I’ll have a couple items in this big store-in-the-gallery at SFMOMA. On display till May 1, 2011.
…and a series of pens—an older “artist multiple” project.
- YOUR INHERITANCE WILL BE PLASTIC
- RECYCLE EVERYTHING BUT THE PAST
- FORGET TO REPRODUCE
- YOU ARE GRATEFUL FOR YOUR SUPER POWERS
- WE THOUGHT BEAUTY WOULD BE ENOUGH.WE WERE, OF COURSE, WRONG.
UPDATE: now that the sale is over, buy the pens directly from me
Friday, November 19, 2010 from 7-10: MEMBER OPENING RECEPTION. Please note that Shadowshop is not itself an exhibition but is one work amongst many in a much larger show. If you look for it online you won’t find it listed on its own.
Saturday, December 2, from 7-9:45pm is the SHADOWSHOP ARTIST PARTY!
All are welcome with half-price museum admission, or free with Membership. I’ll be there.
What is Shadowshop?
A temporary vending project by Stephanie Syjuco embedded within the galleries of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Shadowshop sells affordable artist wares and attempts to create an access point for the distribution of Bay Area creative production. Shadowshop is part of the exhibition “The More Things Change” and is sponsored by the SFMOMA Live Art program. Special commissioned projects by Packard Jennings, Imin Yeh, and Juan Luna-Avin will explore issues of art, labor, and capitalism.
What are your hours? Open during normal museum hours
Monday – Tuesday: 11:30am -5pm
Thursday: 11:30am – 8:45pm
Friday – Sunday: 11:30am – 5pm
Please visit the SFMOMA website for specific hours and directions. ShadowShop is closed during museum holidays.