For almost a decade, San Francisco has not hosted an internationally ranked fine art fair. This year, the San Francisco Fine Art Fair has arrived and Guerrero Gallery is pleased to announce its participation. Visitors can view works by over 500 artists from around the globe. Guerrero Gallery will be exhibiting three artists: Hilary Pecis, Ryan Wallace, and Cody Hudson.
A native Californian, Hilary resides and works from the city of San Francisco, where she is a recent MFA graduate from California College of the Arts. Receiving awards such as SF Weekly’s Mastermind Grant and San Francisco Arts Commission’s Murphy and Cadogan Fellowship. Also being featured in publications such as New American Painters. Pecis’ work is a depiction of landscapes influenced by Internet, television and other media sources. Images and shards from glossy magazine pages are reassembled into a surrogate image within the new composition in combination with code imbedded drawings of rock formations. With an interest and focus on the interchangeability of images and the capability to perceive and ignore them, Hilary, draws attention to how we are conditioned by the media’s overwhelming supply of information.
Born in New York in 1977, Ryan Wallace now lives and works in Brooklyn. Inspired by the crackpot as well as the genius, Ryan creates atmospheric work that draws influence from physics, cognitive sciences and ideas such as the Omega Point or Singularity. Embracing ambiguity with a simultaneous sense of assembly and disintegration Ryan Wallace’s multi-faceted practice truly cultivates a sensuality of surface, texture and tone.
Cody Hudson is a Chicago based artist, also known for his graphic design contributions under the name Struggle Inc. Known for the production of clean, multi-dimensional graphics, Cody’s design aesthetic is part urban modernism, and part organic visual deconstruction. His graphic work and paintings have been exhibited throughout the US, Europe and Japan including the Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago), New Image Art (LA), Rocket Gallery (Tokyo), The Lazy Dog (Paris), & Andrew Rafacz (Chicago). In 2006 Cody was commissioned by the City of Chicago Public Art Program to create a permanent installation at the Sox/35th CTA station as part of the Arts in Transit Program. Cody’s work has been featured in numerous magazines and publications including idN, Arkitip, Anthem & Juxtapoz.