After a long week of reading what seems like nothing but bad news, the weekend is finally here, and with it a whole host of killer shows.
“Fallen” will open at the Varnish Art Gallery in San Francisco. This show will feature work by Carlos Huante and Jose Ismael Fernandez. It’s not often that I get to talk about sculpture, ad I am a huge fan of Fernandez. His sculptures are so amazing, I am particularly fond of “Jane”, “Struggle” and “Fallen”. The work is online to view, so head on over. Varnish Art
“Red Forest”, a show featuring work by Ekundayo and KMNDZ will have its reception at the Thinkspace Gallery. You will also be able to see work by Jeaneen Carlino and Michael Alvarez in the Project Room.
At Roq La Rue in Seattle, a group show featuring the work of Dan Quintana, Chet Zar and Jeremy Bennett will open. All three are artists are amazing, this would be a great show to see in person. Make sure you watch the site to see when the work is put online. Roq La Rue Gallery
At the Joshua Liner Gallery in New York, there will be a duo show of work from Damon Soule and Chris Mendoza. The reception is from 6-9pm. Joshua Liner Gallery
“Blender”, the inaugural show of the new Cerasoli : leBasse Gallery (formerly Project Gallery & Lab101) will open. The show features work by Melissa Haslam, Vincent Hui, Mari Inukai, Ryuichi Ogino and Deth P Sun in Gallery I. Gallery II will feature Jennifer Davis and Suzanne Sattler. I look forward to what this new gallery will bring us in the future. Cerasoli-Lebasse Gallery
Lisa Solberg will have a show open at the Kinsey/Desforges Gallery. Kinsey/Desforges Gallery
Bill “13:11” McEvoy will have a solo sow open at the Solid Gallery One in Los Angeles. Justa reminder, we still have an original from Bill in the store here on the site. Solid Gallery One
The Copro Naso Gallery will have works from three artists, Jimmy Pickering with his show “Immaculate Deception”, Laurie Lipton with “Day of the Dead” and Dave Burke with “Fun Size Frights”. Some of the work is online for a preview, and the rest is quickly to follow. Copro Nason Gallery
“Monster Art Rally”, a show of plush and custom vinyl creatures opens at the Gallery 1988 in San Francisco. Just a few of the artists that will have works there are: Brandt Peters, Buff Monster, Chet Zar, Kathie Olivas, El Maz and many others. The work will be online to view noon this Friday. Gallery 1988 SF
Finally at the Shooting Gallery in San Francisco, will be a group show featuring the work of Kris Kuksi, Travis Louie and Mercedes Helnwein. This is going to be a great show. I am excited to see the work if Kris Kuksi and Mercedes in person. I have seen Travis Louie’s work once before, and am very happy to be able to do so again, it looks so amazing in person. I’ll be at the show snapping pictures.
Shooting Gallery SF
Oh and while your at the Shooting Gallery, step next door to the White Walls Gallery and check out the new works from Mike Giant. The work is online to view as well. White Walls SF