The Shadowshopper is a partial catalog of over 200 Bay Area artist's wares for sale at Shadowshop, a temporary retail project by Stephanie Syjuco embedded in SFMOMA's fifth floor galleries. 100% of all sales go directly to the artist-producer. Support local creative capital!
3/14 UPDATES!Time is running out to visit Shadowshop! We officially shutter our doors forever on May 1, 2011. Only open for just over five months, we were always meant to be temporary. Join us to see hot new inventory from local Bay Area artists, and save the date of April 28 for our "FINAL DAYS" closing event party!
Monday - Tuesday: 11:30am - 5pm
Thursday: 11:30am - 8pm
Friday - Sunday: 11:30am - 5pm
*closed for 1/2 hour every day for lunchbreak anytime from 1-2pm
i’m looking for:
- SHADOWSHOP FINAL DAYS Closing Event! April 28
- MARCH RESIDENT ARTIST: Juan Luna-Avin: black markets and media bootlegs!
- alena rudolph: potluck pals
- laura splan: mirror mirror
- jeff foye + gordon winiemko
- imin yeh: authentic handcarved woodblocks
- gabrielle teschner: make nation
- charlene tan: happymeal
- art for a democratic society: iraq war activity book
- matthew rana & rick butler: the autobiography of ernest patrick butler
- alison pebworth: occular recovery packet
- marci washington: dark mirror zine
- art for a democratic society: if you give a gay mouse a cookie
- hilary pecis: cut & paste (paper dolls)
- art for a democratic society: letters from an old sell-out
- FEBRUARY RESIDENT ARTIST IMIN YEH and the NIANHUA WORKSHOP!
- alison pebworth: vintage roadside show & tell patches
- nathan lynch: respect yourself
- robert larkin: baldessaring baldessari
- kelly lynn jones: a mediated living box
- justin hoover: 100 performances for the hole
- terry hoff: fu & iou
- teri claude: drag dollars
- art for a democratic society: community consensus manifesto
- art for a democratic society: ultimate manifesto set
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Terrance Graven is an interdisciplinary artist, based in San Francisco, whose installations often incorporate sculptural elements, live performances, costumes, sound pieces, and theatrical lighting. He works with themes about the fragility of the body and the frailty of life. This committed exploration on these topics often makes him very apprehensive, but is the core and strength of his creative process. Graven’s goal is not to appease and comfort, but rather to agitate and illuminate places that are usually left unexplored.
For Shadowshop at SFMOMA, Carolyn has designed a series of T-shirts and Totes. The T-shirts are inspired by famous soccer players of the past and present, such as Pelé from Brazil and Pibe from Colombia.
Carolyn Castaño is a Los Angeles based artist and former San Francisco artist and resident. Carolyn is the recipient of the 2011 C.O.L.A Award, City of Los Angeles Individual Artist Fellowship. Her work has been featured in exhibitions both nationally and internationally, most recently in LACMA’s critically acclaimed Phantom Sightings: Art After the Chicano Movement, which traveled to the Museo del Barrio in New York City, Museo Zapopan in Guadalajara, and the Museo Tamayo in Mexico City. Other exhibitions include International Paper at the Hammer, Liquid LA at the Pasadena Museum of California Art, Bay Area Now and Three Great Walls at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. Carolyn has an M.F.A from the UCLA School of Art & Architecture and a B.F.A. from the San Francisco Art Institute.
Jason Jägel’s edition investigates the repeating pattern for it’s link to the electromagnetic fascia of life as found in brotherhood, family, and other social relationships. Jason’s pattern was printed in two color-ways to produce a handkerchief with hand-drawn border and a third color-way which we used to make a reversible tie. Handkerchiefs come in blue and brown, both with blue border. Jason’s edition was produced during back to back residencies at the Royal Nonesuch Gallery and the Headlands Center for the Arts.
Alula editions was formed by artists Helena Keeffe and Amber Cady. Subscribe to Alula Editions and receive 4 limited edition artworks in the mail for $200 plus tax (CA residents only) and shipping. Each object will be a multiple made from silkscreened fabric designed by the artists we work with each season.