Category Archives: Marcos LaFarga
Recently painted a utility box on 11th and Broadway in Oakland, CA. Thanks to Athen B. Gallery for organizing and getting me involved.
My good friend Jake Watling had a really nice mural on Telegraph and 43rd in Oakland, CA. It unfortunately got tagged. Even more unfortunate, Jake got diagnosed with cancer and was going through chemo therapy at the time and could … Continue reading
I’m very honored and excited to be exhibiting along side good friends and exceptional artist Victor Malagon and Ricky Watts. Possibilities are Endless at Sacramento State runs from October 28 through November 21. Open reception is Thursday, November 7, 6pm-8pm.
I was honored to be asked to paint at Project One Gallery last month along with Aaron De La Cruz. The opening was a blast. Here’s some great photos from the opening courtesy of Project One.
Side Effects at Gauntlet Gallery New works by Alexander Getty, Drew Young, Jen Mann, Marcos LaFarga, and William Arvin Opening Thursday, June 20 6–9pm Visit the event page for more details: https://www.facebook.com/events/169782313197452/
Last year the good folks at BayVAN commissioned me for a window display project at Uptown Place. They had event called Oakland Love Notes where folks from the neighborhood wrote what Oakland meant to them. We then selected a few … Continue reading
I’m very honored that my work was selected out of more than 400 artist for Peaceable Kingdom at Bedford Gallery. Exhibit opens this Sunday March 3. More info below.
Last month I was invited by Warholian to do some live painting for the Academy of Sciences Night Life event along side Daryll Peirce, John Wentz, Brett Amory, Eddie Colla and many others. Michael Cuffe of Warholian took some great photos … Continue reading
Video documentation of our show “No Looking Back” at LeQuiVive by Maria Romero
No Looking Back Le Qui Vive 1525 Webster, Oakland, California 94612 Opens Friday, January 4, 7pm Marcos LaFarga Daryll Peirce Jaime Molina & Victor Malagon January will mark another avoidance of a doomsday for humanity, highlighting our societal and humanitarian ability … Continue reading