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On View: Dave Kinsey’s “Black/White” at FFDG

For three days only, well-known artist and designer Dave Kinsey has a pop-up show at San Francisco's Fecal Face Dot Gallery on view through the end of tomorrow, September 7. For this short exhibition, Kinsey presents a series of abstract, geometric portraits, stripping down his typically bold color palette to combinations of black, white and brown hues. The exhibition includes new large-scale paintings and wood sculptures as well as a series of eight-by-10-inch paintings on clipboards. Take a look at some of the work in the show after the jump.

For three days only, well-known artist and designer Dave Kinsey has a pop-up show at San Francisco’s Fecal Face Dot Gallery on view through the end of tomorrow, September 7. For this short exhibition, Kinsey presents a series of abstract, geometric portraits, stripping down his typically bold color palette to combinations of black, white and brown hues. The exhibition includes new large-scale paintings and wood sculptures as well as a series of eight-by-10-inch paintings on clipboards. Take a look at some of the work in the show below.

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