Spoke Art presents – Frank Lloyd Wright: ‘Timeless’

Gallery Openings / Exhibitions

Laurent Durieux – The Guggenheim
Twelve color screen print / Regular Edition of 350 / 24″x36″

Spoke Art is pleased to announce that our touring exhibition, Frank Lloyd Wright: Timeless, will be heading to Spring Green, WI this month where it’ll debut at Frank Lloyd Wright’s personal summer home. Recently named as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Taliesin in Spring Green, WI is an 800 acre estate originally constructed in 1911.

To celebrate our third stop on the touring art show (following appearances in New York City and Scottsdale, AZ), we’re excited to announce the release of a brand new limited edition print by artist Laurent Durieux, seen above.

Additionally, we’ll be debuting a brand new glow-in-the-dark screen print variant by artist Rory Kurtz (seen below) and are happy to announce that the artist will be in attendance for the exhibition opening.

For attendees, an allocation of previously sold out prints from our Frank Lloyd Wright series will be available for in-person purchase.

If you’re unable to make it, please stay tuned for our online release on Tuesday, September 3rd. The online release will feature our new prints with Laurent and Rory, alongside our remaining archives of available and sold out prints by Matt Taylor, Nico Delort, JC Richard and more.

5607 County Road C
Spring Green, WI 53588 (map)

Opening Night Reception:
Saturday August 31st: 6pm-9pm – tickets required
Featuring artist Rory Kurtz in person!

Sunday September 1st: 10am-5pm
Monday September 2nd: 10am-5pm

***Online Release:
Tuesday, September 3rd at a random time HERE.

Rory Kurtz – Taliesin
Thirteen color screen print / Glow in the Dark Variant Edition of 100 / 18″x24″

More Information:
– Facebook Event Page – link
– Taliesin Preservation – link
– The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation – link

Pearl Jam: Live In Two Dimensions

Gallery Openings / Exhibitions

Opening last week at Haight Street Art Center is PEARL JAM: LIVE IN TWO DIMENSIONS. This is an extensive exhibition of Pearl Jam gig posters. Covering the entire official Pearl Jam poster series from its origins, development and eventual growth into one of rock’s most remarkable achievements in graphic art, this show will serve hardcore poster collectors, casual fans and the general public alike.

This event is free and open to the public.
The exhibition will be up through September 2019.

Emek exhibition at Black Book Gallery

Gallery Openings / Exhibitions

Black Book Gallery recently had an exhibition featuring the artwork of Emek. They currently have a selection of drawings, rare prints, handbills plus a few never seen before surprises available for purchase.

Check out all the available artwork HERE.

Spoke Art presents: ‘PTV – A Group Show’

Gallery Openings / Exhibitions

Spoke Art is pleased to present P.T.V. – a group exhibition featuring members of the Bay Area graffiti crew Punks Thugs and Vandals. Including a diverse array of artistic styles, inspirations and backgrounds, the crew’s distinctive characters are familiar to Oakland and San Francisco locals, international travelers and beyond.

Starting in 2007, following a San Francisco Department of Public works press conference proclaiming “It is currently up to the Punks, Thugs and Vandals what artwork goes up in the city,” a group of friends began writing the moniker as a tongue-in-cheek reference to the city’s stance on street art. Known for their characters and collaborative pieces, the members of P.T.V. blend styles and genres to find commonality between “punk, hiphop, ska, reggae and taking that same recipe into graffiti, politics and fine art.”

PTV characters can be spotted close to home in Oakland and across the US and internationally in South America, South East Asia, Europe and the Middle East. Please join us Friday, June 7th from 6 – 10pm for the opening reception of P.T.V. We will also be releasing a new limited edition screen print and enamel pin by GATS available first for attendees of the opening. For more information, or additional images, please email us at sf@spoke-art.com.


WHAT : P.T.V. – a group show
WHEN : Opening Reception: June 7th, 6 – 10pm | On View: June 7 – 29, 2019
WHERE : Classic Cars West Beer Garden | 411 26th Street Oakland, CA

FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE : https://www.facebook.com/events/2043079169148815/

Spoke Art presents: Tim Doyle’s “UnReal Estate: Secret Headquarters”

Gallery Openings / Exhibitions

SPOKE ART is pleased to welcome back gallery artist Tim Doyle for his sixth solo exhibition. For this year’s installment of his on-going “UnReal Estate” series, Doyle has tackled all new locations from cinema, television and comic’s most popular cult classics, re-imagining their locales in his signature illustrative style.

Since its conception in 2012, Doyle has tackled a wide range of famous pop culture locales, ranging from the wildly popular and recognizable to the more underground and cult-classic. For this new body of work, Doyle has covered some of his most beloved shows like The Simpsons while exploring new territories like The Transformers and Hayao Miyazaki’s Princess Mononoke. This is the first installment of his UnReal Estate series that he’s blended television, cinema and comics, which makes for a truly unique display.

“UnReal Estate: Secret Headquarters”

a solo exhibition from artist Tim Doyle

February 2nd – 3rd, 2019

Spoke Art
816 Sutter Street
San Francisco, CA 94109

Opening reception: Saturday, February 2nd from 6 PM to 9 PM – Event Page
Saturday, February 2nd from 6 PM to 9 PM
Sunday, February 3rd from 11 AM to 6 PM

Spoke Art presents: Chuck Sperry in ‘Heaven of Many a Tangled Hue’

Gallery Openings / Exhibitions

Spoke SF is pleased to present Heaven of Many a Tangled Hue, a solo exhibition by the prolific San Francisco-based artist and master screen printer Chuck Sperry. For his third solo exhibition with Spoke Art, Sperry has created a verdant garden of new work tended by his signature shimmering muses.

Informed by art historical figures such as Gustave Moreau and William Morris, combined with the poetry of P.B. Shelley, Greek Mythology and his home in the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood of San Francisco, Chuck Sperry has cultivated a distinct style brimming with exuberance and energy. Combined with his masterful printing expertise, Sperry creates ethereal and psychedelically saturated screen prints that draw crowds and dedicated fans around the world.

Creating work for musicians such as The Who, Patti Smith and The Black Keys in addition to his fine art screen prints on panel, Chuck Sperry has also used his artwork for social activism and change. The artist describes his political participation – “Freedom of Speech is our most powerful weapon, and it’s a driving force in my art.”

Please join us for Heaven of Many a Tangled Hue, opening Saturday, April 7th, with an opening night reception from 4pm – 9pm where the artist will be present. All sales will be conducted on a first-come, first-served basis with limits per customer. The exhibition will be on view through Saturday, April 28th. For more information or additional images, please email us at SF@spoke-art.com

RVSP at https://www.facebook.com/events/219273248626970/

Heaven of Many a Tangled Hue
A solo exhibition by Chuck Sperry
Opening night reception : Saturday, April 7th, 2018 (4-9pm)
On view: April 7 – 28th, 2018
Spoke Art – 816 Sutter St. San Francisco CA 94109

Artifacts: The Rock Art of EMEK – A Career Retrospective

Gallery Openings / Exhibitions

The Haight Street Art Center invites you to see ARTIFACTS, an exhibition honoring the life and work of pioneering artist Emek. This extensive retrospective highlights many key works from Emek’s award-winning career. Hailed as “the thinking man’s poster artist” by Henry Rollins, Emek is known for his deeply nuanced illustrations, stitching together allusions to popular culture with deeper meditations on a wide variety of issues and causes. In an Emek poster, environmentalism and civil rights merge with rock music in a seamless blend of art and activism. Join us for this exclusive exhibition devoted to one of history’s most innovative and acclaimed poster artists.

Opening Reception: Saturday February 24th, 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Gallery Hours: Wed-Sun 11:00am to 5:00pm

The Haight Street Art Center
215 Haight St (at Laguna)
San Francisco, CA 94102

***ART SHOW RELEASE PRINT & General Art at Show (for purchase) info.

On February 24th at 6pm visitors will have the opportunity to get a commemorative silkscreen, made for Emeks’ HSAC art show. “Artifacts” is a 24″ x 18″ silkscreen print on Gold Foil paper. A limited edition of 300 is available only at the Haight Street Art Center on Opening Day and available until all 300 are gone. Each poster is signed, numbered & doodled by the honored artist.

There will be roughly 100 miscellaneous posters for sale at the HSAC Gift Shop and 200 posters on display throughout the museum. Hoodies and an assortment of rare items Emek has made throughout his 25 year career, including a few GD50 “Grateful Dead Couple” Dictionary prints and other surprise works will also be sold at the HSAC Gift Shop.

Emek will be in attendance for the “Artifacts” 25 Year Retrospective HSAC Art Opening on February 24th from 6- 8pm PST for meet & greet, autographs and selfies

Two Print Exhibits at Helikon Gallery in Denver

Helikon Gallery in Denver has brand new print releases from two exhibits currently on display.

The first exhibit is called ‘Pixel Palette II: The Art of Digital Painting’ and it features 19 artists from around the world whose work is created using the computer as a painting medium. All work is available to be purchased through their online store HERE

The second exhibit is a solo show by John Vogl called ‘Gazes’ which features a huge array of original digital paintings printed as giclees and screenprints with a small selection of original works as well. All work is available on their online store HERE

‘O Coen, Where Art Thou?’ a tribute to the films of the Coen Brothers @ Spoke Art

Gallery Openings / Exhibitions

O Coen, Where Art Thou?
a group show inspired by the Coen Brothers
February 3rd – 25th, 2018

SPOKE NYC is pleased to present O Coen, Where Art Thou? a tribute art show by over fifty artists from around the world celebrating the films of American filmmakers, Joel & Ethan Coen. Drawing inspiration from the duo’s classic films such as Fargo & True Grit, the exhibition is comprised of a diverse array of painting, sculpture, and limited edition prints, with each artist offering their interpretation of iconic characters in the Coen Brothers films.

The original works from the exhibition are viewable via the link HERE and details on the opening night can be seen on their Facebook Event Page