SAN FRANCISCO, CA (May, 2010) - Hamburger Eyes presents CASUAL ABYSS, a photographic exhibition of modern artifacts which may provide clues to the chasm hovering in another dimension beneath our own. What lies in the hearts of man? This exhibition explores the void. Hundreds of photos ranging in sizes from 8 ft x 10 ft to 8 in x 10 in will be on display in the Mission Cultural Center in this month long exhibition. There will be additional programming of related events scheduled throughout the month as well, such as film screenings, panel discussions, and more.
Hamburger Eyes publishes a magazine, runs a darkroom rental facility, and produces world class exhibitions from their headquarters based in the Mission District. It has been their quest to document the continuing story of life on Earth.
CASUAL ABYSS is a photographic exhibition of modern artifacts that provide clues into the chasm hovering in another dimension beneath our own. This exhibition will attempt to explore the void and make sense of what lies in the hearts of men.
Opening Reception: Thursday, May 13, 6-9:30pm.
Photo Exhibition: In the Main and Inti-Raymi Galleries. Admission only $5, sliding scale
Gallery hours: Tuesday- Saturday, 10am-5pm / tours available
For Saturday viewing hours it is best to experience the exhibition from 10-1:30pm and 3:30-5pm
Gallery Events: 6 - 9:30pm
May 19th: Hamburgers do talk - a conversation with Ray Potes and regular Hamburger Eyes contributors.
May 26th: Hamburger Eyes Video Night – featuring film and videos by Bill Owens, Tim Semple, Ray Potes, Jimmie Armentrout III, and many more. (Admission for this event $2)
June 2nd: Hamburgers Eyes closing party Shoe release.