What was the last movie you watched? It’s no surprise that the artistic nature of film entertains and inspires us in a multitude of ways. So what’s better than art emboldened by cinematic gesture?! Join Modern Eden Gallery and Emily Fromm as they present “Picture Show”, an exciting group exhibition welcoming the new year and featuring works by Hugo Kobayashi, Brian McDonald, Catherine E. Moore, Matthew Robertson, Adam Caldwell as well as Emily Fromm. Don’t miss this brilliantly curated collection, where the creative vision of each artist is sure to capture your attention.
Press Release // Modern Eden Gallery and Emily Fromm are excited to present Picture Show, a diverse collection of artwork exploring the subject of film. Since the first movie was created in the late 1800s, film has rapidly become one of the most accessible and important art forms in human culture. As children, we learn to trust movies to entertain us, teach us, instill values, inform our perceptions of the world, and broaden our visual and aesthetic horizons. As a result, they leave lasting impressions on our psyches, perspectives and memories, shaping who we are as adults. In this exhibition, we invite a vibrant group of Bay Area artists to comment on and unpack the art of film, and celebrate the movies that have made us who we are today.
Exhibition Dates: January 9 – February 6, 2021
Modern Eden Gallery
1100 Sutter Street | San Francisco, CA 94109
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Appointments are not required during the public reception, but capacity will be limited to 5 visitors at a time. Per the city and county of San Francisco, masks are required and guests must maintain 6 feet of distance while waiting for entry and during your visit.