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Soft Times Gallery presents “In the interest of time”, a solo exhibition by artist Anthony Torrano. The exhibit showcases the work that the artist created during a studio residency at Soft Times during the month of January. With a mixture of collages and paintings, the artist has explored imagery that is reminiscent of San Francisco as well as his current residence in Brooklyn.

Evocative of maps and landscapes, the textured abstract scenarios within Torrano’s work are influenced by his upbringing and surroundings, the city’s landscape and surfaces reflected in paint, providing visually relatable elements for residents of the city.

In Torrano’s current process, free-flowing collages that channel these moments in time, influenced by the urban environment, become evolved into shaped canvases for further development. Torrano has created new works on shaped canvases for this exhibition - extending beyond what he considers painting, but rather existing in a middle ground between painting and sculpture.

The exhibit will be on view during regular gallery hours from February 2nd through February 23rd.

"In the interest of time," a solo exhibition by Anthony Torrano

Opening Reception:

Thursday, February 2nd, 6-9PM 

905 Sutter Street

San Francisco, CA 94109


photo courtesy of Paula Lycan





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