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Winter Salon 2010

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Something Wrong, 2008 Kiln-cast, Engraved Glass 17.75 X 13.75 X 4.4 In. © Courtesy of the Artist and Micaëla Gallery
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Anne of Bohemia Acrylic on Panel 36 X 36 In. © Courtesy of the Artist and Micaëla Gallery
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Tectonics 02A2 Archival Digital Print © Courtesy of the Artist and Micaëla Gallery
Winter Salon 2010

49 Geary St
No. 234
San Francisco, CA 94108
November 10th, 2010 - December 18th, 2010

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.micaela.com
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
Union Square/Civic Center
EMAIL:  
info@micaela.com
PHONE:  
415.551.8118
OPEN HOURS:  
Tue - Sat 10.30 - 6, Sunday & Monday by appointment
TAGS:  
glass, photography, mixed-media, sculpture

DESCRIPTION

Micaëla Gallery is pleased to announce the Winter Salon 2010 exhibition of artwork by artists Kathleen Elliot, Grant Garmezy, Scott Kildall, Mark Leibowitz, Silvia Levenson, Prema Murthy, Eugenia Pardue, Lorraine Peltz, and Nicole Schmoelzer.

Opening with a private reception co-hosted by Leibowitz and Ruinart Champagne (a Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy company), the exhibition presents work unified by ideas of extravagant beauty and thoughtful indulgences.

Images by California-based photographer Mark Leibowitz's portfolio, an ongoing series titled, "Backstage" will be featured collaboratively with Ruinart (LVMH) and Whitewall Magazine at his introduction to Art Basel Miami at the Betsy Hotel on December 2. Plan to read Whitewall Magazine’s post-Art Basel Miami commentary.

The Winter Salon 2010 opens for viewing November 2, 2011.

We're very excited that Mark Leibowitz joins us for the reception on Thursday, November 4, from 5 to 7.30 pm. We hope you will help us welcome him and discuss his globe-trotting work for the fashion avant garde and haute couture houses such as Vogue and Galliano.

You won't want to miss seeing Leibowitz’s exquisite images, so please mark your calendar now.