Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Contrasting Realities?

Aftermodern, a gallery centered on showing artists who create pieces that "uniquely probe the contemporary
urban experience in terms of the social, sexual, political and spiritual constructs that define our collective existence." What more could you want?

This weekend is the last time you can catch Charles Anselmo's photographs at this space. His portraits of Cuba dig out a reality disconnected from Americans due to varying layers of language, culture, political history, and the need for severe personal perseverance.

Aftermodern, along with five other galleries, is open this Saturday from 1pm-5pm as part of the "Last Saturday Art Walk" in SoMa.

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