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Spoke Art’s “Oakland Now” Group Show

A relatively new art space that has been open just over a year, San Francisco's Spoke Art has quickly become one of the primary hubs of contemporary art in the city. Spoke Art recently opened a pop-up gallery in Oakland, bringing some of our favorite artists that we have featured in print and online to the Bay Area's other culture capital for the summer group show "Oakland Now." Original works by Isabel Samaras (Vol. 20), Kelly Allen (Vol. 19), Brendan Monroe, Brett Amory (Vol. 20) and many others will be on view in the temporary space until August 25.

Kelly Allen

A relatively new art space that has been open just over a year, San Francisco’s Spoke Art has quickly become one of the primary hubs of contemporary art in the city. Spoke Art recently opened a pop-up gallery in Oakland, bringing some of our favorite artists that we have featured in print and online to the Bay Area’s other culture capital for the summer group show “Oakland Now.” Original works by Isabel Samaras (Vol. 20), Kelly Allen (Vol. 19), Brendan Monroe, Brett Amory (Vol. 20) and many others will be on view in the temporary space until August 25.

Aaron Nagel

Brett Amory

Isabel Samaras

Deth P Sun

Marcos LaFarga

Jesse Hernandez

John Casey

Scott Hove

Justin Lovato

Brendan Monroe

Ken Davis

Nicomi Nix Turner

Gina Tuzzi

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