Paint the Void at 111 Minna – August 19th

 

By thesanfranciscoegotist / /

“Life is hard, but it’s better with Art” featuring studio artworks created by a selection of Paint the Void artists, amidst the twilight of the coronavirus.

This exhibition marks the re-opening of 111 Minna Gallery after 19 months of closure. These artists’ messages of hope, beauty and resilience on the plywood boards of shuttered businesses played a significant role in reshaping public imagination. Paint the Void shares their artwork in their first gallery show to which they hope helps reimagine private spaces as much as their murals did on the streets around our neighborhoods.

EVERYONE ATTENDING THE OPENING NIGHT AND THE EXHIBITION THEREAFTER MUST BE FULLY VACCINATED.

This show includes just a small selection of our Bay Area murals artists. There are hundreds more that created murals and inspirational work alongside Paint the Void and many, many more who have done so independently of their fundraising effort. For the full list of their artists and their images visit Paint the Void’s map, made by one of Paint the Void’s generous volunteers Su Quek.

Get your free tickets here.

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