MARK WOLFE - ARTISTS ALLEY - 1:AM
FECAL FACE DOT - INCLINE - FABRIC8
BELLJAR - WONDERLAND SF - LOWER HATERS
(with assistance from RWM)
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Mark Wolfe Contemporary Art: Reconfigured. Curated by Jacob Tillman.
Artists: Gerald Davis, Mari Eastman, Bryson Gill, Todd Lanam, Allison Schulnik, Lauren Silva.
Comment by AB: Group show themed on perceptions of physical space. Take that and run with it...
Art by Lauren Silva.
Take that, clown art lovers! Art by Allison Schulnik.
Lauren Silva art.
Prominent balding dog butt art by Gerald Davis.
Art by Bryson Gill, left.
The Artists Alley Gallery: On The Edge - Erotic Photography Exhibition.
Photographers: Mariah Carle, Phyllis Christopher, Eugene Frankel, Todd C Hartman, S.N. Jacobson, Chas K, Peter Keresztury, Thomas Landon, Chi Lum, Fakir Musafar, Retrotie, Michael Rosen, Craig Scoffone, David Steinberg, Chuck Stevens, Tomfoolery, Johnnie Welborn.
Review by RWM: Wow. So much, but wondrous just the same. There are the occasional surprises and shockers here and there along the walls upon walls crammed with pictures of mostly naked ladies. Outrageous, but also sublime at times.
Comment by AB: More erectile tissue than you can shake a stick at, the whole shootin' match courtesy of the fine folks over at Erotic Art Events.
Erotic photography (and more) at Artists Alley.
Michael Rosen (standing, right) discusses his photography.
Unusual illuminated photographs by Todd C Hartman.
No expense spared on the hors d'oeuvres.
Photographs by Chi Lum.
Erotic photography by Tomfoolery.
Long view - erotic photography show at Artists Alley.
1:AM Gallery: Outside In.
Artists: Buter, Jurne, Ufo, Want, Keb, Chez, more.
Comment by AB: Indoor examples of artworks you normally see outdoors in actual size and detail. Normally way up the sides of buildings or otherwise inaccessible for intimate viewing, here you get an opportunity to study 'em close up.
Outdoor art indoors at 1:AM gallery.
Outdoor mural art.
Fecal Face Dot Gallery: Corey Arnold - FISH-WORK.
Review by RWM: Nice to see captured the life of the fisherman and beleagured fish. Animal totems and spirit guides are also present to help understand the experience. One will also experience the solitude and awe of the great blue beyond. The artist does not take the subject too seriously, also interjecting humor, and at times captures the depth of connection one can have with the sea. The bloody fish picture however also speaks volumes about our treatment of wild creatures, with fish rarely ever being considered as other than food. Billions depend upon fish as a food source, and through the damage we have done to the ocean and fish populations, the effects on those billions shows. There is however a middle ground with information from local aquariums and other informed organizations and individuals about how to eat seafood sustainably, and here it is nice to see that subject examined in plain sight. The fisherman as well as the sea life want fish to be there and be plentiful.
Photography by Corey Arnold.
Photograph by Corey Arnold.
Corey Arnold and his photography at Fecal Face Dot Gallery.
High seas photography by Corey Arnold.
Corey Arnold photographic literature available at the gallery.
Incline Gallery: It Felt Like a Kiss.
Artists: Nora Aoyagi, Leah Dai Brawley, Gina M. Contreras.
Comment by AB: Works on paper by three Bay Area artists assess the impending implications of Valentine's Day and its primary byproduct... love.
Art by Nora Aoyagi.
Nora Aoyagi art.
Art by Nora Aoyagi.
Art by Nora Aoyagi (4 on left) - Gina M. Contreras (right).
Art by Leah Dai Brawley (2 on right).
Art by Gina M. Contreras (left).
Art by Zenaida at BellJar.
One more from art by Zenaida at BellJar Gallery.
Small format group show, Hot Fudge, at Fabric8 Gallery.
One more from group show, Hot Fudge, at Fabric8 Gallery.
Group show at Wonderland SF.
More from group show at Wonderland SF.
Wonderland SF group show continued.
Yet more from group show at Wonderland SF.
Last one from Wonderland SF group show.
Johnny Roughneck & crew at Lower Haters Gallery.
More art from Johnny Roughneck & co. at Lower Haters.
Johnny Roughneck & crew group show at Lower Haters Gallery.
Last one from Love/Hate group show at Lower Haters Gallery.