San Francisco California
7 Heron St
Foundation focuses on the concepts of home and community, and their relationship with one another. Is home a place, an idea, a coterie? The exhibition explores how the idea of shelter may take many forms.
Heron Arts is pleased to announce the group exhibition Foundation featuring artists Aaron Glasson, Faith XLVII, Saylem Celeste, Salomée Souag and a selection of local artists who have experienced or are presently experiencing homelessness, curated by Hospitality House. The exhibition explores the ideas of home and community. The exhibition will be on view at Heron Arts until November 20th, 2021. The opening reception for Foundation is on Saturday, October 23rd, 2021, from 7-10 pm and is free and open to the public.
Foundation will focus on the concepts of home and community, and their relationship with one another. Is home a place, an idea, a coterie? The exhibition explores how the idea of shelter may take many forms. Shelter is famously included as a foundational basic need in Maslow's hierarchy of needs. We are asking artists and the audience to explore what home means beyond cliché.
A piece to speak to home as abuse for many women of the world. The heavyweight of the larger head sits on a smaller head, this can also mean the abuse we have towards ourselves. The stand it’s on bleeds and moves from black to white, when we heal it’s a forever changing loop that changes from darkness to light.