September 29, 2015
In conjunction with Geoff McFetridge's solo exhibition It Looks Like It Says, New York based production company Dress Code have produced this great short documentary on the artist and the exhibition. Thanks for the wonderful work Dress Code! Enjoy the video.
September 22, 2015
So far, It Looks Like It Says—Geoff McFetridge's inaugural solo show with the gallery—has received some great press, including this feature with GQ Magazine. Enjoy this read, and be sure to stop by the gallery to see the works in person, on view through to October 10.
September 17, 2015
August 24, 2015
July 21, 2015
Last Thursday evening, we celebrated the third installment of our annual Summer Mixer group exhibition. Showing with us for the first time, the gallery presented work from Antonio Adriano Puleo, Daniel Joseph, Elise Ferguson, Eric Shaw, and Michael Swaney, while Kristen Schiele, Libby Black and Mario Martinez (Mars-1) made a return to the space with new works. Ranging from painting to mixed media works, to sculptures and installation, the artists cover an extensive and colorful ground. Thank you to everyone who joined us for the reception, enjoy these opening photos! | Photos »
July 20, 2015
For their second episode of Table Talk, Monster Children paid a visit to Geoff McFetridge's studio in Los Angeles. In this fun little clip, Geoff discusses his rise to prominence as an artist and graphic designer, and his creative process behind his sketches and paintings. You'll be able to see more of Mr. McFetridge's work in his solo exhibition opening with the gallery in September this year.
July 14, 2015
Last Friday, Wayne White and his son Woodrow White opened their first exhibition together, Ass Kicking Contest, at San Francisco's Heron Arts. Poking fun at the idea of a father-son exhibition, Ass Kicking Contest showcases White's large-scale Boot Puller puppet (shown earlier this year at Art on Paper), as well as brand new word paintings, while Woodrow debuts new works on canvas humorously featuring gorilla shoes and Bigfoot staring at a smartphone. Ass Kicking Contest is on view at Heron Arts through to August 8, and open to the public by appointment. Enjoy this review of the exhibition from SF Gate.
June 22, 2015
They came, they conquered. The opening of All Types of Characters was a huge success! Banning together an army of styles, techniques, and interpretations, this much anticipated group exhibition organized by The World’s Best Ever is not one to miss. Enjoy these opening photos, and earmark a date to visit the work in person which is on view through July 10. | Photos »