This Saturday, Hashimoto Contemporary unveils The Moleskine Project IV - a collective sketchbook exhibit co-curated by Sydney-based artist Rod Luff and gallery director Ken Harman. An annual group show, The Moleskine Project consists of over 70 artists from around the world producing artwork on blank Moleskine sketchbooks. This exhibition celebrates these makers and their practices, each stemming from different creative backgrounds in film, fine art, comics, illustration, animation and more. “The ubiquitous sketchbook is a common ground through which a visual dialogue is exchanged from page to page, forming a colorful language of imagery and experimental use of media throughout the exhibition.', states Luff. "In experiencing the multitude of personal realms depicted by the artists, we are drawn to appreciate the seemingly infinite range of creative possibilities that exist within the omnipresent blank page. This show is a tribute to the power of sketchbooks to influence and inform others as well as ourselves.”
Take a peek of few images from the show courtesy of the gallery.
Saturday, April 4th 6-10pm Hashimoto Contemporary 804 Sutter Street San Francisco, CA 94109 www.hashimotocontemporary.com
Stella Im Hultberg