The seventh edition of Art Market San Francisco returns this year to reaffirm its leading position in the Bay Area. Naturally, some of the leading exhibitors within the line-up of some 80 top galleries come from the Californian city itself, one of them being Hashimoto Contemporary. In between two shows, one being dedicated to Casey Gray and the next to Roq La Rue, they will be taking their roster of artists to the fair, including an entire booth dedicated to artist Joel Daniel Phillips.
At booth 409 of Art Market San Francisco, the visitors can find a new body of larger-than-life-sized renderings exploring San Francisco’s Bayview-Hunters Point Neighborhood through the lens of three deeply rooted residents. These inhabitants’ particular piece of the Bayview is demarcated and defined by the Hunters Point Shipyard, a shuttered U.S. Navy Base closed due to extensive environmental contaminants. The drawings by Joel Daniel Phillips, titled Hazards May Be Present, explore the complex history of materials and resources that have helped shape a unique corner of San Francisco.
In addition to the show of Joel Daniel Phillips, Hashimoto Contemporary will have their own booth, highlighting works from their diverse inventory by represented and exhibiting artists. Here, we can find most recent paintings and collages from Ravi Zupa, as well as new works from portal-graffiti artist 1010, still lifes of Casey Gray, Erin M. Riley’s sexual tapestry, Gregory Euclide’s landscapes and the peculiar portraits by Jeffrey Cheung. Make sure you stop by Hashimoto Contemporary booth at Art Market San Francisco, Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture, from April 27th through 30th, 2017.
Featured images: Joel Daniel Phillips - Found Object #6 and #7, 2017. Cassettes, right: charcoal and Graphite on paper / left: found recordable cassettes, 13.5 x 10 inches; Left: Ravi Zupa - Spar, 2017. Serigraphy, acrylic paint, graphite, traffic cone block prints, mounted on wood, 16 x 20 inches / Right: Ravi Zupa - The Hour, 2017. Serigraphy, acrylic paint, graphite, traffic cone block prints, mounted on wood, 16 x 20 inches. All images courtesy Hashimoto Contemporary.
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