Tracks and Echoes • DZINE Gallery • OPENING NIGHT PARTY 10/27 • 6PM 

OPENING NIGHT PARTY • 6PM-9PM • 128 Utah Street • San Francisco 


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DZINE Gallery, the San Francisco design destination, has announced the opening of its latest exhibition, Tracks and Echoes, on October 27, 2017. Curated by DZINE Gallery’s Philip Bewley, the show features work by 22 local San Francisco artists including commissioned pieces created exclusively for the event. Tracks and Echoes will be the sixth show hosted by DZINE Gallery as part of their ongoing series of gallery events in support of local artists.

During the Oct. 27 opening night reception, countertenor Matheus Court and pianist Keisuke Nakagoshi from San Francisco’s award-winning Opera Parallèle will perform throughout the evening, launching the company’s six-month residency at DZINE. To complete her residency from the previous show, choreographer Amy Seiwert of the Sacramento Ballet will collaborate with Opera Parallèle to provide an accompanying dance to the musical performance. The music will be expressed in the video art of Future Fires projected onto the walls above the performers for a truly multidimensional, multimedia experience.

For Tracks and Echoes, the artists explore visual, temporal, and spatial dimensions using line and repetition in works of fine art. An additional theme reflects the timing of the show from winter to spring and the moods of these seasons found in the poetry of classic Japanese haiku, where the words "tracks” and "echoes" could be “kigo” or seasonal words. In this tradition, winter is a subject of memory; of things stripped to their elements, and an expression of an exquisite, if spare, beauty. The show progresses from the quiet, yet intense beauty of winter, to more polychrome works that suggest the stirrings of spring and the eternal cycle of renewal.

Exhibiting artists in Tracks and Echoes include: Paule Dubois Dupuis, Austin Forbord, Diane Foug, Laura Hapka, Howard Hersh, Gina Jacupke, Barbara Bryn Klare, Adia Millett, Lian Ng, Melissa Parhm, Lauren Parks, Carrie Ann Plank, Lucky Rapp, Rachelle Reichert, Georgina Reskala, Kenneth Sloan, Tabitha Soren, Christopher Stark, Jessie Thatcher, Nikki Vismara, Victoria Welling and Jon Wessel.

The opening reception on Oct. 27 is from 6-9 PM and is free and open to the public. DZINE Gallery is located at 128 Utah Street in San Francisco. For more information, visit