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“Present Through a Rear-View Mirror” Art Exhibit | SF

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Saturday, August 5, 2017 - 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm | Cost: FREE
State Space SF | 1295 Alabama Street, San Francisco, CA

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State is pleased to announce Present Through a Rear-View Mirror by San Francisco-based artist Rachelle Reichert. Presented as a parallel solo exhibition in tandem with Black Crown Gallery’s Backward Into the Future, this exhibition is the culmination of “Summer Home”, state’s first ever residency program in which Reichert was chosen to create work on-site in the month leading up her exhibition. Present Through a Rear-View Mirror is a collection of new works–primarily made of salt, graphite, and rust–that address idea about raw materials and their extractive economies. The artist offers a close reading of material by facilitating its decay, corrosion, and metamorphosis. This careful way of looking draws both inspiration from and a contrast to technological forms of vision utilized in the exploitation of materials.

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Cost: FREE
Categories: Art & Museums
Address: 1295 Alabama Street, San Francisco, CA