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‘A Taste of Things to Come’ at Spoke Art

Hi-Fructose's own Ken Harman recently opened a small gallery space of his own here in San Francisco, Spoke Art. On view this month is a preview exhibition highlighting the coming year's selection of solo shows. Featuring works by Nimit Malavia, Rod Luff, Sam Wolfe Connelly, Handiedan, Serge Gay Jr., Casey Weldon, Jonas Lofgren, Ron Ulicny, and Tim Doyle, the coming year at Spoke looks to be a nice selection of emerging artists. Get a preview of the show after the jump.

Casey Weldon

Hi-Fructose’s own Ken Harman recently opened a small gallery space of his own here in San Francisco, Spoke Art. On view this month is a preview exhibition highlighting the coming year’s selection of solo shows. Featuring works by Nimit Malavia, Rod Luff, Sam Wolfe Connelly, Handiedan, Serge Gay Jr., Casey Weldon, Jonas Lofgren, Ron Ulicny, and Tim Doyle, the coming year at Spoke looks to be a nice selection of emerging artists and is on view until August 25th.

Serge Gay Jr.

Sam Wolfe Connelly

Ron Ulicny

Handiedan

Nimit Malavia

Jonas Lofgren

Rod Luff

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