A Tarantino/Coen Tribute Royale at Spoke Art Gallery
A fan fury is on its way into town. As if one art tribute to a cult director(s) isn't enough, take two. The Spoke Art Gallery is bringing its traveling tribute to two cinematic greats — Quentin Tarantino and The Coen Brothers — to us.
Dudes and Alabama's can browse pieces paying homage to such gems as Pulp Fiction, True Romance, Fargo, Kill Bill, The Big Lebowski, Reservoir Dogs...am I missing any from my movie collection? To scratch that itch, peruse works from the New York showing. The SF exhibit promises some favorite pieces, and some new ones. Collage, anime, watercolor, sketch, blood, guns, boobs; violent inspiration abounds.
And stop and smell the fresh paint — the new gallery space on Sutter Street opened in early May. An exhibit with a vengeance, what a way to kick off summer. But yeah, well, you know, that's just, like, my opinion, man.
Quentin vs Coen, June 2-30 at Spoke Art Gallery, 816 Sutter Street at Jones
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