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688 Gallery Academy Of Art University

688 Gallery is one of three non-profit galleries for the Academy of Art University in downtown San Francisco featuring a variety of fine art, photography and mixed medium artworks by students, faculty, and alumni. Every month each of the galleries change exhibits featuring a new variety of artwork reflecting emerging artists. The other galleries for the Academy of Art University are located on 79 New Montgomery Street and 625 Sutter Street. All profits benefit the artist and the Academy of Art University’s Scholarship Fund.

San Francisco

United States
Address:
688 Sutter Street
94102
Phone: 415.346.4549
Website: http://my.academyart.edu/campusinfo/gall


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Artists Represented

The Academy of Art University represents MFA and BFA students, faculty and alumni from various departments of the university.


Current Exhibitions

688 Gallery is pleased to present the works of Rachel Moseley and Todd Yoder, two artists who both focus on a very specific slice of American life in the 1940’s. Through her narrative series “My Heroes Have Always Been Cowboys”, Moseley explores her father’s childhood growing up in Texas in the 40’s. Touching on themes of war, segregation and the search for the “American dream”, Moseley’s oil illustrations have a nostalgic undertone as she aims to bridge the gap between her imagination and her father’s narrated family history. Yoder’s traditional oil paintings present various scenes depicting a hobo musician’s life on the rails. With the use of a sepia color palette and immense detail, Yoder reveals moments of camaraderie, joy and uncertainty through his characters.


WHO:
Rachel Moseley
Todd Yoder

WHEN: August 5th, 2010 – August 30th, 2010
Opening Reception: August 5th, 2010
5:30 pm – 7:30 pm


Forthcoming Exhibitions

688 Gallery

Michael Gosbee- Sculptural Works

WHAT:
688 Gallery will be exhibiting the work of mixed media sculptor, Michael Gosbee. Mainly working with clay, metal and wood, Gosbee creates objects that suggest conceptual concerns. Using limitation to his advantage, Gosbee’s poetic sculptures deal with ambiguity through his use of combining juxtaposed and fragmented materials.

WHO:
Michael Gosbee

WHEN:
September 1st, 2010- September 30th, 2010
Opening Reception: Thursday, September 2nd , 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.


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Submission Policy

Current Academy of Art University students, alumni and faculty


Press Links

http://my.academyart.edu/campusinfo/gallery_info.html


Location And Getting There

688 Sutter Street
San Francisco, CA 94102



Contact-Directors/Staff

Amy Vazquez
Gallery Representative
415.346.4549


Opening Times

Monday - Friday 9:00am - 6:00pm; Saturday 10:00am – 5:00pm