Brett Amory, APEX ONE, Pakayla Rae Biehn, Anthony Discenza, Double Zero (Annie Vought and Hannah Ireland), Jeremy Fish, Casey Gray, Desiree Holman, Chris Johanson, Jet Martinez, Alicia Mccarthy, Alia Penner, Andrew Schoultz, Dave Schubert, Jen Stark, Zio Ziegler, Andrew Li, John Patrick McKenzie, and Kate Thompson
“Way Out West” Launch Party
7 Heron Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
July 17, 5:30 pm (Collector and Press Preview), 7pm (General Admission)
July 7 – August 17, 2014
Thursday, July 17, The Art City Project hosts a reception at Heron Arts for “Way Out West,” a new public art exhibition. Curated by Tova Lobatz and Jenny Sharaf, the exhibition fills spaces typically occupied by advertisements with artwork, reconfiguring billboards, transit shelters, the sides of buses, and more. This public exhibition, the first for The Art City Project, responds to the rapid physical and social developments taking place in San Francisco’s inner Mission district by allowing artists to occupy high-visibility space in the transitional landscape. “Way Out West” is a timely celebration of California as a place of dreams, innovation, and change.
The Art City Project hosts a launch party Thursday, July 17 at Heron Arts, where the original artwork for the project will be on view, along with limited edition prints from Magnolia Editions. Complimentary refreshments will be provided by Espolon Tequila, and local DJs will perform throughout the evening.
For tickets and more information, please visit this link.
“Way Out West,” The Art City Project, San Francisco, 2014. Foreground: Desiree Holman, “From Troglodyte to Sophont.” Background: Anthony Discenza, “Sell Your Hopes.”
Anthony Discenza, “Sell Your Hopes,” billboard at 15th Street and South Van Ness, San Francisco, 2014.
Desiree Holman, “From Troglodyte to Sophont,” billboard at 15th Street and South Van Ness, San Francisco, 2014.
Casey Gray, “California Love,” billboard across from Zeitgeist at Duboce and Valencia, San Francisco, 2014.
The exhibition remains on view through August 17.
For more information, please visit The Art City Project’s website.
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