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Ryan de la Hoz at 886 Geary.

Starting this Saturday, June 13th, 2015 at 886 Geary in San Francisco, California artist Ryan de la Hoz will be displaying many of his epic works of art in the two (three) person show “The Matter of Time” with Kai and Sunny.

Using mixed media to create his work, Ryan pursues the notions of the past and present and their effects on emotions alongside memories.  “The Matter of Time” will be on display throughout June.  

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San Francisco based artist Ryan De La Hoz (previously covered here) recently opened his new solo show, “Impassible Terrain” at FFDG. Consisting of new mixed media works and illustration, De La Hoz’s new body of work seeks to highlight our collective experiences through antiquity and traditional iconography. Using historical references to execute this personal ideology, De La Hoz’s new show rests on impactful yet simple motifs to convey broad concepts. 

See more on Hi-Fructose.

Announcing LEISURE TIME, Ryan De La Hoz and Riley Payne OPENs Thursday July 18 6-9pm

Ed. Varie is pleased to present, and welcome, California based artist Ryan De La Hoz and Australian based artist Riley Payne, for a two-person show, Leisure Time, with opening reception Thursday July 18 from 6-9pm.

The exhibition Leisure Time is loosely and ironically based around the ideas and actions how we as a culture, population, modern or antiquated; spend our leisure, or extra time. De La Hoz and Payne are brought together from opposite ends of the world, not knowing what the other has been creating, and encouraged to work individually. Leisure Time is a serendipitous experiment in black and white, and color.

Ryan De La Hoz, born 1985 and is currently based in San Francisco, California. He is a former recipient of the Canson/Beautiful Decay Wet Paint Grant 2011, and his work has been published in FLJ Magazine, Tokyo; Museums Press, UK; IdN Magazine, Hong Kong; and Beautiful/Decay, US. De La Hoz has shown in select group exhibitions in San Francisco and Los Angeles. Leisure Time will be his first show at Ed. Varie and also in New York. 

Riley Payne was born 1979 in Melbourne, Australia, where he currently lives and works. Payne has exhibited widely in Australia, and has a recently published book, Mad Deep Thoughts, published by Perimeter Books. Leisure Time will be Payne’s first exhibit at Ed. Varie, and also in the United States. Payne’s project has been supported by the Victorian Government through Arts Victoria.

Press Release HERE