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“Performance Photography by Ruth E. Kaiser” Exhibit Opening Reception

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Gould Evans

95 Brady Street

San Francisco, CA 94103

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An opening reception for artist Ruth E. Kaiser, hosted by Gould Evans. Photos, music, dancing, drinks and light appetizers.

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“Photographing live performances is a ton of fun. Thanks to all who have granted me access to do this thing I love.” –Ruth E. Kaiser

Join us at the opening reception of Ruth E. Kaiser’s exhibit, "Performance Photography," hosted by architecture and design studio Gould Evans. The evening will feature work by Ruth E. Kaiser capturing intimate and personal moments during live performances of musicians and artists such as Iggy Pop, Green Day, Angélique Kidjo, of Montreal, Ani DiFranco, The Wailers and many others including local musicians from around the Bay Area.

This event is FREE to attend. All artwork is available for purchase. Venmo is the preferred method of payment, but other methods can be arranged.

Complementing these evocative works will be music by DJs David Fletcher and Christopher Watkins playing tracks of many of the featured performers. Dancing is encouraged!

Opening Reception:

Thursday, March 19, 2020

6:00pm - 9:00pm

Can’t attend the opening reception but interested in viewing the exhibit or purchasing a photograph? Feel free to stop by the Gould Evans Studio any time during standard business hours.

Note: Occasional Gould Evans activities might limit full access to all areas where art is displayed.

Please email sfstudio@gouldevans.com to schedule your visit or just come by.

Exhibition Closes: Friday, April 17, 2020.

Exhibition on Display:

March 20, 2020 to April 17, 2020*

Monday - Friday | 9:00am - 5:00pm

*Note: No visitors will be allowed entry on Friday, April 10th.

About the Artist

Ruth E. Kaiser is a lifelong Bay Area artist. She produces art of all kinds, using all kinds of media. Making art defines who she is and how she lives. Additionally, she uses her photography to document the lives of refugee populations in refugee camps and people seeking medical services from NGOs worldwide. She is a teacher and a children’s author.

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