Many would argue that a tomb is exactly where the political ideals of former president Ronald Regan belong, unfortunately however, they will just have to settle for seeing Winston Smiths collage art at Grant’s Tomb in San Francisco.
The exhibition is a one night only affair it is this evening from 6pm – 11pm at 50-A Bannam Place in North Beach. Sorry about the short notice folks, we only just found out about it ourselves.
Renowned collage artist Winston Smith collaborated with Fast, Cheap & Easy Graphics, Ron Donovan, and Jon-Paul Bail to put together this interesting exhibition entitled “The Beginning of the End: Ronald Regan’s Legacy.”
It contains some new pieces put together by Smith but also features some of the older work that he was inspired to create whilst the 40th President was still in power.
Smith’s website said this about the show: “Ronald Reagan served as the 40th president of the United States from January, 1981 until January, 1989. Out of office for over twenty years, the policies he instituted plague us to this day. The Beginning of the End looks at Ronald Reagan’s legacy with both the immediacy of pieces from the era, and from new works with the advantage of hindsight.”