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SFMOMA Artists Gallery 3-Day Show Welcoming the SF Fine Art Fair
Fort Mason Center
2 Marina Boulevard, Building A
San Francisco, CA 94123


May 20th, 2010 - May 23rd, 2010
Opening: 
May 20th, 2010 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
 
As I Am, So Shall You Be, Don Ed HardyDon Ed Hardy, As I Am, So Shall You Be,
2008, mixed media, 41 x 30 in.
© image courtesy Trillium Graphics
Empty Booth, A.M., James TorlaksonJames Torlakson, Empty Booth, A.M.,
oil on canvas, 18 x 24 in.
© James Torlakson
Beauty on 142nd St., Harlem, Lewis WattsLewis Watts, Beauty on 142nd St., Harlem,
2007, archival pigment print, 32 x 44 in.
© Lewis Watts
Aquafresh, Clairol, Iodine, E.G. CrichtonE.G. Crichton, Aquafresh, Clairol, Iodine,
2005-08, ink-jet print, 30 x 30 in.
© E. G. Crichton
One is to one, England HidalgoEngland Hidalgo, One is to one,
2010, acrylic and ink on paper, 12in X 9in
© England Hidalgo
Haiku, Robert OgataRobert Ogata, Haiku,
2010, polymer, chalk on canvas, 56 x 66 in.
© Robert Ogata
Catbird, Misako InaokaMisako Inaoka, Catbird,
2009, mixed media, 13 x 7 x 6 in.
© Misako Inaoka
Pump It Up, John Yoyogi FortesJohn Yoyogi Fortes, Pump It Up,
2007, mixed media on canvas, 84 x 72 in.
© John Yoyogi Fortes
Homage to Gursky: \'Kirksky\', Kirk CrippensKirk Crippens,
Homage to Gursky: 'Kirksky',
2010, pigment print, 30 x 42 in.
© Kirk Crippens
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The SFMOMA Artists Gallery announces a special 3-day show welcoming back the SF Fine Art Fair featuring work by Don Ed Hardy, James Torlakson, Lewis Watts, Steve Allen, E.G. Crichton, Kirk Crippens, Laura Dufort, John Yoyogi Fortes, England Hidalgo, Terry Hoff, Misako Inaoka, Robert Ogata, and Adrienne Pao.

Don Ed Hardy's mixed media works are made of cast resin and stacked with vintage Hardy celluloid tattoo stencils making a three-dimensional kaleidoscopic reference to 60s Pop Art and surf-board making, early and seminal influences on Hardy. This show includes a unique piece entitled “Go Go Goya,” a hand painted boogie board cast in resin that juxtaposes the Spanish painter and printmaker’s self-portrait on one side with an ominous looking primate icon on the other. James Torlakson is best known for photo-based realism, though working from life is still an active part of his creative process. His imagery has centered on “everyday” America; shifting over the years from trucks, to railways, to amusement parks, to waterfronts, to fireworks booths, to deserted drive-in theatres, to coastal landscapes. Through these shifts in subject matter, related architecture has been a steadily repeated motif. Lewis Watts' research and artwork centers on the photography of African American cultural landscapes, where people live, how they occupy and use space, and the traces they leave behind. He is interested in the cultural roots of architecture and both the intentional and unintentional manipulation of space. E.G. Crichton uses a range of art strategies to explore social issues, history, and site-specific subject matter.  She often works within community settings and collaborates across disciplines with performers, writers, scientists and composers, to name a few. Her work has been exhibited in art institutions and as public installations in Europe, Japan, Australia and across the U.S.  She is an Associate Professor of Art at UC Santa Cruz and currently the first Artist-in-Residence for the GLBT Historical Society. England Hidalgo's composition of drawing, cut & paste, photocopy and painting layers current and historical facts, pop icons and punk culture in one visual platform. His work exults the freedom in biculturalism, the torment of great contempt and the seduction of material objects. With titles of works such as "We Don't Make it to the Headlines", "Peace is Patriotic and That's a Problem," or "Forced Unfair Future", The works elicit facts/news/observations/documentations in order to play with semiotics and methods of disseminating information.

 

SFMOMA Artists Gallery offers a diverse selection of original artwork by Bay Area Artists.

The SFMOMA Artists Gallery is located in Building A at Fort Mason Center. Gallery hours are 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays. Admission to gallery exhibitions is free of charge.

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