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Free Space Film Screening

ART Produce Gallery 3139 University Ave. North Park, San Diego 92104 Friday, June 25, 2010 7pm Join us Friday evening for two film screenings about urban space. Drinks and bites will be provided. Screening 1 7:00pm- Lost Book Found by Jem Cohen (35 min.) This short film is a Walter Benjamin-inspired portrait of New York...
THERE GOES THE NEIGHBORHOOD! 2010

THERE GOES THE NEIGHBORHOOD! 2010

There Goes the Neighborhood! is a four day event that not only hopes to shed light on issues of art and its relationship to a specific community, but to also re-examine, through artistic interventions, some aspects of the neighborhood that are sometimes overlooked. There Goes the Neighborhood! has been organized by a group of artists,...

Andrew Printer – Second Thoughts From Normal Heights

Agitprop presents “Second Thoughts From Normal Heights”, an exhibition of recent work by emerging photographer Andrew Printer. “Second Thoughts From Normal Heights” comprises two series of images addressing themes of gay male representation, queer identity and gay assimilation. In addition to premiering his photographs in San Diego, Printer invites the community to engage with the...

Detritus

      We all have a lot of things laying around.  Detritus is an attempt to reexamine those utilitarian objects that are often used and simultaneously overlooked.  The table holds twenty palm sized everyday objects carved out of marble.   This piece was completed in 2005. –David  http://www.davidwhitework.com/