"DOUBLE VISION" DUO EXHIBITION
Featuring: Tim Irani & Neddie Bakula
Virtual Preview: Thursday, Feb. 4th, 6-7PM
VIP Collectors Event: Friday, Feb. 5, 4-8PM
Showing: February 6 - 27, 2021
3344 24th St.
San Francisco, CA 94117
Voss Gallery presents “Double Vision,” a duo exhibition of New Contemporary paintings and sculptures by Tim Irani and Neddie Bakula that depicts enchanting environments and alternative realities as an escape from the modern world.
The exhibition is on view February 6-27, 2020. A virtual exhibition preview with the artists will be held on Instagram Live (@vossgallery) on Thursday, Feb. 4th, 6-7PM PST. Join us for a VIP Collectors event at the gallery on Friday, Feb. 5th, 4-8PM to enjoy the first viewing of the exhibition in an elevated and fun environment. Reserve your ticket in advance ($35) to dance to the tunes of DJ Duserock while walking the red carpet and viewing work by Irani and Bakula—in addition to a curated selection of regional artists in the gallery’s lower level space [The Down Low]! Each ticket reserves a 20 minute private viewing for up to four guests; ticket price can be applied to any artwork purchase during the event above $50.
Gallery hours are Wednesday-Saturday, 12-6PM or by appointment; please wear a face covering and observe social distancing. We are closely following the situation with COVID-19 via the CDC and SF Department of Public Health and will share any updates on our website, newsletter, and social media channels.
TIM IRANI (b. Orange County, CA, 1989) received his degree in Architecture from the University of San Francisco before working as a mobile app interface designer. These skills, along with a strong interest in the sciences, inform his artistic practice which contains visual elements of computer-generated imagery and pop art. Irani’s post-analog art showcases a playfully distorted environment where technology and the natural world coexist in careful balance. Irani lives and works in Los Angeles.
NEDDIE BAKULA (b. Pittsburgh, PA, 1988) is a self-taught artist based in Auburn, CA. His work seemingly allows a geometric escape from time. Originally from Pittsburgh, PA, Bakula explored his urban environment in search for solitude and separation from the ‘usual—translated in his work by use of pathways, windows, and doorways in a psychedelic diversion of ‘now.’