Opening Night: You should’ve been here yesterday.

March 18, 2012 | Posted in Past Shows & Events

You should’ve been here yesterday.
A Surf-inspired Group Exhibition
March 16th – April 13th, 2012
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Friday night was jam packed and well received as we paddled into an epic show featuring an eclectic mix of surf-inspired artwork. When we set out to do this show, we wanted to make sure we had a solid showing of work with varying styles, and we we’re really happy with the way it turned out. A huge thanks goes out to all of you who came out, and all of our artists that made this night a memorable one. And an extra special thanks to Summer Brooke and her band who battled the elements to give us a really beautiful musical performance. More photos of opening night after the jump.

There’s a few things you can always count on in San Diego. A good street taco, mid-seventies temperatures and of course, surf. It seems like an obvious concept, but we’ve never had a show at Subtext that celebrates the constant tide that San Diego bestows on us. You should’ve been here yesterday is our first surf-inspired group exhibition that will feature new works from San Diego artists and photographers including Myles McGuinnessKevin RocheSusan WickstrandPaul DrohanPhil GibbsJohn AntoskiSkye WalkerEmil KozakTocayoChris Park , Dane Danner, John DurantJosh Oldenburg, & William Sager.

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