Saturday, October 10, 2009

Lots of art this fine day in SF

Started at the De Young Museum for the Kin Tut Exhibit. Though Tut's death mask and sarcophagus were not included, the show is amazing.

Then on to Yat's on Potrero Hill for some Louisiana Po' boy sandwiches and some suds. Believe me, the combo tastes like art.

Over to Fabric8 in the Mission where we saw Ursula Xanthe Young's solo show, "Atlered States, Dreamscapes and Underworlds" in their back room gallery and met the artist out in the rear garden.

Topped the day off by going to an open studio in the Castro to see the work of Joseph Wrye. It was a bit of a maze to get into but it added to the mystery, making the reveal all the more poignant.

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