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LUGGAGE STORE - ALTER SPACE
FOULADI - SOUTHERN EXPOSURE
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The Luggage Store Gallery: The Source - Brian Longe
Comment by AB: Maze-like meshes of fantasy and reality. Journeys to the far reaches of the mind. Start at the beginning and finish everywhere at once. Three sizes-- big, bigger and whoa baby.
Art by Brian Longe at The Luggage Store.
Big art by Brian Longe.
Brian Longe (right) and associate + art at The Luggage Store.
Even larger art by Brian Longe.
Smaller Brian Longe works on paper on display in the mezzanine gallery.
Perspective - Brian Longe art show at The Luggage Store Gallery.
Alter Space: Mind Control
Exhibitors: 696969 (Reno), Alter Space (San Francisco), Bug (Queens, New York), Alter Space (San Francisco), Casemore Kirkeby (San Francisco), CTRL+SHFT (Oakland), Deli Gallery (New York), Hilde (Los Angeles), MANIAC (Oakland), Nook Gallery (Oakland), Quality (Oakland), SPF15 (San Diego), Y2K (Oakland).
Comment by AB: We've got two major art fairs going on this weekend, so how 'bout a third? Here's an alternative option for auspicious up-and-comers, both galleries and artists.
Art on a carpet by Brook Hsu at Deli Gallery.
Alexandria Tarver art up close at Deli Gallery.
Art by Willie Young at Quality Gallery.
Anna Schachte art at Hilde.
Sculpture by Stef Halmos at Alter Space.
Art by Johanna Friedman at Hilde.
Relative density - Mind Control art fair at Alter Space.
Fouladi Projects: Coming Clean San Francisco
Artists: Amy Wilson Faville, Elizabeth Lo, Danielle Nelson Mourning, Joel Daniel Phillips, Ramekon O'Arwisters, Yon Sim, Kathryn Spence, SOUND MADE PUBLIC.
Comment by AB: Artists call our attention to the plight of the homeless with the intent to get us talking about what we can do to improve the quality of their lives. A collaboration between Fouladi Projects and Lava Mae.
Life-sized graphite drawings by Joel Daniel Phillips at Fouladi Projects.
Portraits of the homeless (not sure who the photographer is).
Amy Wilson Faville and her mixed-media collage at Fouladi Projects.
Pinkie cam detail of art in above image (nicely done).
Installation by Danielle Nelson Mourning. You think your on your way up, but when you get to the middle, the stairs tip down and you find yourself right back where you started.
Southern Exposure: Sooner or Later - Non-Euclidean Visions of the Future as a Place to Be. Curated by Torreya Cummings.
Artists: Bonanza, Sofia C�rdova, Jader, Grace Rosario Perkins, Richard-Jonathan Nelson.
Comment by AB: Artists envision the future. Leave our future to others and anything can happen. Ample images of the show's art and installations on the SoEx website, but none credit or identify the artists. Hello? Anybody home?
Art by Grace Rosario Perkins at Southern Exposure.
Portrait art by Jader.
Art/installation by Richard-Jonathan Nelson.
Video by Sofia C�rdova.
Video by Bonanza (I think).
Installation by Sofia C�rdova.
Art in above image closer.