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Dialogues
Curated by: Emilio Villalba

801 Greenwich Street
San Francisco, CA
May 11th - June 1st
Opening: June 1st 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

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http://moderneden.com
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Modern Eden Gallery presents Dialogues, a small group exhibition curated by gallery artist Emilio Villalba. This exhibition presents local Bay-Area artists exploring unique and dynamic methods of visual communication. Participating artists include Matt Gonzalez, Kevin Earl Taylor, Tamsin Smith, Gina M Contreras, Gianluca Franzese, Daniel Segrove, Chelsea Wong, Drew Price, Emily Fromm, Muzae Sesay, and Daniel Ochoa. The show also includes new works by Emilio, including collaborative works with fellow artists.

The fabric of the Bay-Area artist community is stretched, but we are forming new patterns, where new ideas of visual communication are being explored. Dialogues is about the intersection of these ideas—in language and in art—where the representational meets the painterly, and where the harmonization of varying perspectives and connections begins to form a scene. The project is a conversation on new aesthetics, where we acknowledge the past by carrying its symbols and patterns into the present.

Emilio Villalba and other participating artists will be in attendance at the opening reception. The exhibition is free and open to the public and complimentary refreshments will be served. Please join us!

Modern Eden Gallery is located at 801 Greenwich St. in San Francisco’s historic North Beach neighborhood. Founded in June 2010 by local artists Bradley Platz and Kim Larson, the gallery features monthly exhibitions of established and emerging artists. The gallery’s contemporary aesthetic ranges from realism to surrealism with a strong focus on illustrative painting and representational sculpture.

For details and updates visit: www.moderneden.com/pages/dialogues

General Information: Please email info@moderneden.com

 

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