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ADRIANA RAQUEL RAMIREZ

September 30 - December 31

Four works by RAQUEL have been installed in the LINE SF. We’re proud to house these important works as the first of our quarterly rotating art exhibition curated by the nonprofit Root Division (@rootdivision).

Root Division is a visual arts non-profit that connects creativity and community through a dynamic ecosystem of arts education, exhibitions, and studios. Located nearby at 1131 Mission Street at 7th, the space hosts classes and a monthly 2nd Saturday Exhibitions Series in which our gallery is free and open to the public.

Adriana Raquel Ramirez is a painter from Oakland, California. Her mediums are mostly oil paint and pastels, but varies and expands with time. She mostly focuses on portraits and their connection to the concept of self identity. In her work she grapples with the misuse of identity, race as social dysmorphia, and ultimately intends to celebrate individual experience.

The installation will be on display in Alfred Coffee through December 31st, 2022.

picture of big trees at the time of sunset

los angeles

Picture of street light with an old monument

Washington

Picture of the decorative balcony with chairs and plant in the evening

Austin

A new building seen from the street

San Francisco

Los Angeles
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