We are thrilled to be taking over the Dufwin Theater in downtown Oakland for our second pop-up art exhibition titled “Transitions: political, social and religious.”
Join us on Friday March 29 for our opening reception from 6-9pm to celebrate the works featured by Bay Area artists that draw on themes of political, social and religious events.
The exhibition allows artists to use various media to interpret current social, political and religious events. Some of the art includes photographs of Tibet prior to its closure to tourists and political art merging flags of China, Russia and the United States. We feel the art will enable open discussions and encourage a vision of a harmonious future. These are just a few samples of art we think will open up discussions about recent events and a vision for harmonious future.
The reception will continue on First Friday, April 4 from 6-9pm and on Saturday April 6 from 1-4pm. The receptions are free and open to the public. Food and drinks will be served during the event.
“Transitions” will be on display until April 30 and by appointment.
This showcase is presented by ArtX Gallery, a group that organizes pop-up art exhibitions in the Bay Area.
The Dufwin Theater formerly known as the Roxie opened in the 1920s was a premier movie house from the 60s through the 80s when it closed. First run movies were shown until its closure. It is now an office building.
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These are just a sample of images on display at the reception.