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Spencer Keeton Cunningham
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Heron Arts is pleased to present Farewell San Francisco: A Retrospective by Spencer Keeton Cunningham, an anthology of works by the prolific artist who is being wrongfully evicted after residing 12 years in his San Francisco apartment. This show will feature a collection of works that now must go. Cunningham has been on the road for the last two years, while maintaining his permanent residence in SF, and has come to say pack up his things and goodbye to the city with a farewell exhibition. Farewell San Francisco opens on Saturday October 8th, 2016 with an opening reception from 7-10 PM. It is free and open to the public. The exhibition will be open by appointment until the end of October.
Aaron Smith, Brad Woodfin, Jason Houchen, Valerie Pobjoy
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Heron Arts is pleased to present Instinctual Drift, a one night only four person exhibition featuring Aaron Smith, Brad Woodfin, Jason Houchen and Valerie Pobjoy. The exhibition is curated by Aaron Smith and Alix Sloan with a portion of the proceeds to benefit the Movember campaign to raise money and awareness for men's health issues. Instinctual Drift opens on Saturday November 5th, 2016 with an opening reception from 6-9 PM. The exhibition is free and open to the public for one night only.
On The Horizon
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Coming to San Francisco for the first time ever is Christian Joy's Bok Joy series. Composed of larger-than-life hanging soft sculptures and inspired by children's bop bags and the work of Japanese film director Hayoa Miyazaki, these "characters" are constructed from vibrantly colored fabrics and incorporate textile designs, drawing on Joy's experience as a costume designer. With this installation, her focus is on the independent movement of fabric. The opening event will also serve as the launch for the new San Francisco-based arts collective, Open Color - founded to bridge the divide between both underground and established creatives and the growing tech sector in the Bay Area.
Gallery Hours Weds-Sat 3-7pm thru Sept 24th
By appointment thru Oct 1st
Heron Arts is pleased to present B-Sides, a group show curated by Sean Yseult (White Zombie) of nine photographers who usually can be found in the recording studio instead of the dark room. Each artist was chosen based upon their bizarre, beautiful or unexpected photography. Purposefully avoiding life on the road, or backstage rock shots, the photos are meant to show the other side of the musician, the B-side.
Jeff Greenspan, Andrew Tider
Heron Arts is pleased to present Captured: People In Prison Drawing People Who Should Be, the first exhibition featuring the drawings and paintings done by prison inmates, depicting corporate CEOs whose companies are accused of serious crimes. For over a year, Jeff Greenspan and Andrew Tider asked people in prison to paint or draw people the duo felt should be in prison – the CEOs of companies doing damage to our environment and economy. To help expose crimes masquerading as commerce, the project imagines those at the highest levels of corporate leadership being personally responsible for their companies' illegal actions. Captured: People In Prison Drawing People Who Should Be opens on Thursday May 26th, 2016 with an opening reception from 6-9pm and runs through June 30th, 2016.