Mid Market Pop Up

Opening Reception:
Thursday, September 8th

7 – 8:30 pm

988 Market Street, 5th Floor

(Taylor and Market)

Artists:

Guy Overfelt

Jeremiah Jenkins

Aaron Terry

Tahiti Pehrson

Mark Benson

Owen Takabayashi

Chris Ritson

Henry Gunderson

Ever Gold Gallery is proud to announce a mid Market pop-up Gallery in Mayor Ed Lee’s new campaign headquarters at Market and Taylor (6th) streets. After years of TALK from city officials about the growth of arts and culture in mid-Market, under Mayor Lee we are finally seeing real ACTION.

Since becoming Mayor in January, Mayor Ed Lee has brought energy, vision and focus to transforming the long-blighted Tenderloin and mid-Market neighborhoods into a hub for independent, community arts and cultural organizations. Reflecting his commitment to the transformation underway, Mayor Lee has located his campaign headquarters in the heart of the area.

Ever Gold will be presenting a selection of art works from recent solo exhibitions by Bay Area artists. The intricate and beautiful work of Tahiti Pehrson who has also recently been selected by the SF Arts Commission to create a giant installation at SFAC GALLERY at 155 Grove Street. Aaron Terry who is a professor at SFAI and CCA, Guy Overfelt who is an internationally recognized artist. Co-Founders and Directors of Ever Gold Gallery and Publishers of San Francisco Arts Quarterly Andrew McClintock and Gregory Ito will also be exhibiting work as well as a way to show their deep roots with contemporary art and cultural change.

The name Rolling Revolution is a nod to the SF Beats of the 50’s and 60’s and their belief that inclusion was the solution, something that we understand and wish to champion. The first Rolling Revolution was a cultural celebration based around the Tenderloin district which included artists of all types coming together in a month long collaboration. The overall goal of this is to help realize that change is possible though the arts for a better and safer community.

Please join Mayor Ed Lee and many others in a celebration of the artists and the community art and cultural organizations of mid-Market and our City.

 

Media Sponsor:
San Francisco Arts Quarterly

This is not an endorsment