is brought to life in their first pop-up store located in San
Francisco's Union Square. The popular art haven allows customers to
explore art through an interactive and inspiring retail experience.
Between the two collections, "The Art of Color" and "Eye on Nature,"
galleries by the likes of Jonathan Adler and Steve Justrich, and
exclusive art by Nigel Barker and San Francisco-based artist Rex Ray,
customers have the chance to find art for any interior. The pop-up even
helps customers create their own art through Art.com's Photos to Art
When: Through January 2014
Where: Art.com, 117 Post St.
self-discovery, life out of death, the eternal—all represent the
various meanings the ancient symbol of Ouroboros has referenced in
history. The snake that eats its own tail appears in numerous religions,
Jungian philosophy, alchemy, and modern science. This exhibition, with
participating artists like Joyce Burnstein, Matt Keegan, and Sandy Kim,
examines the history of the Ouroboros and our understanding of it today.
When: Wed. 11/6 - Sat. 11/23; opening reception 7 - 10 p.m., Sat. 11/9
Where: Root Division, 3175 17th St.
"Project Los Altos"
SFMOMA offsite exhibition "Project Los Altos" will undertake a
site-specific exploration of the once-argicultural community that now
sits in the heart of Silicon Valley. In various locations, both indoors
and out, nine artists—including Bay Area natives Charles Garoian, Chris
Johanson, and Mike Mills—incite a dialogue around the region's history
of innovation. Don't miss Jeremy Blake's Winchester trilogy of
animation, inspired by the mad Sarah Winchester and her famous mystery
house, and Alec Soth's stark black-and-white photo documentation of what
goes on behind Silicon Valley doors.
When: Sat. 11/9 - Sun. 3/2/2014
Where: Various venues, Los Altos
"100 | 50 | 1"
of the world's most talented mobile photographers are brought together
in this new photo exhibition. "100 | 50 | 1" will showcase portraits
these photographers captured with their smartphones. Profits from sales
at the show will be donated to 100cameras, a non-profit that enables
kids to initiate change in their communities by teaching them to
document their lives through photography.
When: Sat. 11/9 - Sat. 11/16, opening reception 6:30 p.m., Fri. 11/8
Where: The New Black, 1999 Bryant St.