Loic Zimmermann's "A Solitary Mann" is a "peeled back and exposed trip into the heart and soul of a modern master."
The film's world premier will be at The Roxie Theater , 3117 16th Street, in San Francisco the night of Thursday, July 23rd.
Tickets will be available in person during the opening of Mann's solo show, July 9th, here at John Pence Gallery, and afterwards online.
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Mann Vol. 1, a 384 page, hardcover tome of Jeremy Mann's artwork over the past 7 years, will be released in person on the opening night of his show, July 9th from 6-8:30pm, here at John Pence Gallery.
Created by the artist, the book's aim is to provide admirers and collectors with the same qualities Mann desires in an art book. Mann Vol.1 contains large, full color pages, only ten pages of text and over 20 pages of works at full size.
The book's retail price is $95 and the artist will be available to sign purchased copies on the evening of the opening reception.
Any remaining books will be released for worldwide sale the following Monday, July 13th, via the publishers website: www.827ink.com
We regret that no presales are available.
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Jeremy Mann(b. 1979) graduated from Ohio University with a Cum Laude degree in Fine Art-Painting. Afterward, he ventured out to California where he earned his MasterŐs Degree with Valedictorian honors at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. Since then, Mann has garnered substantial attention in the art world. Praised by critics and collectors alike, his work recently graced the cover of American Art Collector magazine.
Executed on medium to large-scale panels, each exciting work demonstrates the artist's unmistakable style. Working on wood panels provides a strong support, where Mann can utilize a number of techniques: staining the surface, wiping away paint with solvents, and applying broad, gritty marks with an ink brayer. Mann paints with confidence and flair. He addresses complex compositions with a mature eye and his colors are both vivid and atmospheric.
Living in downtown San Francisco, Mann paints his immediate surroundings with intimate, dynamic expression. A number of unique compositions are inspired from the city's pavement, where reflected street lamps and neon signs glitter in the rain. In each work, Mann imbues the city with drama, mood, and personality..
Ever ambitious, Mann covers a wide range of subjects beyond cityscapes: interior scenes of lone, young women as striking and restless as the city itself; a bold and intriguing self-portrait, masterful still life paintings, and pastoral scenes that recall the landscape of his hometown.Mann's remarkable skill and range have made him an integral part of the gallery's strong stable of artists. His skill is unusually strong for a painter so young. We recommend Mann's work to you without hesitation. Prices for his work range from $1,250 to $40,000 depending upon size and complexity.