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Artist Taro Hattori’s “Obscenity” installation at theArtmrkt San Francisco Art Fair - which runs through this weekend! This year’s show is the best yet! Artists, this is a must to attend - great selection of work exhibited throughout!
For more info and ticketing info visit:http://www.art-mrkt.com/sf
Photo by Michael Cuffe for Warholian.
“Nine of Swords” by artist Peter Gronquist - interpreted from a standard Rider-Waite tarot deck.
Mixed Media: Oil, Acrylic, Plexiglass, Resin, and Paper
11” x 14”
Part of the Tarot: Art of Fortune exhibition at Modern Eden Gallery in San Francisco, curated by Warholian’s own Michael Cuffe.
Don’t miss this chance to purchase the original here: http://www.moderneden.com/collections/tarot/products/seven-of-wands
For more on Lauren, follow her here: http://www.petergronquist.com/
Tonight! One of the most ambitious public art installations The Bay Lights opens on the San Francisco/Oakland Bay Bridge! Come out to the Embarcadero to view this historic lighting! After party at Project One Gallery in the Design District of San Francisco.
This is a historic night for art, and one of the largest art installations ever produced. Do not miss it!
Note: Dress warm, and prepare for the possibility of rain.
For more information on tonight’s lighting and times, visit the official Bay Lights page here:http://thebaylights.org/event/grand-lighting-happenings/
This seems fitting given the way the tromp l’oeil character of the work is suggestive of a giant piece of corrugated iron that might have blown in from a collapsed water tank on some distant farm, only to rest precariously until the next gale lifts it into the air again.
“Artificial Moon” by artist Wang Yuyang is a sculpture composed of hundreds of energy saving light bulbs of different shapes and sizes.
Wang Yuyang, born in 1979, is an accidental new media artist. Interested in obsolete technology, an aesthetics of the broken, and material waste, his practice involves highly conceptual installation, photography, and video. Recent works have carried on the tradition of the post-sense sensibility generation, employing humorous and pseudo-spectacular tactics to interrogate the relationship between body, experience, and cognition. His work has been shown in major exhibitions and festivals across China and Europe
Joana Vasconcelos - “Lilicoptère”
at the Chateau de Versailles, 2012 Photo: Kisa Lala
Check it out on HuffPost Arts here:http://www.huffingtonpost.com/kisa-lala/marie-antoinettes-royal-m_b_1605616.html?utm_hp_ref=arts
These sculptures are made of over 50,000 matches by artist David Mach. Pretty amazing stuff…
Tonight artist Paul Chatem debuts his latest solo show “Another Man’s Hero” at Shooting Gallery, SF. Here’s an exclusive preview of some of his work…
The Facebook event page for this show:https://www.facebook.com/events/344756248905982/
Justin Giarla owner of White Walls, Shooting Gallery and 941 Geary took us on an exclusive walk through of his new gallery space recently. Remodeling has started and we’re looking forward to the future or White Walls and Shooting Gallery at this undisclosed location.
Photos by Michael Cuffe for Warholian: http://www.Facebook.com/MikeCuffe