111 Minna Gallery and ArtNowSF are delighted to present 365, a group show featuring an impressive selection of 14 of the country’s most visionary, contemporary and abstract artists. The Gallery will host an art opening Thursday, June 5th at 6pm. The art opening is FREE and open to the public before 9pm and $10 after.
The exhibition will be on view from Thursday, June 5th through June 28th. 111 Minna Gallery is located at the corner of Minna and 2nd Streets in downtown San Francisco.
365 features a provocative variety of contemporary art from a
diverse group of 14 of the country’s most forward-thinking,
contemporary, nouveau-surreal and abstract modern artists. Featured
artists include co-curator of the event Kris D, known for live painting
and inventive graphic landscapes; Damon Soule, a contemporary artist
whose paintings have a galactic, future-forward sensibility; and Oliver
Vernon’s furiously creative studies in color and perspective. 365 also
showcases the amazing talents of David Choong Lee, Jason Alberto
Garcia, Gregory Euclide, Ethen B. Luce, Des10, Rob Pellicer, David
Hale, XAVI, Third Peak, Adrien Robert (Sane), and Joshua Mays
A defining element of the 365 group show is the music-fueled element of live art, allowing audience, musician and artist to intersect and ultimately integrate the creative process and widen the art’s communicative scope.
The auditory experience at 365 opening features a staggering mix of national talents in genre-bending sounds from electro to breaks to indie-jazz to house-soul to live music in Minna’s two rooms of art and music.
The OPENING PARTY line-up, from 6pm-2am, includes Eliot Lipp first ever live performance featuring Alex & Lane of the Pnuma Trio, Deadelus, The Gaslamp Killer, Deru, Free the Robots, Alex B, Odd Nosdam, Jel, DJ Centipede and DJ Pedro.
Then on Friday, June 27th, ArtNowSF brings you a very special edition of their monthly art & dance party Suite Jesus, from 9pm-2am. Performers include VinRoc, I-Vier, Ren the Vinyl Archaeologist, Bootleg, and Adam Twelve.
Interested parties may sneak preview the work at www.myspace.com/threehundredsixtyfivemay and RSVP to the opening and closing parties at going.com/365artshow.