Archive for September, 2010

Imaginary Battles: The Dream Closet

Posted in All of the Above on September 24, 2010 by Space Gallery SF

This Saturday, September 25th, we are having a show that will blast you off into a world unknown. Curated by JP Neang, “Imaginary Battles: The Dream Closet” is a group show featuring Jay222, Nick Trujillo, Matt miller, JP Neang, Aaron Lawrence, Dan Fleres, Christopher DeLeon, and Janene E. Thompson.
The showcase will be works portraying works inspired by dreams and nightmares. A body of works that transform your imagination from the dream world into reality. Dreams are fragmented and elaborated bits of reality. These artists have transcribed these bits of their imaginations on to beautiful pieces of artwork.

Please join us on Saturday from 7-11:30 PM. 21+. No cover.

I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free.  ~Michelangelo


D Young V In The House

Posted in All of the Above on September 23, 2010 by Space Gallery SF

D Young V recently did a photo shoot at the gallery with many of our favorite friends. The purpose of the shoot was for D Young V’s new set of works coming out in July 2011. Photographer Shaun Roberts took the clips and made this awesome flip book video. It’s pretty rad, and cool to get a glimpse of what D Young V is up to next!

Click here for the video.

Keep up the good work!

Oliver Maxwell Kupper

Posted in All of the Above on September 23, 2010 by Space Gallery SF

Oliver Maxwell Kupper! RAD!

Oliver Maxwell Kipper has been around the globe and back. If it’s not his iconic screen print shirts that you can find anywhere from Paris to Australia, it’s his remarkable and definitive art. Very well known to the art scene, Kupper’s most current works are  found mugshots screen printed on silver coated canvas. “Beautiful & The Damned” pulls from Kupper’s influences in poetry, literature, and immortality.

This is the mugshot of the infamous Vincenzo Peruggia who attempted, and almost succeeded, in stealing the Mona Lisa in 1911. Kupper does an incredible screen print masterpiece of this mugshot that must be seen in person!