Only a few hours left to submit for Approaching the Unreal!
Wednesday: July 2, 2014
(above) Late for Dinner by Tom Chambers.
Only a few hours left to submit for ourcall for entries, Approaching the Unreal! This exhibition is in collaboration with APA San Francisco. All entries must be uploaded by midnight (Pacific Standard time).
In the following weeks, gallery director, Bryan Yedinak, and gallery manager, Danny Sanchez, will review the work submitted and begin curating the September exhibition. We are asking artists to submit images that are more narrative based with a touch of whimsy or surreal. Great examples by Modernbook Gallery artist are Tom Chambers, Jamie Baldridge, Maia Flore and Kristina Varaksina. Please do not miss your opportunity to submit for this call for entries!
Modernbook Gallery will be closed on Friday, July 4th and Saturday, July 5th. The gallery will resume a regular business schedule on Tuesday, July 8th.
Also, with fourth of July festivities taking place this week, the art walk scheduled for First Thursday is bumped to next week, Thursday July 10th, 5:30-7:30pm. Please mark your calendar!
Mark, Bryan, Danny, & Clara
Summer Book Sale
Up to 40% off!
To celebrate the beginning of the summer season Modernbook Gallery is having a summerbook sale! This is a great time to fill the gaps in your collection.
For a limited time, complimentary shipping is available on all US orders!
Approaching the Unreal
Final Day to Submit!
Modernbook Gallery is excited to announce that we have partnered with APA San Francisco for their third annual Curator's Voice exhibition.
This year's theme will be, Approaching the Unreal. Gallery Director, Bryan Yedinak and Gallery Manager, Danny Sanchez, will curate and then exhibit a selection of images at Modernbook Gallery. Last day to submit is July 2nd!
Images must be uploaded on APA website by midnight (Pacific Standard Time) on July 2nd.
Maia Flore & Kristina Varaksina
exhibition extended to July 26th
(above) Sleep Elevation #12
Maia's Sleep Elevations are whimsy images of girls in various states of sleep. Their adventures from the real world into dreamland vary from high above the streets of Paris or just above the soothing sounds of the ocean.
(above) Brothers in Arms by Kristina Varaksina.
Kristina's Mystery of the Female explores human psychology by telling stories and creating imaginary worlds. Creative lighting and play of the colors are the key elements of her work.
(above) a collection of images from Maia's, Sleep Elevation series.
(above) a collection of images from Kristina's, Mystery of the Female series.