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Temescal Amity Works is revisited at Root Division

Several relics from the Temescal Amity Works and some fresh Temescal marmalade are on view in the group exhibition: Cultivar, which opened this last Saturday evening at Root Division gallery in San Francisco. The marmalade was made from three different citrus tree on Avon St. and will be served throughout the exhibition.

From the Gallery website:

“A cultivar is a plant or group of plants selected for desirable characteristics that can be maintained by propagation. The exhibition for TASTE 2012, Cultivar, is a multi-disciplinary project celebrating artists and collectives whose work blurs lines between environmental sustainability, food production, social practice, and fine art.”

Exhibition Dates: April 11-28, 2012
Gallery Hours: Wednesday – Saturday, 2-6pm (and by apt.)

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