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Fecal Face Dot Gallery

Exhibition Detail
Yesterdays and Tomorrows
2277 Mission St.
San Francisco, CA 94110

August 15th, 2014 - September 13th, 2014
August 15th, 2014 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Yesterdays and Tomorrows, Jeremy FishJeremy Fish, Yesterdays and Tomorrows
© Courtesy of the Artist and Fecal Face Dot Gallery
Wed-Sat 1-6

FFDG is pleased to present San Francisco based artist Jeremy Fish in his second solo show with the gallery entitled “Yesterdays and Tomorrows” featuring over 100 black and white drawings spanning Fish’s 20 years creating artworks and living in San Francisco. Of the 100 drawings, 30 new works will be for sale. An opening reception is scheduled for Friday, August 15th (6-9pm). Beer and wine will be available. Jeremy Fish will be present.

In 2014 Jeremy Fish will celebrate living and working in San Francisco for the last 20 years. This exhibition will display 100 selected drawings he created over the last two decades. Yesterdays and Tomorrows investigates Fish's personal history and progression through a massive wall of narrative line drawings. Exploring the artists past and present imagery, as the artwork transitions in to the future. Adobe and Juxtapoz Magazine have sponsored a project to animate this collection of drawings, and to project these animations around SF for people to enjoy. FFDG was the perfect location for this celebratory show, as Fish and Fecal Face have been great friends for most of these 20 years.

A graduate of the San Francisco Art Institute, Jeremy Fish (b. 1974, Albany, NY) received his BFA in 1998, and has exhibited in Mexico City, San Francisco, New York, Laguna Beach, Milan, Zurich, Tokyo, Munich, and Los Angeles. He has shown in collectives and group shows throughout the world, including Switzerland, Japan and Germany, and self-produced a number of international "Mobile Art Tours." His work is featured in the permanent collection of the Laguna Art Museum (CA).

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