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Weds Jan 18th · 3.00 - 5.30 pm
Sat Jan 21st · 11.30 - 4.00 pm
Sun Jan 22nd · 1.00 - 5.00 pm
Weds Jan 25th · 3.00 - 6.00 pm
Sat Jan 28th · 12.00 - 4.00 pm
Sun Jan 29th · 2.00 - 6.00 pm
Sat Feb 4th · 12.00 - 4.00 pm
Heron Arts is excited to announce its upcoming solo exhibition of Bay to LA artist Scott Hove. Renowned for his local Oakland Cakeland installation, Hove recently relocated to Los Angeles where he has created immersive experiences for the LA Art Show and Banksy's Dismaland. His most recent 2016 exhibition at Break Bread in downtown Los Angeles featured a massive cake maze installation, receiving international press and over 30,000 attendees. His upcoming San Francisco exhibition will feature all new works ranging from decadent sculptural pieces to a site specific installation and new paintings. The opening reception is on Saturday, January 14th from 7-10pm and is free and open to the public. The exhibition will be open until February 7th, by appointment only.
Mba Fabrications Inc.
Heron Arts is excited to host the West Coast introduction of ARTPAK - a boxed set of five original, color-matched paintings designed to take the stress out of home decorating. Created by Mba Fabrications Inc., North America's leading corporate producer of fine art, ARTPAK is available in three exciting color palettes. Mba Fabrications Inc. founder and CEO Donald Ian McCaw will be present to discuss the product's unique features and to answer questions. The opening reception is on Saturday, March 11th from 7-10pm and is free and open to the public. The ARTPAK display materials will be on-site until April 2nd, viewable by appointment.
One Found Sound
The One Found Sound chamber orchestra presents their third performance of the 4th season. Join us for another night of top quality classical music in an intimate setting.
On The Horizon
Open Color presents a special one-night-only exhibition at Heron Arts to debut New York-based artist June Kim's installation "I Wolf You." Kim is best known for her performative photographs and videos of herself and her wolf-like dogs. She creates scenes which explore female identity, desire, and beauty. The ever-present dogs appear across all types media in ways that are metaphorical as well as diaristic, and provide a portal to the mythic and primal. Kim is inspired by a wide range of artists such as Roger Ballen, Louise Bourgeois, Tracey Emin, Nan Goldin, and Robert Mapplethorpe. Her work has been featured on Saatchi Art's online gallery several times, and in magazines such as BOMB and Crush Fanzine.
Spencer Keeton Cunningham
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.
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.