Thanks to everyone that made it out to our artshow this past friday. The photographs look amazing and are priced to sell ($40). So if you get a chance, come by and check out the new work.
The SF Guardian gave the show a little shout out:
“Artifacts of Living” photo show at Curator, 1767 Church, SF; (415) 970-9828: Artifacts of Living. 6-9pm, free. Check out the collection of photos taken with a 1960s Olympus Pen Camera by local photographer Andrew Martin Scott. His photography is contemporary, yet his photos have a vintage quality looking as though they were taken decades ago. Not so, and no iPhone Hipstamatic or any other make-my-photo-look-old-and-cool apps were used either. Get nostalgic for the good ol’ days with images of decaying signs, rusty old cars, antique bikes, and an assortment of old barns, pawn shops, laundromats, liquor stores, barber shops and coffee joints. And it wouldn’t be a proper art opening without booze, so no need to B.Y.O. since the smart folks at Curator have that covered.
– San Francisco Bay Gurdian