End of the Naught is our next group show, opening Friday, December 4 and featuring works by Leon Loucheur, Martin Hsu, Micah Lebrun, Skriblz, and Telopa. These five artists will exhibit their recent explorations in painting as we complete one decade and enter the next. Please join us for the opening reception from 7-10PM.
Please join us at fabric8 this Thursday, November 19, 4-9PM for a tad to drink, a bit to eat, and a closer look at the Tri-Product art show featuring Brett Amory, Adam Caldwell, and David Choong Lee (now also online) plus the debut of our Gallery Residence. Cocktails will be served up by Sweet Leaf Tea. Start the holiday season right by being out and about on a school night.
If you haven't yet been in to see Tri-Product, we highly recommend it to experience the painting mastery of Brett Amory, Adam Caldwell, and David Choong Lee. The show is on display and for sale through November 30. Pictures on the fabric8 Galleries blog forthcoming!
This Friday, November 13 from 7-10:30PM, 1AM Gallery and guest curator James "gaNyan" Garcia (Heavy Hitterz) present the opening "Tabi Tabi Po", a group art show about Filipino folklore creatures by contemporary Filipino artists. Co-sponsored by fabric8, Pablo Gallery (Manila), KULARTS, and Bindlestiff Studio, this month-long exhibition's roster features painters, illustrators, and artisans from the US, Philippines, and Norway.
Check the cultural vibes from Ciriaco Sayoc, Andre Sibayan, gaNyan, GEM, Marikina, Peabe, Isabel Roxas, Stuter, Pancho Abalos, Dyno Angry Woebots, and more. There will also be a Bindlestiff Studio puppet show on December 5, and regular screenings of the "Tabi Tabi Po" documentary. A percentage of the art sales will be donated to the victims of typhoon Ondoy and Pepeng through BAYAN Philippines and BALSA (Bayanihan Para Sa Sambayanan). Mabuhay!
Thanks again to everyone who came to support Ursula X Young's fabulous solo show, "Altered States, Dreamscapes and Underworlds". In case you missed it, you can view the images on our fabric8 Galleries blog as well as read about it in Ann Taylor's review for SF Station.
Also, pictured above is the limited edition Ursula X Young GelaSkin for iPhones that we produced to commemmorate the show. Only 50 were made, for sale exclusively via fabric8, and we're running out, so come get yours for only US $15!