Meccadonald’s, Kenneth Hung, Digital Media, 2002
A tasty coincidence? Eat Me and Delicious are two art exhibits occurring this month in San Francisco. Check them out in person or online.
Currently on view at the Frey Norris Gallery Eat Me: Emerging Artists on Consumption is an exploration of consumer culture, and features the work of five west coast-based artists, Susan Bettag, best known for illustrating the "“Bad Girls Guides", Trek Thunder Kelly, "Super Pop" LA artist, Ema Harris-Sintamarian, nominee for SECA-SFMOMA award, Kate Eric a hugely popular local artist duo and Kenneth Hung, digital media artist who has recently shown in over 20 countries.
Over thirty five new works include interactive digital media, “consumer objects utilizing knives, condoms, and lunch bags, oil and acrylics on canvas and works on paper. Eat Me opened yesterday and runs through April 15.
Delicious is the second annual group show of art inspired by food and drink at STUDIO Gallery. Work from over 60 local artists will be on display, including everything from functional pieces and sculpture to work for the wall, from traditional still lives and landscapes of Bay Area vineyards and organic gardens to more humorous pieces from the likes of Brian Behnke, Ayu Tomikawa, Bill Dunlap, Lola, and Dave Higgins.
There are lots of small, affordable pieces in the show, as well as a number of striking larger works. Opening reception is Saturday, from 4-8 pm. The show runs from, March 1st through Sunday, April 2nd.
Frey Norris Gallery
456 Geary St @ Mason
Open Tuesday – Sunday 11 - 7
1718A Polk St @ Washington
Open Wed-Fri 11-8 , Sat-Sun 11-6, Mon-Tue by appt.
FOOD + ART + SAN FRANCISCO