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A smashed and glitter-coated Geo Metro is the physical focal point of this show exploring the imagery of consumerism.
Graphite illustrations imply creepy, mysterious narratives in otherworldly 19th century settings.
In 2003, Justin Giarla took a chance on a rough part of the Tenderloin -- Larkin near Geary -- and opened an art gallery that specialized in street art and other contemporary work. Amidst the drug-dealers and other neighborhood denizens, the... More »
However you feel about the politics of British Prime Minister David Cameron, the man apparently has amazing taste in art. On his first official visit to Washington in July, he presented President Obam... More »
White Walls Gallery and the Shooting Gallery have many things in common -- dazzling shows by young, edgy artists, to name a biggie -- but the best is the gaping, fat hole in the wall that connects the two storefronts. When passing through it, most people don't realize they've crossed into an entirely different business, with its own Web site and shows. The combined 4,000-square-foot space primarily draws an urban, street-art line, with White Walls taking big names like Sam Flores,... More »
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