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Inner State Gallery
Inner State Gallery is proud to announce The Detroiter, a unique collaboration with Heron Arts opening July 30th in San Francisco. Featuring a vast breadth of artists with ties to Detroit, the exhibition includes artists currently living and working in Detroit, expatriate Detroit artists from around the globe, as well as select artists from the Bay Area who take inspiration from Detroit's unique visual landscape. On top of over 50 visual artists, the exhibition will also include a showcase from Ghostly International produced by Detroit's trendsetting Movement Electronic Music Festival, bringing the rich musical history of Detroit to San Francisco with performances from Matthew Dear, Shigeto, Lusine, and Christopher Willits.
The Beehive Society
Heeeey brother... The Beehive Society is honored to present "NO TOUCHING: Arrested Development Art Show." Grab your blue paint, hard-boiled eggs and a little something that says "leather daddy" to come celebrate Arrested Development in San Francisco.
A journey into the world of motorcyclists and their stories.
Mario Martinez (Mars-1)
Miami Project December 1st-6th
Presently in Nashville's Centennial Park
Heron Arts is pleased to present Mars Molecule Project, an exhibition that explores the unique sculptures of San Francisco-based artist Mario Martinez (MARS-1). On view will be a series of sculptures, ranging in size from 3 inches to 9 feet. Also on view will be a large 15-foot by 7-foot painting, as well as many photographs of the sculptures (shot by Colin M. Day) at their recent premiere destination, Burning Man 2015. Mario Martinez will be in attendance during the opening reception at Heron Arts on Saturday October 10th, from 7-10pm. The exhibition will be on display until October 22nd, 2015. It is free and open to the public.
Khalik Allah's Street Opera is a vivid and visceral portrayal of urban life and the human characters that inhabit it. Shooting at 125th and Lexington in Harlem, Allah's street photography gives a powerful glimpse into the spirit and character of those living in poverty.