News Month: February 2014

An international dialogue between SPAIN&USA
Four new visions of art as a process and art as a product.
Four artists who are maintaining an international virtual dialogue
Artists from the Southeast of Spain (Almería) ­- ­a land bathed with a special light, a land
often times overlooked, and stigmatized for its provinciality – ­maintain an international dialogue
about the possibilities of art in the 21st century.

Art by:

Manu Muñoz

Francisco Uceda

Jesús Zamarrón
Paco de la Torre
Curator: Betty Bigas
Opening Friday April 18th, 2014
6:00 to 9:00pm
at Roll Up Gallery
161 Erie Street, San Francisco, CA 94103

Public Works is proud to announce that ‘Art on BART’ would be stoping at Roll Up Gallery.

WanderArt is building a mobile app for public art that’ll let users share the street art they find, and they’re hoping to get the word out by bringing works by local Bay Area artists to BART cars. By filling all six of the ad spaces in the cars with six different artworks, they’re aiming to create mini moving galleries on the rails.

The six works were chosen around the word “escape,” each offering its own visual vacation for commuters. The selected artists include the Daly City collective Radio Free Clear Light, tattoo artist Sean Wirth, Berkeley painter Brendan Getz, art entrepreneur Arash Shirinbab, the SFMOMA Artist Gallery’s Jeffrey Thompson and Berkeley artist Gabrielle Wilson Sealy.

The selected works will be at Roll Up gallery on on Friday March 28th  2014

Art by:

Radio Free Clear Light
Gabrielle Wilson Sealy
Brendan … Read more ›