Dark Day Picks

On Mondays Venetian Red celebrates the day of the week when galleries and museums are closed. Every Monday we highlight a few current exhibitions, new installations, or art world tidbits. Get a jump on a week filled with art.

San Francisco Public Library (Main/Jewitt Gallery)—Paul Madonna, Five Years of All Over Coffee through August 23.

Electric Works, 130 8th Street, SF—Enrique Chagoya, 2012: Super-Bato Saves the World through July 2.

Cantor Arts Center, Stanford University—From Pop to Present (works from the permanent collection), through August 16.

One Response to “Dark Day Picks”

  1. Isn’t that coffee exhibit fun? I’ve been thinking a lot about one of your previous posts about how art venues will be cut back in the current economy. We are lucky to have so many alternate places to look at art here in the Bay Area as well as the Internet. I picked up a 1950’s book on Watteau in a second hand bookstore the other day. None of the illustrations were in color and that was probably the norm. Looking via the Internet is not the same as seeing in person but it sure beats a poor, black and white reproduction which was the standard fifty years ago.

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