We are pleased to announce our upcoming solo show 'Street Anatomy' featuring original artwork by renown Austrian street artist, NYCHOS. Recognized world wide for his unique style with distinct anatomical explosions as subject matter, Nychos brings his talent and vigor of the Rabbit Eye Movement to San Francisco. 'Street Anatomy' opens Friday, April 18th 7:00pm at FIFTY24SF Gallery located in Lower Haight, San Francisco.
Thanks to everyone who came out to support us for the opening of 'Artistically Transmitted Diseases'. Some photos from the special evening with Jane Choe and Christopher Fleming:
We are pleased to announce our upcoming Show entitled “Artistically Transmitted Diseases” featuring original artwork by Jane Choe and Critter. Opening Saturday March 8th from 5-10pm.
Fifty24SF Gallery is pleased to present a first solo show by Franky Aguilar titled 'CLICK HERE' "CLICK HERE" is a giant, robotic, slop-chopped'n screwed collection of digital artworks. This body of work examines the story of the data revolution, hardware, and it's subsequent connection to the internet. Eventually contemplating the obsession and addiction to being connected to the web. This is digital junk food for your eyes, CLICK HERE." -Franky Aguilar
Opening November 8th, 7pm.
Graffiti Artist, Illustrator, DVDASA host and entertainer, David Choe opens his first exhibition in four years at the Museo Universitario del Chopo today. His show, SNOWMAN MONKEY BBQ boasts an entirely new body of work that presents the continuation of Choe's signature "dirty style" through different mediums such as oil on canvas, watercolors, sculptures, found object installations, accompanied by a giant mural looming over the exhibition space.
SNOWMAN MONKEY BBQ by David Choe Opens August 17th, 2013 to Oct 27th, 2013
Museo Universitario del Chopo - Dr Enrique Gonzalez Mtz #10 Mexico City
For more information please visit: www.snowmanmonkeybbq.mx
Our Long time Upper Playground friend and Fifty24SF artist, David Choe is currently in Mexico City in preparation for his large scale exhibition, SNOWMAN MONKEY BBQ at the Museo Universitario del Chopo, opening this Saturday. Despite his busy schedule, Choe made his way to visit the Mexican Surrealist painter, Pedro Friedeberg at his studio to spend some time collecting ideas and collaborating in an exquisite corpse session.
Upper playground artist, Herbert Baglione is currently in Mexico city setting up his next exhibitionat Fifty24MX called ‘Obituary’. Opens this coming Saturday, May 18th, 1PM.
Here are some previews of the show:
JASON JAGEL “(I’LL FLY) INTO YOUR HEART” Jason Jägel has been featured in numerous solo and group shows for well over a decade, from Tokyo to Los Angeles. Recent solo exhibitions of Jason’s work have been featured at Galleri Christoffer Egelund in Copenhagen, Denmark, and AMT Gallery in Milan, Italy. His monograph, entitled, Seventy-Three Funshine (2008), was created with an accompanying ten-inch vinyl record with music by Madlib and published by Electric Works, San Francisco. He was recently featured in a 12-page interview in Juxtapoz Magazine. Jägel currently resides in San Francisco with his wife and two daughters.
Regarding the title Jägel says: “(I'll Fly) Into Your Heart reminds me of the style of certain ’60’s soul songs where the inserted parenthesis creates multiple, simultaneous titles from one. It also appears as a statement of first-person dialog, leading the questions: Who or what is flying? To whose heart? For good purposes or ill?” Evident in this statement and throughout Jason’s work is a preoccupation with slippery meanings and storytelling.
“(I’ll Fly) Into Your Heart”, features new works on display at FIFTY24SF Gallery April 1-May 26, 2010.
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It's our favorite time of month, install for our latest show, David Choe's "Character Assassination" opening this Friday. Check out some shots from the set up for "Character Assassination"...
The week before an opening reception is an interesting time, we all start to feel the pressure of the countdown, the artist gets final details harnessed, and we get an intimate look at how he/she functions in a studio environment. Late nights painting the gallery walls, hanging work, and shootin' the shit, we are regaled with stories of travel and adventures and we learn more clearly why we love these guys. In a nut shell, it's the time when we re-affirm our obsession with art. Choe is no exception.
Not to be missed, Choe returns to the bay area after almost ten years with a collection of new paintings and a plethora of sold out prints.
We cordially invite you to join us this Friday for the opening reception of