ABOUT MERCURY CAFE
Mercury Cafe offers locally roasted direct-trade coffee. Our single origin coffees are from Four Barrel Coffee and our blends are from De La Paz Coffee. We also offer small-batch baked goods, made-to-order sandwiches, and house-made soups. Our food is as local and organic as possible without becoming unaffordable. Come on by. A bright and comfortable spot with good coffee and food awaits.
On exhibition from
APRIL 6 to JUNE 14, 2016
Mercury Cafe located at 201 Octavia Street, San Francisco
SATURDAY, MAY 21, 2016
7PM to 9PM
14 Black Poppies is a non-profit project that presents contemporary artists from diverse backgrounds and practices at venues accessible to the public throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. Past exhibiting artists include Elisa Chu, Kirthi Nath, Rebecca Schultz, Ginger Snap, Bousa Concepts, Steve Piasecki, Taped Metal Canvas, Rhiannon MacFadyen, Jason Wyman, and many more.
14 Black Poppies is fiscally sponsored by Independent Arts & Media.
CliABOUT HARRISON LOVE
Born into an artistic family and having lived and worked in New York, Belgium, Tokyo, Shanghai, Singapore, Peru and Colombia it has become increasingly difficult to summarize the life and influences of Harrison Love.
A writer recently described the artists work with the terms "Indigenous Futurism," based on the artists experiences in foreign countries studying the role of art in indigenous cultures.
Currently living, exhibiting and making artwork in San Francisco, within the past few years Harrison has quickly become an advocate for the resurgence and continued development of art programs in San Francisco. The artist has a proven dedication to the arts having managed the Divisadero Art Walk through the late Big Umbrella Studios and developing murals and workshop programs throughout the city with the help of organizations like SOMArts and the OMI Gallery in Oakland.
More works by Harrison Love can be seen at The SFMOMA Artist's Gallery at Fort Mason.
Harrison Love is the recipient of several National and State Scholastic Awards as well as the winner of "Best in Show," at The Annual Brooklyn Salon Show in 2012.
Click here for Harrison Love's Exhibition List. To contact the artist, please visit his website.