From what we gather, Assed Out and the Mini Dramas is a collaborative conceptual art piece that will transform Queens Nails Project into an experimental pool hall. Hey, we have some pool talent at Juxtapoz! Created by local artists Guy Overfelt and Andrew McClintock who both graduated from SFAI. The show is so cleverly described as, “This project, like much conceptual art...what you describe is not the sort of collaborative project that can be intelligently written about, even briefly, without seeing..." So, guess you have to see for yourself. The opening is tonight February 10, 2012 in San Francisco. Check it out!
There will be a variety of music events weekly through the shows duration curated by Tyson Vogel of Two Gallants, including a staging performance of “Pool Hustle” by Bay Area legendary conceptual artist Paul Kos.
Pool tournaments every Friday and Saturday
Music Program for Fridays and Saturdays
Feb 10th: DJ Softserve and DJ Avan
Feb 17th: Death Cheetah
Feb 18th: David and Joanna, Desert Relay, Fever Dream
Feb 25th: Asada Messfah (CD Release Party as well)
March 2nd: TBA
March 3rd: Future Twin
March 9th: Waters
March 10th (Closing Party): Yesway (Kacey Johansing / Emily Ritz)
Sponsored in part by Pabst Blue Ribbon and Blue Angel Vodka
Guy Overfelt's work has been exhibited internationally in galleries and museums including the Oakland Museum of California; Guangzhou Triennial, China; St. Mary's University, Halifax, Canada; The Havana Biennial, Cuba; Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York; Jack Hanley Gallery, San Francisco, and White Columns, New York City. His work has been acquired by the Berkeley Museum Collection and the JPMorgan Chase Collection, as well as private collections. His work has been reviewed and featured in numerous publications, including the New Yorker, The New York Times, Art Net, Art Papers, Index Magazine, Paper Magazine, Time Out, Kobe Japan, Time Out, New York, Boing Boing, SF Guardian, Surface Magazine, and the San Francisco Chronicle, as well as other publications and catalogs. His work was featured in the documentary film 'Burning Rubber' which recently aired on Bravo. He received his BFA from Maryland Institute College of Art in 1994 and an MFA from San Francisco Art Institute in 1996. He lives and works in San Francisco and Bolinas, California.
Andrew McClintock is the co founder, director, and curator of Ever Gold Gallery which opened in the Tenderloin district of San Francisco in January 2009 which has gained international recognition in publications like the New York Times and Art Forum. In 2010 McClintock also co founded the San Francisco Arts Quarterly (SFAQ) where he now servers as Publisher and Managing Editor. SFAQ has become the Bay Area main arts magazine in a short two-year span
and is distributed on a national level. McClintock received a BFA in photography from the San Francisco Art Institute in 2009 but has recently moved away from treating photography as an art form and has expanded into mixed media, video, and performance art. McClintock has also received numerous grants for his work in the art world and more recently graduated from Tom Marioni's conceptual bar tending school. McClintock is also an independent curator and writer.