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  • HASHIMOTO - SPOKE - TENDERLOIN MUSEUM

    06.30.16

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    Hashimoto Contemporary: Crystal Wagner - Microcosm

    Comment by AB: Crystal Wagner creates amazing dynamic fantasies with cut colored paper. Her intricate shadowbox constructions transport your mind to sensational otherworldly places. Definitely recommended.

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    Cut colored paper shadowbox sculpture by Crystal Wagner.

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    Pinkie cam detail of art in above image at Hashimoto Contemporary.

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    Cut paper fantasy-scape by Crystal Wagner.

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    Crystal Wagner and her art at Hashimoto Contemporary.

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    Cut paper art by Crystal Wagner.

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    Crystal Wagner art in two and three dimensions.

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    Overview - Crystal Wagner art show at Hashimoto Contemporary.

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    Spoke Art Gallery: Eelus - Darkside of the Rainbow

    Comment by AB: UK artist Eelus shows a selection of graceful color-rich spray paintings and screenprints.

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    Art by Eelus at Spoke Art Gallery.

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    Eelus spray paintings and screenprints.

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    Art by Eelus.

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    Ambiance - Eelus art show at Spoke Art Gallery.

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    Tenderloin Museum: Colors of the Tenderloin - Photography by Darwin Bell

    Comment by AB: Stop by and enlighten yourself about the history of the Tenderloin in the main gallery. The store area presents rotating shows by neighborhood and area artists, this month featuring photographs by Darwin Bell.

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    Photographs by Darwin Bell at the Tenderloin Museum.

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    Darwin Bell photography.

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    The main museum area - get your Tenderloin history here.

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