Juxtapoz // Friday, May 09, 2014
We had Adam Parker Smith in the print edition of Juxtapoz in 2013, and we can definitely attest to the absurd making its way into his work. Look at that portrait above. That was in the magazine. Creepy, huh? Adam is about to open his third solo show at Ever Gold Gallery in San Francisco, featuring work that "objectifies a crisis that occurs when one does not look away once the exercise ends."
Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 27, 2014
Ever Gold Gallery will be presenting a solo exhibition of new painting, sculpture and video from New York based artist Henry Gunderson. "Create in your mind an image of yourself enjoying something you want. Something you want to experience in your life right now. See it, feel yourself, having what you want, in its most perfect and complete state. You are in a place of deep magic. Enjoy this experience."
Juxtapoz // Friday, October 11, 2013
Definitely recommend checking out Jocko Weyland's Crackle, Hiss, and Scrawl opening at Ever Gold Gallery in SF tonight, October 11. If you like Maxell tapes, cassettes, things that require tape, actual written documentation of things, punk, skate art and history, photography, and underground culture, this is the show for you...
Juxtapoz // Saturday, March 23, 2013
Tonight, Ever Gold Gallery in San Francisco will host Evan Nesbit’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. A recent graduate of the Yale MFA program, Nesbit’s body of work includes mixed media paintings, perceptual objects, sculpture and interactive “space blankets”. Through exploration of painterly materials, visual process and participation from the public, this new body of work will explore the imbrication of patterns and experience that structures ones vision, suspended in doubt, sometimes cured in paint.
Juxtapoz // Friday, February 15, 2013
Ever Gold Gallery in San Francisco is preparing for their first exhibition of 2013 this Saturday, February 17, with a solo show from Sadie Barnette, originally from Oakland, currently based out of LA. The exhibition is co-organized by Jamie Alexander of Park life in part of an ongoing collaboration between the two spaces that initially started with the "Invisible Relics" show at Park Life.
Juxtapoz // Friday, November 09, 2012
Ever Gold Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of new work by Adam Parker Smith entitled, Forever 21. In his second solo show with the gallery, Smith presents a collection of works that metamorphous from prank like shrugs into finely calibrated tools for the imperceptible transfer of ideas. The exhibition opens tonight, November 9, in San Francisco.
Juxtapoz // Saturday, October 06, 2012
Tonight, Ever Gold Gallery in San Francisco will showcase for the second and last time the work of conceptual artist, Guy Overfelt. The show entitled #BLACKLIGHT is somewhat a mystery and in the words of the gallery, “You’ll never see Guy Overfelt’s face in San Francisco nor his work after this exhibition.” It may be worth a peek, you just might be in for a surprise.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, August 28, 2012
This Saturday, Ever Gold Gallery kicks off their Fall season with Mark Benson's "Get the Flu", an installation consisting of sculptures made of space heaters and air conditioner units. The gallery will be divided into three sections, one cold, one hot, and a nurses station in their back room, where if you make a reservation you can get a Flu Shot from a registered nurse (it's a real flu shot) and receive a corresponding editioned certificate.
Juxtapoz // Monday, May 21, 2012
San Francisco was on the art beat this weekend with 3 different art fairs to attend, and Friday afternoon we made our way to artMRKT, the most internationally represented fair of the trio. From Park Life, to LeBasee, to Daniel Horowitz' fantastic collection of collage and drawings at Muriel Guepin's booth, this year's showing was also SF's most eclectic.
Erotica // Wednesday, March 07, 2012
Dropped by Ever Gold Gallery in SF this weekend for a peek at the opening of Sandy Kim's show of photos, 'Soft and Wet'. 'Perspective, honesty, and lack of filter reflects on Sandy Kim’s feelings on the surreal microcosm of her life. A life where friends, lovers, and enemies are bound together by the rope of sex, a life where relationships come and go, where friends become lovers who become ex-lovers then enemies and finally friends again.'