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“Bad Dads” A Tribute to Wes Anderson


"Bad Dads," LoPo Gallery, October 30th 8 p.m. - "The Death of Buckley" is artist and print maker, Tim Doyle's beautiful contribution to the Wes Anderson tribute group show, Bad Dads opening tonight at San Francisco's LoPo Gallery. Curator Ken Harman put the exhibition together as LoPo's inaugural show which pays homage to the venerated director whose films are rife with awkward family dynamics that play out as both dismal and humorous at once. It is no wonder that so many connect to his work.

The Death of Buckley” is artist and print maker, Tim Doyle’s beautiful contribution the Wes Anderson tribute group show, Bad Dads opening tonight at San Francisco’s LoPo Gallery. Curator Ken Harman put the exhibition together as LoPo’s inaugural show which pays homage to the venerated director whose films are rife with awkward family dynamics that play out as both dismal and humorous at once. It is no wonder that so many connect to his work. 

Hi-Fructose is looking forward to this evening which will feature over 75 artists at LoPo Gallery located at Tonight’s opening, curated by Ken Harman, is also the inaugural show at Lopo Gallery, located at 1171 Polk St., in San Francisco. Enter through 2nd floor of Space Gallery at 1141 Polk Street. For more on the show and previews go here and here.

“The Death of Buckley” 
12×24. 5 color. Edition of 150
original drawing
Come check out the show to see new works from artists such as Ana Bagayan, Caia Koopman, Dave MacDowell, Carlos Ramos, Tim Doyle, Kevin Tong, Greg Gossel, Dave Correia, Jason Vivona, Zoltron, Munk One and many more!
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