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Daylighted Art Exhibit

Park Central San Francisco is thrilled to announce its new art installation, featuring a partnership with the innovative new technology of Daylighted. Daylighted utilizes screens to switch out art pieces with ease, creating elevated room spaces that never grow dull. Using this service, our displayed wall art will rotate between three new artists each month, creating a cutting-edge lobby environment.

This Month

Park Central Hotel SF October Collection

Fall Palette

A Spooky Art Collection presenting contemporary artworks inspired by the Halloween theme.

a kiss  before curfew

Luis Martin / The Art Engineer

A Brooklyn based artist. He has show nationally and internationally.

Luis Martin / The Art Engineer

A Brooklyn based artist. He has show nationally and internationally.

As an Artists Martin has created a visual language that bridges his collage practice and painting to tell non linear narratives about personal and shared histories. Martin’s collage practice stems from his childhood, when he was exposed to fashion magazines through his grandmother. When the artists did not see images that reflected him or his family, he resolved create this reflection he did not see, by using the magazine’s peripheral imagery, like backgrounds and props. Above all Martin is an Artist which is what informs his approach in his curatorial projects and other endeavors. Martin has show nationally and Internationally at the Turin Museum in Italy. Martin has also worked at MoMA as an educator.

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les enfants by karenina fabrizzi

Karenina Fabrizzi

Is an Italian artist, she study fresco techniques in Italy and in several European cities including Barcelona and London.

Karenina Fabrizzi

Is an Italian artist, she study fresco techniques in Italy and in several European cities including Barcelona and London.

A keen traveler, her training later took her to New York, where she spent a period as painting assistant to the American Pop artist Jeff Koons, attending the School of visual arts. Karenina’s work has been exhibited all over the world and is held in many private collections internationally. Her work beautiful and whimsical, yet raw and confronting in some way, reminds the Russian-French painter Marc Chagall’s naive dreamlike imagery where figures fly and animals are symbols for human nature, also it has the exposed vulnerability found in the work of Austrian artist, Egon Schiele. The layered surfaces she creates imitates a chalk wall (possibly a result of her fresco studies in Italy) often using rice paper, marble dust, oil paint, inks, graphite and pen amongst other materials. Her paintings draw you in like moving through a softly coloured mist of fantastical and mysterious objects and characters.

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kabocha squash by maciek jasik

Maciek Jasik

A photographer and director from New York. Works primarily in color and use in-camera techniques to explore identity, perception and humanity's relationship to Nature.

Maciek Jasik

A photographer and director from New York. Works primarily in color and use in-camera techniques to explore identity, perception and humanity's relationship to Nature.

“I work primarily in color and use in-camera techniques to explore identity, perception and humanity's relationship to Nature. I've been exhibited in galleries and museums in New York, Paris, Los Angeles, Portland, Raleigh, and locations in the UK, Russia and many others in Europe. I've shot commercial projects for Adidas, IDEO, Philips, VICE, Adidas, Elysium Health and AT&T in addition to editorial assignments for The New York Times, The Atlantic, GQ, Time, New York Magazine, Adweek, WIRED US+UK, Fast Company, Wall Street Journal, and among others.”

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