Robert Minervini is an artist working in painting, drawing, printmaking, murals, and site-specific public art. His work examines spatial environments and notions of utopia in large-scale cityscapes, landscapes, and floral still-life arrangements, which addresses the ecological impact of humanity.
He received his MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute, and his BFA from Tyler School of Art. He has an extensive exhibition history and has participated in artist in residence programs at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, the Headlands Center of the Arts.
Fecal Face has a nice interview they just posted with the artist they are showing opening this week, Josh Keyes. The show opens this Thursday, April 7, the same time our sisters at FIFTY24SF are showing KMNDZ. Keyes’ Magician’s Gardenlooks like it will be another gem from the very talented Portland based artist, with the work getting even more detailed. We are excited about this one.
To your happiness and tomato garden. Imagine when you buy your first house, your family comes over, and they approve of your whole vibe and then you throw out the skull garden chair and throw gradma for a loop. Awesome.
You know, we outwardly scough at the idea of our Valentine sweetie doing a frantic last minute search for Valentines dinner and coming up with The Olive Garden and Red Lobster and Applebees. But really who are we to judge a bottomless pasta bowl, salad, and breadsticks being any less cheesy than Chez Panisse? From Salon.com: A report by a search engine consulting firm called Everspark Interactive reveals that right around 5pm Eastern time on Valentine’s Day, Google lights up like a pinball machine with searches for the following terms:
1) The new Arcade Fire album, The Suburbs is out August 3. Yeah. 2) Seattle radio station The End has 30 second snippets of every song from The Suburbs at their site. 3) There are 8 covers to The Suburbs, and you can see them here. 4) Arcade Fire will stream their Madison Square Garden show live on YouTube. 5) Here is a little video for the band below.