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SF 5/7-6/19 GRAPHIC ATTACK Art Show




1:AM is pleased to present “Graphic Attack” at 1:AM Gallery, San Francisco’s renowned gallery dedicated to exhibiting urban and street art.
A group exhibition featuring works by Cope2, CernYMI, Ces, Cycle, Doze Green, Greg Haberny, Hydro74, KeoTC5, Mare139, Morning Breath, PureTFP, Siloette, TrustoCorp, Queen Andrea, Shepard Fairey and Wane One
1:Am is pleased to present “Graphic Attack!”, an explosive group exhibition co-curated by Melissa McCaig-Welles and Andrea von Bujdoss, highlighting an exciting clash of techniques and styles, by 15 of the most prolific experts in urban art and graphic design. The collective display of works by these graffiti artists and graphic designers promises to be a fierce outbreak of complex imagery infused by intense and innovative personal artistic styles.
As contemporary urban art evolves, traditional elements of graffiti are inventively transformed, while graphic design progresses towards highly innovative and bombastic styles. These burgeoning artforms share a symbiotic relationship based on relentless thought-provoking communication as well as redefining and expanding subversive visual language. This show will honor these styles, which are pushing boundaries and contributing to the evolution of graphic art and graffiti.
This exhibition of works will include mixed media works including prints, paintings, drawings, sculpture and installation. Works will be of various price points, making the art accessible to both serious collectors and fans.
Exhibition will run May 7, 2010- June 19, 2010
About 1AM Gallery
About 1:AM: 1:AM, short for First Amendment, is a gallery dedicated to street and urban art. Monthly themed exhibitions will feature artists locally and globally. In addition to gallery exhibitions, 1:AM offers classes ranging from demystifying graffiti, to creating toys, to giving students a hands-on mural experience. With the gallery, classes, and a veteran mural production team, 1:AM strives to be a pillar of San Francisco that embraces and highlights the positive aspects of urban and street art to youth and art lovers alike. When visiting 1:AM, check out the wide selection of art, toys, clothing, and art supplies.

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