Love and Anarchy

Ictus Gallery Presents

“Love and Anarchy,” an art exhibition featuring works
by Cece Carpio, Kira Curtis, Fernando Marti, and Jermaine Rogers.

An installation of indoor graffiti mural art, posters, paintings and prints celebrating all things that deviate, defy and yet carry each other.

July 23rd – Sept 1st 2011

Opening reception: Saturday July 23rd, 6pm – 10pm
Closing Reception: Thursday Sept. 1st, 6pm – 10pm

1769 15th St. @Albion (Between Valencia and Guerrero), San Francisco, CA 94013

We can define our days as we choose, and infuse the most fraught of situations with emotion. And out of that alchemy can come the transformation of a soul, a block, a city and beyond. In the works of Cece Carpio, Kira Curtis, Fernando Marti, and Jermaine Rogers, we see this kind of celebration of renegades, who resist the constructs of power but do so with all encompassing love that builds rather than tears down.

“Love and Anarchy” brings together four artists working in different mediums, each with their own unique and distinct styles, infusing and combining to create exciting visual, immersive narratives. “Love and Anarchy” explores these ideas through popular and accessible mediums including posters and mural graffiti. The works writing to ever present, universal themes of love and power.

The opening night reception will feature live music, film projection (Lina Mueller’s 1973 film “Loveand Anarchy”) and other love harnessing and happily deviant activities. Please join us.

Icus gallery features an emerging aesthetic of multi-dimensional realities and art forms occurring between and within places and people, the territories of artists, the revealing of things… within landscapes of travail and transformation. The artists in transit – inside their work, and their worlds, bent on a subversive contemporary point of view.

Gallery hours: Tuesday- Saturday 12pm-5pm and by appt.

Love and Anarchy exhibit Images of art works are here