Ian Robertson-Salt "Nine to Five"
Opening Reception: Friday, Jan. 7, 6-9PM
Showing: January 7 - February 5, 2022
3344 24th St.
San Francisco, CA 94117
Voss Gallery presents “Nine to Five,” a spotlight exhibition of urban contemporary paintings by Ian Robertson-Salt that explores the relationship between society and the natural environment.
The exhibition is on view through February 5, 2022. An opening reception with the artists will be held on Friday, Jan. 7th, 6-9PM. Gallery hours are Wednesday-Saturday, 12-6PM or by appointment. 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.
“In my latest series, figures interact with the natural world, juxtaposed with the more mundane aspects of life to create a narrative that questions our relationship with nature. Intimate depictions of working-class scenes with flowers and plants that have been ripped out by the roots encourage viewers to question the significance of their own interactions with nature and life in the urban environment."–Ian Robertson-Salt
IAN ROBERTSON-SALT (b. Los Angeles, CA, 1989) is a painter, muralist, and tattooist from Los Angeles. He has worked as a muralist and mural conservator for the Mural Conservancy of Los Angeles, The City of Long Beach, The Social Public Art Resource Center, and Arts Bridging the Gap. In addition to his private and civic mural commissions, he has exhibited work in numerous group exhibitions throughout California. His work often focuses on endangered species and the relationships between humanity, technology, and ecology.