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Farewell San Francisco: A Retrospective by Spencer Keeton Cunningham, an anthology of works by the prolific artist who is being wrongfully evicted after residing 12 years in his San Francisco apartment. This show will feature a collection of works that now must go. Cunningham has been on the road for the last two years, while maintaining his permanent residence in SF, and has come to say pack up his things and goodbye to the city with a farewell exhibition. The exhibition will be open by appointment until the end of October.
This farewell to San Francisco is a chance for people to view and purchase Cunningham’s large body of work before he closes the door on this chapter of his art career. The show will be an anthology of works the artist has created over the past 12 years, as well as his most recent paintings. This will be Cunningham's first ever solo exhibition in the San Francisco. Along with his solo works, there will be paintings for sale from his close friends, painting collaborators and roommates: Erlin Geffrard aka Kid Kreyola, Daisy Ortiz, and their son Daylin Geffrard. The four lived together in their house in San Francisco for numerous year and exhibited frequently in San Francisco and abroad, notably in 2013 at the Wenying Highland Art Museum in Guangzhou, China.
Born in 1983, Spencer Keeton Cunningham grew up in Portland skateboarding and painting from a very young age. Cunningham graduated from the prestigious San Francisco Art Institute. After leaving San Francisco in 2014, the prolific artist began working from the road on a self-proclaimed permanent painting tour which took him all over the world including the North and South Island of New Zealand, Tasmania, Melbourne, Sydney, and the outback of Australia. Other countries Cunningham has exhibited and painted in include China, Japan, Ontario, British Columbia, the Yukon, Mexico, The Netherlands, Cuba, Tasmania, Hong Kong, Alaska, The United States, and Hawaii. Coming back to San Francisco to exhibit frequently, Cunningham has remained on tour for well over 800 days and is now forced to pack his things and go.