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Invisible Venue

Steve Lambert, “Will You Marry Me,” 2007 unauthorized billboard intervention

Yesterday I ventured on over to Christian Frock and Aaron Sinestra’s flat in West Oakland to check out the latest installment of art in their two front rooms and hallway, also known as Invisible Venue.

Part of the press release reads as follows:

“This summer Invisible Venue is shapeshifting to present artists projects and multiples in and around a 100 year old Victorian flat, opposite West Oakland BART. The first installment of projects presents artist interventions and projects by Steve Lambert, Susan O’Malley, and Andrew Austin Reilly.”

Susan O’Malley’s “Hey Cupcake” installation of 100 cupcakes in the Invisible Venue office (or what’s left of them).

Multiples (also know and purchasables).

Andrew Austin Reilly’s work details a missed connection listing from Craig’s List.

Most of this work references the work of the late Felix Gonzalez Torres.

Art fans!

October First Thursday

Good friend Jim Kaufmann came in from Iowa for a visit to SF to check out some art (especially Josh Keyes show at Hang) and we met up and hit a million galleries. Well maybe not a million but we did all of the 49 and 77 Geary Street venues plus several in between. I didn’t post pics from all the galleries which you can thank me for later. Here we go…

First stop was Sandow Birk‘s show at Catherine Clark. Sandow has done a series of stunning politically relevant giant woodblock prints. Isn’t all of his work stunning, politically relevant and epic?

The we took a very early pre-opening visit into 111 Minna to see the group show “Invisible Cities” mostly to see Hilary Pecis‘ work.

Beautiful hand cut paper works by Jana Flynn..

Hilary Pecis drawing/collage combos…

Big mural

JK checks out the art

Edward Burtynsky at Robert Koch

Chris Duncan at Gregory Lind

Chris Duncan tape floor

Ulrike Palmbach at Stephen Wirtz

Then it was off to Hang Art for Josh Keyes‘ show. I edited some pics for space purposes but all of this work is great and I highly recommend going to see this show.

Josh K. and Jim K. meet for the first time in person

David Fullarton was in a group paper show over at the Hang Annex across the street. His work kills me. Nice guy too.

Stay tuned for Friday’s adventures…

My art…


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