“Flood” Opening, Hayes Valley Market

"Flood," Opening, Hayes Valley Market

Wandering out in last night’s super dreamy fog only got better with a liberal application of wine and hooray, Hayes Valley Market is still dishing out art. Back when I was in the neighborhood, I swear I picked up a head of butter lettuce and some fruit nectar here at least a few times before the place was shuttered, gutted, and reborn as an artspace.

Flood is up now, a show of paintings by Felix Macnee, sculpture by Paul Spencer, and collages by our man Matt Gonzalez. After the cut, a bit of video of the scene: a man rowing an imaginary boat with an imaginary fog horn, and girls hugging.

1 Comment so far

  1. SEAN (unregistered) on June 4th, 2007 @ 2:39 pm

    yeah, i live the next block up. i’m so psyched this space as at least temporarily become a cool art venue. and no one likes to see a mom & pop’s place go out of business, but the produce (and most everything else) at the old hayes valley market was way scary. and way past its shelf-life date.



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