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Exhibition Detail
Pulso: New Paintings / Clever Drawings
One Otis Street
San Francisco, CA 94103


October 29th, 2008 - November 29th, 2008
Opening: 
October 29th, 2008 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
 
Pulso, Fernando RasconFernando Rascon, Pulso,
acrylic on canvas on wood, 28 x 47"
© courtesy of the Artist and Lincart Gallery
, Jack McLeanJack McLean
© courtesy of the Artist and Lincart Gallery
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Pulso: New Paintings by Fernando Rascon
In the small room: Clever Drawings from Jack McLean’s Tiny Notebook

Opening reception for the artists: Wednesday, October 29th, 6 to 8pm

Please join us for a festive gathering to celebrate art and to welcome the arrival of autumn. This time of year signifies the start of the holiday season and we at Lincart are prepared to embrace the madness with open arms. All reception attendees are encouraged to release their inner alter ego and arrive in costume. It’s Halloween week and we mean some seriously silly business.

Free candy for guests in costume. Prizes will be awarded to the three best getups. Conceptual costumes are preferred.

With live music by fossilfool (the bike rapper)!

 

Fernando Rascon lives and works in Chihuahua, Mexico. His colorful, abstracted quilt like paintings reference folk-minimalism and Op-Art. They are constructed with a keen attention to texture and patterns, investigating the process of both chaos and control.

Jack McLean was born in Scotland and currently lives and works in Tokyo. He possesses an incredible ability to render detailed narrative drawings with an uncanny precision using only a micro-tipped pen. On view will be pages from a notebook he used to pass the time on a Tokyo commuter train. Which leads us to conclude that the Japanese rail system is a extremely smooth ride.

Please Join us for a very amusing time!


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