Jason Fulford: High Anxiety


Presenting a multi-part exhibition featuring 12 eclectic color photographs, a slideshow titled 33 Questions from a Mad–House, and an installation for the artist's opening night performance. Fulford is known for the playful, enigmatic quality of his photographs, books, and performances, which provide more questions than answers. Opening: Thursday, Feburary 9, 6-8pm, with an interactive performance by the artist at FraenkelLAB.

This is what SF/Arts curator Christian L. Frock had to say about Jason Fulford: High Anxiety :

This exhibition marks the first Bay Area solo exhibition of photographer Jason Fulford. Drawn from images included in his recent monograph, Contains: 3 Books, and partly inspired by Mel Brooks’ 1977 “satirical psycho-comedy” High Anxiety, a parody of Hitchcock thrillers, this exhibition strives to capture, and to some extent, skewer the present collective state of anxiety in the U. S.

Event Info
Feb 09 → Mar 25
Wed & Thu 1-7 pm; Fri & Sat noon-8 pm & Sun 1-4 pm
1632 Market St., San Francisco
Info: (415) 347-8366
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