An art gallery inspired by '80s movies

San Francisco

An art gallery inspired by '80s movies
An art gallery inspired by '80s movies

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Opening this Saturday, Art for the People's first brick & mortar (Gauntlet Gallery) is kicking things off with "Where We're Going We Don't Need Roads", a show completely devoted to '80s movies. So expect childhood-reminiscing awesomeness like miniature Beetlejuice statues, art deco Robocop paintings, and Molly Ringwald in all her ginger glory.

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1. Gauntlet Gallery 1040 Larkin St, San Francisco, CA 94109 (The Tenderloin)

Located in San Francisco's Tenderloin District, Gauntlet Gallery is Art for the People's first brick & mortar venue and is dedicated to creating an approachable and engaging platform for emerging and established artists. Previous exhibits have included Rediscovery, a show dedicated to the music of Daft Punk.

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