Opening Night: Adam Friedman’s “Space and Time, and Other Mysterious Aggregations”

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Adam Friedman

Last weekend, Portland-based artist Adam Friedman opened a solo show at San Francisco’s Eleanor Harwood Gallery titled “Space and Time, and Other Mysterious Aggregations.” Visually striking at a first glance, Friedman’s new collection of paintings apprehends heavy intellectual territory. By exploring geology through his psychedelic visions, Friedman seeks to create a picture of the Earth not centered around humans’ experience. He turns to rocks and other geological formations, unwrapping the Earth’s history from their intricate, ancient layers. Take a look at our exclusive opening night photos below.

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