The second part of Eddie Huang’s journey to the Bay Area for Fresh Off The Boat.
Anyone who has ever been to San Francisco has seen the Transamerica Pyramid. You can’t miss it. Unfortunately for the public, gaining access to the building the and the remarkable views it affords is near impossible. Recently though, Colin M. Day was able to get inside the building and make it all the way up to the top of the spire, which is a full 17 flights of stairs (approx 100′) above the 48th floor conference room where the trip up begins. Here are some photos from his experience which he likens to being “in a greenhouse high above the city.”
Photographs by Dave Schubert
Relics of the New World, a group show featuring Lucien Shapiro, Henry Lewis, Lango Olivera, and Charlie O’Hanlon opens at Cassel Gallery in SF. While down in LA, there’s a one-night-only party called Intersecting(LA).
Mike Giant has a new solo show opening up at FFDG tonight in San Francisco. If you’re in the area, be sure to stop by.
2277 Mission St.
DC and Ken Block present Gymkhana FIVE in San Francisco.
The art21 featurette that’ll make the hardest person turn soft.
We’ve shown before, and will show it again. (and probably show it a bunch more times in the future.)
more photos and scans at Cment1
Two nice openings including Barry McGee and friends at the Contemporary Arts Center.
Yokonori Stone’s new exhibit opens up tonight (4/5) at the Ever Gold Gallery in San Francisco.
Lots going on including Cleon Peterson’s show “The Brinksman” along with Bill McRight’s “When You Get Power” at Guerrero Gallery in SF.
Plus: NY Art Fairs
Jay Howell & Mark Whalen (KIll Pixie) have a show opening up this Saturday at Fecal Face Dot Gallery in San Francisco.
Future Colors of America is a collaboration between Aiyana Udesen, Albert Reyes, and Matt Furie. If it was feasible to buy the entire show, I would.
More at FFDG
Richard Colman created some minimalist magic for the set of Tides Theatre’s production Waiting For Godot in San Francisco.