SOUTHERN EXPOSURE - CATHARINE CLARK - FFDG
WHITE WALLS - ELECTRIC AVENUE
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Southern Exposure at Hotel des Arts: Jenny Chapman and Mark A. Reigelman II - Manifest Destiny!
Comment by AB: Jenny Chapman and Mark A. Reigelman II stake a claim to the airspace above Le Central bistro on Bush Street by attaching a pint-sized country cabin, complete with curtains and electricity, to the side of Hotel des Arts. Gives a whole new meaning to open air living; perhaps mid-air living is more like it.
Cabin art by Jenny Chapman & Mark A. Reigelman II at Hotel des Arts.
Jenny Chapman and Mark A. Reigelman II cabin art closer.
Artists Jenny Chapman and Mark A. Reigelman II.
Cabin art by Jenny Chapman and Mark A. Reigelman II from the rear.
Catharine Clark Gallery: 21st Anniversary Exhibition - Portraiture Post Facebook.
Artists: Ray Beldner, Adam Chapman, Anthony Discenza, Chris Doyle, Scott Greene, Charles Gute, Nina Katchadourian, Kara Maria, Kambui Olujimi, Walter Robinson, Carlos & Jason Sanchez, Lincoln Schatz, Stephanie Syjuco, Masami Teraoka.
Comment by AB: Catharine Clark celebrates 21 years in the gallery business. I recall the early years, those shows in her original space on Hayes Street, typically ranging in flavor from controversial to scandalous, the more outrageous of which had lines stretching around the block on opening night. Then on to 49 Geary she went, and now officially ensconced here on Minna Street just a sculpture's throw away from the Museum of Modern Art. As they used to say in those Virginia Slims commercials, "You've come a long way, baby."
Big art by Masami Teraoka at Catharine Clark Gallery.
Art by Walter Robinson.
Chester Arnold Art.
Art by Nina Katchadourian at Catharine Clark Gallery.
Kara Maria and her art.
Twitter telegram art by Charles Gute (like it).
Chris Doyle art at Catharine Clark Gallery.
Mirror art by Andy Diaz Hope.
Ammo sculpture by Al Farrow at Catharine Clark Gallery.
Artists Al Farrow and Andy Diaz Hope out front.
Ersatz DVD art by Stephanie Syjuco (that's her, left).
Julie Heffernan art at Catharine Clark Gallery.
Art by Travis Somerville, I think.
Kambui Olujimi art, I think.
Portrait group show at Catharine Clark Gallery.
Head count - anniversary exhibition at Catharine Clark Gallery.
FFDG: Midnight on the Sun - Works by Jay Howell & Mark Whalen (Kill Pixie).
Comment by AB: Small format abounds with Mark Whalen, aka Kill Pixie, exhibiting futuristic high-gloss figurative abstractions on one side of the gallery, and on the opposite side, Jay Howell embellishing co-opted vintage paperback pages with yet another onslaught of slender eccentrics frolicking their ways through life. Stop on by.
Art by Mark Whalen aka Kill Pixie at FFDG.
Mark Whalen aka Kill Pixie art closer.
Kill Pixie and his art at FFDG.
Art by Mark Whalen aka Kill Pixie at FFDG.
Art by Jay Howell at FFDG.
Jay Howell art closer.
Artist Jay Howell adds an inscription to one of his books.
Vintage paperbacks with extruded characters by Jay Howell (like 'em).
Jay Howell art closer at FFDG.
Art by Jay Howell closer.
More close-up art by Jay Howell at FFDG.
Demographics - Jay Howell & Mark Whalen (Kill Pixie) at FFDG.
Artists: Adam Caldwell, Adam Dennis, Adam Wallacavage, Akira Beard, Alex Couwenberg, Allison Torneros, Andreanna Lakovidis, Ariel Deandrea, Arkiv Vilmansa, Aunia Kahn, Ben Horton, Blaine Fontana, Brett Amory , Brian Foster, Brian M. Viveros, Brian Donnelly, Caitlin Hacket, Carlos Chavez, Casey Gray, Cate Rangel, Charlie Immer, Chor Boogie, Christina Mrozik, Christopher Umana, Cody Hudson, Craig "Skibs" Barker, Craww, Cryptik, Dabs Myla, Dan May, Dan Quintana, David Cooley, David Flores ATC, David P. Flores, Dennis McNett, Dean McDowell, Eric Bouvet, EINE, Erik Otto, Eric Whitman, Evan Rossell, Ferris Plock, Frankie Caraccioli, Graham Nystrom, HOW NOSM, Isaac Fortoul, Jacub Gagnon, James Austin Murray, Janelle Cuba, Jason Limon, Jen Lobo, Jeff lawter, Jimmy Rodriguez, Jim Warf, JoKa, Joseph Todorovitch, Katie Wenzel, KC Ortiz, Kelly Berg, Lou Pimentel, Luke Chueh, MADSTEEZ, Marco Zamora, Mark Warren Jacques, Martin Wittfooth, Menso, Meredith Dittmar, Mike Glory, Mike Stilkey, Mr. Jago, NORM AWR MSK, N.S. David, Olek, Pedro Matos, P. Williams, Renee Lawter, Rob Hendrickson, Roland Tamayo, Sapira Cheuk, Seth Armstrong, Skinner, Tim Shelton, Tim Karpinski, Travis Lampe, Will Barras, William Zdan.
Comment by AB: The Oceanic Awareness Collaboration (aka OAC) holds its first annual traveling benefit art auction by offering a robust selection of art by an international roster of artists. Headquartered in Southern California, this non-profit organization is dedicated to raising our awareness of threats to the health our oceans, particularly having to do with the large amounts of non-biodegradable plastics that are inexorably contaminating open-sea habitats.
Art by Brian M. Viveros (right) at White Walls Gallery.
Art by Ferris Plock (two on the right).
Art at Oceanic Awareness Collaboration fundraiser.
Octopus chandelier art by Adam Wallacavage (like it).
Art by Blaine Fontana (left) - David Cooley (upper right).
Pinkie cam detail of David Colley in above image.
Art by Skinner (right) at White Walls Gallery.
Meredith Dittmar art at Oceanic Awareness Collaboration fundraiser.
Two by Casey Gray at Oceanic Awareness Collaboration fundraiser.
Boogie Birds by Chor Boogie at White Walls Gallery.
Art up for auction at Oceanic Awareness Collaboration fundraiser.
Art at White Walls Gallery.
Population sample at Oceanic Awareness Collaboration fundraiser.
Group art show at Electric Avenue Gallery.
More from group art show at Electric Avenue Gallery.
And another from group art show at Electric Avenue Gallery.
Electric Avenue Gallery frontal.