Natalie Mount & John Law are Throwing a Party!
SIGNMAN: John Law is a three-month long retrospective of the San Francisco based, underground artist John Law, curated by Pro Arts’ Executive Director and curator, Natalia Mount. The exhibition, scheduled to open on June 7th, 2019, will include new work, documentation of events and explorations, neon art, and video works. For the first time, audiences will have the chance to meet SIGNMAN – one of the most influential avant-garde artists in the SF Bay Area.
Executive Director & Curator of Pro Arts, Natalia Mount & Artist John Law request the pleasure of your company at SIGNMAN: The FUNraiser!
Sat, November 17!
Reception 7:00 pm | Presentation with surprises 8:00 pm
Live Auction 9:00 pm | light refreshments & drinks served
If you are out of town and can’t make it, you can still help by buying a ticket! Please leave a note when you buy the ticket, and they’ll post on the website and across social media, upon your permission.
All proceeds from this event will benefit the 2019 retrospective of John Law at Pro Arts Gallery, SIGNMAN: John Law.
To donate, please visit our website: SIGNMAN: The FUNraiser
* Pro Arts is a 501 (c) (3) charitable organization. All donations to Pro Arts are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Our EIN # is 94-2259269.
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via Pro Arts – “John Law is an enigma. And if you ask him, he wants to stay that way. After forty-two years of artmaking, urban explorations, pranks, happenings and a multitude of essays, somehow, he remains largely unknown in the art establishment. What’s more is that hardly anyone is aware of his roles in significant collectives, some he has co-founded, others that he has been a contributor to: Communiversity, Suicide Club, The Cacophony Society, Billboard Liberation Front, Dark Passage/Ars Subterranea, Seafoam Palace LLC, SF Cyclecide Bike Rodeo, Survival Research Labs, SantaCon/flash mobs, Madagascar Institute, SEEMEN, Laughing Squid, Burning Man, and last but not least The Bronx Pipe Smoking Society.”