“Filling Space” new work by street artist Eddie Colla | SOMA
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Nationally recognized and published street artist Eddie Colla has a new gallery opening on Jan 14, 2010, called “Filling Space” at the Baxter and Cook Art Advisors Showroom in the SoMa neighborhood of San Francisco.
Focusing on social justice and activism through art, Eddie has participated in group exhibitions at San Francisco’s Space Gallery and Secession Gallery, most notably the “Manifest Hope Art Gallery” shows at the 2008 Democratic National Convention. Eddie is published in “Art for Obama: Designing Manifest Hope and the Campaign for Change” edited by Shepard Fairey & Jennifer Gross, “Hope: A Collection of Obama Posters and Prints” by Hall Elliot Wert, and “San Francisco Street Art” by Steve Rotman. Eddie Colla has garnered national attention with his provocative wheatpaste prints, culminating in “Filling Space”. This is his first independent exhibit.
What: “Filling Space” new work by street artist Eddie Colla
When: Thursday Jan 14 @ 5:30PM-8:30PM
Where: Baxter & Cook Art Advisors, 2 Henry Adams Street, Suite 358, San Francisco, CA 94103
Contact: email@example.com or Holly Baxter (415) 865-0231
Tags: Art, artist, environmental awareness, exhibit, Free, graffiti, local, Mixed Media, painting, political, SOMA, street, sustainability
Categories: Art & Museums, San Francisco