“Mutifarious Tendancies” opens tonight at San Francisco’s Fabric8 Galleries.
Here’s what they have to say –
Fabric8 is pleased to present Multifarious Tendencies, a group show of new work by the artists Brett Amory, Adam Flores, Kevin Taylor, and Micke Tong, curated by Sandra Silvoy.
While different in style and background, these artists translate a mutual concern for the particularities of human tendency. Brett Amory captures our state of anticipation, wherein an individual is not entirely present to the moments passing. Adam Flores reveals struggles of social and economic classes, religion, family values and morality. Kevin Earl Taylor bypasses a natural law that binds us as he explores absurdities of an animal’s relation to man. Micke Tong steps into a dialogue of faith, power, and life’s anomalies with his sculptural constructions. Touchstones of the human experience arise in combining these multifarious tendencies.
Above is work by Brett Amory, “Working,” Oil on Wood, 48in by 48in (in detail).
The exhibition runs through August 30, 2010. Fabric8 Galleries, 3318 22nd Street, San Francisco.
Full flier and work by Adam Flores after the jump.