During the month of March Ever Gold Gallery is pleased to announce a break from their traditional programming, instead, offering a plethora of environmental explorations in the spirit of Arts communities of Paris in the 1920’s and SOHO in the 1960’s. Their goal is to activate Ever Gold into a hub of artistic activity through three weeks of interactive installations, performances, lectures and music.
This sounds like they’ve got it all planned out for you. All you got to do is stop being a lame and get your ass to Ever Gold.
Events on the: 10th-12th, 16th-19th, 25th-26th.
Roll Up Gallery is proud to present:
“Strapped – Wrapped – Rapped” recent work by Terry Hoff
“Pop or surrealism,painting or collage, inside or outside, real or unreal,familiar or unfamiliar, bad or good, past or future, just present.” Futurism, mineralogy, surface fetish, wiley coyote, the road runner and disney all inform my reflection of the meltdown of “the American dream”. With an eye on alternative realities, through the lens of the drug
culture and utopian ideals.” — Terry Hoff
Terry’s work as been described as, ‘the face of existential angst,’ because his vivid, dynamic paintings reflect his immersion in California’s suburban-youth culture. His work has been featured in galleries everywhere from NY the UK, and the Roll-Up Gallery is delighted to bring Terry’s established talent to SF.
Terry Hoff was born in Prescott, Arizona. He attended school at San Joaquin Delta College in Stockton, California, and the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, California, where he currently teaches. Hoff will be exhibiting a collection of his recent work in his new series”strapped – wrapped – rapped”, The first 15 lucky people to arrive at Terry’s show will receive a present- painting by the artist.
Opening Friday March 18th from 7 to 10 pm
Roll Up Gallery – 161 Erie St San Francisco
When: March 18th – April 1st. Gallery open from Tuesday to Friday from 12:00 to 5:00 and during Public Works evening events.
New painting by the one, the only: Miss Van. The new title is called: “The Bunny Lover.” The Bunny is an attractive, sensuous creature that embodies everyone’s fantasies. The release of this print is limited to 60 prints, all are signed, numbered, framed and comes with a certificate. Also, his is a small giclée print on fine-art paper and comes with a white passe-partout, gilded, hand-made frame and protective methacrylate sheet. It is presented in a red cardboard box with Miss Van’s signature on the lid. The release of this print is to coincide with the Chinese New Year of the Rabbit for 2001!
To purchase yours visit here.
And since we’re on the topic of Miss Van she will have a show starting on March 19th in France. After three years of absence from the French artistic scene, Miss Van has finally come back to her home country with a new series of works. Following her exhibitions in Los Angeles, Shanghai, and New York, Miss Van is taking a short break from her travels to show off her works in Paris.
Miss Van, true feminine figurehead of street art, started her artistic career in the streets of Toulouse. Since those early days, her style has greatly evolved, her latest series being an ode to classical painting. She has gone from painting the curvy, enticing pin-ups in the streets of Toulouse, to painting the melancholic and subtle works of this new exhibition. Her various travels and encounters have enriched her already complex world.
When: March 19th – April 30th 2011 – Opening ceremony March 19th 6pm-9pm
Girls Rock After School Program (GRASP) empowers girls ages 8-18 through music education, creation, and performance. For ten weeks, participants learn instruments, attend band practice, and go to workshops in self-defense, songwriting, and zines/comics. Each band writes their own song, records it, and performs it live at the showcase, don’t miss it!
This showcase is the culmination of 10 weeks’ worth of work. 55 girls in 12 bands will showcase their original songs written at GRASP.
Enter the drawing to win a brand new Cherry Red Gretsch Electromatic Guitar! ($600 value)
All ages! Fun!
When: Saturday, March 19, 2011 At 01:00 PM
Where: Malonga Casquelourd Center for the Arts 1428 Alice St. Oakland CA 94612
While not everybody can own an original piece by REBEL8′s Mike Giant, this recently released Peacock Poster offers a more than adequate option. Printed by Peacock Visual Arts of Scotland, the series of 90 prints is produced on Fabriano watercolor paper with an embossed monogram. 45 of the prints are available now at the REBEL8 online store with a retail price of $80 USD.
Having been commissioned back in 2006 to paint the Facebook offices in Palo Alto, David Choe’s relationship with Mark Zuckerberg continues as we see the latest acquisition from the wealthy Facebook founder. Large in size, this new commissioned piece was recently delivered to the offices, colorful and trademark Choe for sure. The price was obviously not disclosed but one can only imagine.
Source: Upper Playground
I enjoy checking in with Fafi from time to time. Saw that she has new illustrations and I just wanted to share those with you. Curious as to what is in the making for her next release, and/or project! I really wish I were in Paris for the Colette x Chanel x Fafi event!
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