Week End Picks: Kelly Tunstall at 111 Minna Gallery

This solo exhibition includes the largest works of Tunstall’s career, some archaic drawing methods, some site-specific installations, and a reinterpretation of the Eames’ classic power of 10. The Secret State examines civilization’s long romance with the examination of the space that we inhabit and our scale within it; the exhibition itself is aimed not at providing any comprehension of our universe’s truths, but instead, at celebrating the joy of discovering new clues to their elaborate puzzles and the spaces between.  Large and small works present a think tank of characters; a seer, a scientist/naturualist, an astronomer, and a doctor/engineer all bravely led by Alexander the Great and a shape-shifting machine.

Link to 111 Minna Street, SF, CA 94105

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