comprised of separate “mini solo shows” that divide its large, multi-level exhibition space in three. In this way, audiences enter the single gallery as a vehicle by which to experience participating […]

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Modernism from the National Gallery of Art: The Robert and Jane Meyerhoff Collection at the de Young Museum

06.22.2014
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Modernism from the National Gallery of Art: The Robert and Jane Meyerhoff Collection, now on view at San Francisco’s de Young Museum is a presentation modest in number, but grand in both its breadth and scope; illustrating critical stages and achievements of postwar, American modern art. Within just several gallery spaces hang 46 predominantly large-scale paintings and sculptures promised or already gifted […]

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Leah Rosenberg, COLOR BAR, Artist in Residence at Little Paper Planes

06.16.2014
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San Francisco Art Enthusiast walks into Little Paper Planes’ store at 855 Valencia Street in the popular Mission neighborhood to meet with owner Kelly Lynn Jones and participate in COLOR BAR, current Artist resident, San Francisco-based Leah Rosenberg‘s experimental seven course artistic experience. While we wait for the 6 o’clock appointment made a few days […]

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Photo Feature: Gauntlet Gallery, “Daft Punk Deux”

06.11.2014
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Since the release of their debut album Homework in 1997, Daft Punk, comprised of musicians Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter, have been at the forefront of  the contemporary electronic music genre. Last year Daft Punk released its first studio album in eight years, Random Access Memories, winning five Grammys including Album of the Year, as well as Record […]

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