Ernest Zacharevic in Medan | Photo by Hype Media Recently, Lithuanian artist, Ernest Zacharevic brought together a group of artists to begin a curated public works project on the Indonesian island of Sumatra. A play on "slash-and burn," this project, titled "Splash and Burn" brings to light the problem of illegal palm oil harvesting in Indonesia. Over the course of two years, Zacharevic has gathered a group of creatives which include, Mark Jenkins, Axel Void, Pixel Pancho, Isaac Cordal, Strok, Gabriel Pitcher and Bibichun. Smane 2, Combat, and Reginal O'Niel have also contributed to the [...]
"Everyone Deserves a Home” is a testament to the community of the Tenderloin and a promise of hope and security. We wanted to share some behind the 1AM scenes shots of this epic street art mural. This mural, overlooking the recently revamped Boedekker Park, brings new life and vibrancy to the Tenderloin community. This project was made possible and in collaboration with DISH, Friends of Boeddeker Park, and the Community Challenge Grant Program by SF Beautiful. For more info, contact firstname.lastname@example.org Original Sketch
On the streets of Brooklyn in 2012, local street artist Tatyana Fazlalizadeh decided that she had had enough of catcalling. After a stranger on the street asked her to smile for him, she used this as the basis for an ongoing series of street art entitled, Stop Telling Women to Smile (STWTS). Late at night, armed with a roller brush and some posters, Fazlalizadeh began wheat-pasting graphite posters on the walls of public streets, the most common site of catcalling. These posters are all portraits of women, some of the artist herself, [...]
We'd like to send a huge thank you to all of our friends who came through last night for the opening of "Get with the Program" by Pemex and Klops. It was a crazy night of fun, laughter, and, of course, plenty of brand new art. Thank you for supporting your favorite artists and your favorite local art gallery! In case you couldn't join us for the festivities, the show will be on display until April 15, 2017. Congrats to Pemex and Klops on such a great opening night! For inquiries or [...]
http://www.widewalls.ch/pemex-and-klops-1am-gallery-san-francisco/ Last week we stopped by Pemex's studio to check out the last few steps for his duo show with Klops, "Get With The Program". Thanks Widewalls.ch for covering the studio visit! See the pair's finished work at the opening reception at our downtown San Francisco gallery, this Thursday, March 2nd, from 7-10pm. To request a catalog preview: email@example.com.
In case you missed it, "Family First," our first show of the new year, opened last Thursday night. Everyone had a great night of music, friends, drinks, and art of course! It's always great to see all of our friends, old and new, coming to support our 1AM artists. In case you missed all the fun, you can always come by the gallery to check out the show. Family First will be on display Wednesday through Friday, 12-6:30pm until February 19th, 2017. Special shout-out to all of our artists, and thanks to [...]
Last night's opening reception for Brazilian street artist Arlin was incredible, and we at 1AM were so glad to see so many familiar faces, as well as the new ones we had the opportunity to meet. We'd like to thank everyone who came through and helped make the night a success. In case you weren't able to catch your glimpse of Arlin's liberated birds and geometric abstraction, you can always fly by the gallery and catch the show until December 15, 2016. For inquiries or catalog requests contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
1AM is pleased to present a photography show & 1 year anniversary party for our Oakland location! Join us in celebrating on Saturday, November 19th from 7-10pm; bring your friends, the show is free and open to the public. This show features an eclectic body of work from local film photographers including Barrett Moore, Alex Ramos, Nick Garcia, Moe Alvarez, Steven Morris, Scotty Liberatore and curator Matthew Gregorio. 1AM Oakland was unveiled on November 19th, 2015, aiming to be an East Bay Hub for artists, classes, and events outside of our prominent [...]
First Amendment Gallery is excited to host “Art To Empire”, a diverse panel talk exploring how to survive as an artist in the Bay Area--defining the art hustle. The panel is made up of some of our local artistic influencers, touching on topics such as gallery insight, personal branding, and industry do’s & don’ts. Bring questions, the floor will be opened for a Q&A after the discussion for creative industry tips! As 1AM has just reached its 8th year in San Francisco, we want to continue sharing our tools and resources to [...]
November is here, and we're sad to say farewell to Ratur and Sckaro! Although the brothers are heading back to France this week, "Tourist" is still on display until November 10th. Following the opening reception, Ratur and Sckaro (AKA Arthur and Oscar Maslard) transitioned from oil paint to spray paint--leaving downtown San Francisco with some of their stunningly surreal mural work. Check them out on 7th & Market, and 6th & Howard! For mural inquiries and catalog requests: email@example.com