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Rena Bransten Gallery: Sam Perry - Seeing but Never Meeting
Comment by AB: Sam Perry's imposing knotted twisting carved wood sculptures exude a real sense of strength, brawn, sureness and permanency about them.
Hefty wood sculpture by Sam Perry at Rena Bransten Gallery.
Blossoming carved wood sculpture by Sam Perry.
Sam Perry and his sculpture in top image closer at Rena Bransten Gallery.
Wood sculpture by Sam Perry.
Installation view - Sam Perry wood carvings at Rena Bransten Gallery.
Spoke Art Gallery: Serge Gay Jr. - Different Rules
Comment by AB: Stories within stories within stores. Feel free to dig deep. You'll find the answers whether you're looking for them or not. Intensely excellent. Go see.
Art by Serge Gay Jr. at Spoke Art Gallery (like it).
Serge Gay Jr. art.
Paintings by Serge Gay Jr..
Serge Gay Jr. (right) & cousin & his art at Spoke Art Gallery.
Art by Serge Gay Jr..
Head count - Serge Gay Jr. art show at Spoke Art Gallery.
Hashimoto Contemporary: Closer - Jeffrey Cheung
Comment by AB: Happy naked people... and a perspective on human relations, particularly of the intimate kind.
Art by Jeffrey Cheung at Hashimoto Contemmporary.
Jeffrey Cheung art.
Collage art by Jeffrey Cheung.
Human relations art by Jeffrey Cheung.
Small format art by Jeffrey Cheung.
Jeffrey Cheung art at Hashimoto Contemporary.
c2c project space: Project 12 - Drew Bennett, Christopher K Ho, Anna Kunz
Comment by AB: According to the deposition, "The three artists will work together and independently to directly confront architectural aspects of the c2c(2c;) space, while acknowledging and referencing its dual functionality as both gallery and home." There you have it.
Anna Kunz art at c2c project space.
Art by Christopher K Ho.
Christopher K Ho with Drew Bennett art in the background at c2c project space.
Art/installation by Drew Bennett.
Truong Tran and his art at Working Space Projects.
Art above closer at Working Space Projects, 1695 18th St., San Francisco
Mary Burger and her art at Working Space Projects.