There You Go, Wherever You Are is a solo exhibition by visual artist Emily Fromm opening at 111 Minna Gallery on Thursday, Jan. 13 with a reception beginning at 5:00 pm. Access to the party requires a reservation (which can be made here), proof of vaccination, and a KN95 mask. Drinks will be available for purchase at the event and can be enjoyed outside if desired.
The show, which features 50 paintings by Fromm, will be on display at the Gallery at 111 Minna Street in San Francisco through Feb. 17.
Fromm’s subject matter is stylized cityscapes, with obvious inspiration drawn from the crafts of sign making, cartoons, and graphic art to create her own signature style that evokes a timelessness that’s also fully present. A Los Angeles native, she’s no stranger to cities- she moved to San Fran for her B.F.A. degree (Studio Art from S.F. State University) and continues to call the city home. Fromm’s work crackles with life, depicting in an iconic sort of way the unique charms individuals, small businesses, and public institutions lend to urban neighborhoods.
Fromm has shown her work around the world, has several murals throughout the Bay Area, and recently partnered with the San Francisco Arts Commission and Mosaika Art and Design to create a permanent mosaic installation for SFO.
There You Go, Wherever You Are is 111 Minna Gallery’s third collaboration with Fromm.