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CLOSING RECEPTION OF OUT FIRST BIENNIAL SHOW "IN BLOOM"\n
FIVEPOINTS A RTHOUSE is thrilled to be a part of this years' "Yerba Buena Gallery Artwalk". On Saturday\, October 24th\, FIVEPOINTS\, along with several other galleries in the vacinity\, will be hosting an all day affair. Complete with a BBQ\, LIV E MUSIC from the American Standard\, and even prizes for attendees of mulit ple venues!! More info can be found at: Yerba Buena.org/GalleryWalk\n
span class="style34">PARTICIPATING GALLERIES:
111 Minna Street Gallery ( 111 Minna Street \, 415/97 4/1719\, www.111minnagallery.com)
871 Fine Arts ( 20 Hawthorne Street \, 415/543-5155) Baer Ridgway ( 172 Min na Street \, 415/777-1366\, www.baerridgway.com)
Catharine Clark Gallery ( 150 Minna Street \, 415/399-1439 \, www.cclarkgallery.com)
Chandler Fine Art ( 170 Minna Street \, 415/546-1113\, www.chandlersf.com)
Crown Point Press ( 20 Hawthorne Street \, 4 15/974-6273\, www.crownpoint.com)
Fivepoints Arthouse ( 72 Tehama Street \, 415/989-1166\, www.fivepoi ntsarthouse.com)
Modernism ( 685 Market Street\, Suite 290 \, 415/541-0461\, www.modernisminc.com)
Rayko Photo Center ( 428 Third Street \, 415 /495-3773\, www.raykophoto.com)
Scul pturesite ( 201 Third Street\, Suite 102 \, 415/495-6400\, www.sculptur esite.com)
SF Camerawork (657 Mis sion Street\, 2nd floor\, 415/512-2020\, www.sfcamerawork.org)
Varnish Fine Art (77 Natoma Street\, 415/22 2-6131\, www.varnishfineart.com)
Visual Aid (116 New Montgomery\, Suite 640\, 415/777-8242\, www.visualaid.org)
UC Berkeley E xtension Art and Design Center Gallery (95 Third Street\, 415/284-1081\ , www.extension.berkeley.edu/art/gallery.html)
se is very proud to announce its first biennial show
\, In Bloom. A group show exhibiting the newest wor
k has been assembled from the best artists displayed from the 40 exhibition
s since September 2007.
closing: Saturday Octo ber 24\, 2009 from 2-11pm.
Winston Smith is armed with razor blade and a fiendis h wit and has been known to kidnap "innocent" images from the pages of vint age magazines. Then-diabolically glue them into compromising or politically revealing positions in his surreal collage landscapes since the 70's.
Erik Parra makes collage\, drawings and paintings that explore systems of communication and transportation as vehicles of phy sical and social mobility. By combining established formal pictorialvocabul aries\, he creates pictures in which the nature of modern mobility is prese nted as a duplicitous narrative of success and failure.
Ben Johnston paints abstract\, figurative oil paintings that draw from personal narrative. Johnston is concerned with representing a visual\ , emotional experience based on the notion of rhythmic tension.
Jami e Spinello
Jes sica Laurent aims to blur the lines between past and present\, function and non-function\, the masculine and the feminine\, whil e exploring the grey area between these apparent dualities.
Ben Veno m draws on his dirty southern roots to create stunnin gartwork that draws on politics\, racing and heavy metal. The hand stitched flags and banners reference issues of strife and rebellion in response to the Civil War or commonly labeled War of Northern Aggression.
Josh Ba rone is looking for anything not made from plastic\, despite everything being covered with humidity damped cellophane. He fights for your freedoms and your right to passion as the head of The Company.
Luke Butler toys wit h contemporary mythology and suspects that ubiquitous\, overpowering figure s like the Presidents of the United States must also be little human men\, petty and fragile characters whose preoccupations could look a lot like his \, and maybe even yours.