Get ready for the latest exhibition to hit SF’s Guerrero Gallery this Saturday. First is Ryan Wallace’s oddly titled (((Ω.))) show. The New York artist brings his signature works where the pieces literally curl off the canvas due to its unique Mylar layering. There will also be site specific works that utilize the natural lighting of the gallery featuring a series of light reflective paintings. In the project space, Hilary Pecis displays her digital landscape collages created from various Internet found images entitled Half Truths […]
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Last Saturday night saw the grand opening of San Francisco’s newest and very highly anticipated art space, Guerrero Gallery (previewed). Founded by Andres Guerrero, artist (covered) and former partner/owner of White Walls, Guerrero Gallery is looking to break new and exciting ground in the Mission district and judging by opening, is off to a great start. The “Inaugural Group Show” features a staple of AM favorites including Shepard Fairey (covered), AJ Fosik (covered), Richard Colman, Adam 5100 (covered), Cleon Peterson (covered), Mike Giant (covered) and […]
The San Francisco art scene is about to gain a fresh face as our friend Andres Guerrero will be opening up a new haven for artists to exhibit in. The Guerrero Gallery will start up this Friday, March 6th (7 pm) with an inaugural group show that includes artists Brian Willmont, Christopher Russell, Richard Colman, Aaron Noble, Ryan Scott Schaffer, Tim Diet, Ryan Wallace, Rogelio Martinez, Adam 5100, Hilary Pecis, Mark Mulroney, Ala Ebtekar, Eric Yahnker, AJ Fosik, Mike LeSage, Allister Lee, Cleon Peterson, Ryan […]
Of course, during Armory Week, there are plenty of other fairs in addition to the main Armory show. One of AM’s perennial favorites is Pulse, which is dedicated to showing only contemporary artists, and thus always feels fresh and new. One booth we’re looking forward to seeing at Pulse this year is Morgan Lehman, who will be showing exciting young artists including Paul Wackers, Eric Beltz, Andrew Schoultz and Ryan Wallace. See preview images, after the jump.
Brooklyn’s one-and-only Cinders will start off the decade tomorrow by taking a new look at artists living and working in “the city that never sleeps” in their show entitled “Know New York.” Artist and Cinders cofounder Sto took on the role of curator and handpicked the varied and impressive roster, which features Diane Barcelowsky, Hisham Bharoocha, Robin Cameron, Raul Denieves, Andrew Guenther, Maya Hayuk, Eli Lehrhoff, Dennis McNett, Cameron Michel, Leif Parsons, Carly Rabalais, Johnathan Rosen, Leif Ritchey, Ryan Wallace and Eric White (interviewed). Check […]