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THE BEAT WENT ON Reception Saturday, October 22nd 4-7pm & ruth weiss LIVE Sunday, October 23rd 3-5pm Doors 2pm

Posted on | September 29, 2016 | Comments Off on THE BEAT WENT ON Reception Saturday, October 22nd 4-7pm & ruth weiss LIVE Sunday, October 23rd 3-5pm Doors 2pm

Marin, Natives View of Angel Island

(Native’s) View of Angel Island by Sutter Marin, 1975, Oil on Canvas, 40×30

THE BEAT WENT ON : LATE WORKS BY SUTTER MARIN

RECEPTION: Saturday, October 22nd 4-7pm
SPECIAL EVENT: Sunday, October 23rd 3-5pm Doors 2pm
EXHIBITION DATES: October 18th – December 31st, 2016

Known as a beat era artist and poet, Sutter Marin’s extraordinary paintings of the 70’s and 80’s were far out of the visual arts mainstream. Marin’s paintings will be exhibited and accompanied by works by other artists of his milieu, including Paul Beattie, Dorr Bothwell, Roy DeForest, Howard Foote, Madeline Gleason, Charles Howard, Robert Howard, Harry Jacobus, Frank Koci, Jose Ramon Lerma, Mary Tuthill Lindheim, Mary Fuller McChesney, Robert Pearson McChesney, Louis Nadalini, Deborah Remington, Rosalinda Ruiz Scarfuto, Reese Thornton, and Julius Wasserstein. A new selection of antique, modern and contemporary artwork in all media from the gallery collection will also be on display.

An opening reception will be held on Saturday, October 22nd from 4-7pm. The beat will continue on the following day with a special ruth weiss poetry reading with live jazz accompaniment by Hal Davis on percussion and Steve Shain on acoustic base. Sunday, October 23rd from 3-5pm, doors open at 2pm. Reservations are recommended, as seating is limited. Please call (707) 781-7070 to save your seat. Suggested donation $20.

For further information, please contact Camille Palmer at 707-781-7070 or email info@calabigallery.com.