ANDREA SCHWARTZ - DOGPATCH CAFE
KADIST SF - SFMOMA
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Andrea Schwartz Gallery: Danše Anderson - The Conversation.
Comment by AB: Appealing abstracts by Danše Anderson incorporate representations of memories, snippets of language, and rudimentary objects, symbols and forms, the sum total of which coalesce into spontaneous intuitive frolics.
Art by Danše Anderson at Andrea Schwartz Gallery.
Art by Danše Anderson.
Detail of art in above image.
Danše Anderson and her art at Andrea Schwartz Gallery.
Art by Danše Anderson.
Danše Anderson art.
Playing field - Danše Anderson art show at Andrea Schwartz Gallery.
Dogpatch Cafe: Ghost Bike - A Photographic Journey by Genea Barnes.
Comment by AB: "Ghost bikes" memorialize riders who have lost their lives in bicycle accidents. Some of the images in this show are of actual memorials; others are digitally enhanced with photographic "apparitions" to remind viewers that precious human lives have been lost. Every year, over 600 cyclists lose their lives in accidents and over 50,000 more are injured. Let's do what we can to keep each other safe.
Photography by Genea Barnes at Dogpatch Cafe.
Photograph by Genea Barnes closer.
Genea Barnes and her bicycle memorial photographs at Dogpatch Cafe.
Photography by Genea Barnes.
Ghost Bike photograph by Genea Barnes closer.
Genea Barnes photographs.
Kadist San Francisco: Fault Lines. Curated by Constance Lewallen.
Video artists: Richard Billingham, Keren Cytter, Chto Delat, Mona Hatoum, Valťrie Mrťjen, Ryan Trecartin.
Comment by AB: The videos in this group show "consider the myriad problems besetting the contemporary family."
Video by Chto Delat at Kadist SF.
Chto Delat video.
Fishtank - video by Richard Billingham.
Group video show at Kadist SF.
Comment by AB: Tonight's wingding is in honor of the 2012 SECA (Society for the Encouragement of Contemporary Art) Art Award winners, Zarouhie Abdalian, Josh Faught, Jonn Herschend and David Wilson, and celebrates the opening of their exhibitions. For the first time in the award's history, the artists will create work outside of the museum setting. Visit the SFMOMA website for details and locations.
Here we are - SFMOMA SECA awards celebration at The Chapel on Valencia Street.
MC Heather Holt (left), John Herschend (center) at SFMOMA SECA party.
Entertainment in above image closer.
Turnout for SFMOMA SECA celebration at The Chapel, Valencia Street, SF CA.