The Sixth "Illuminate SF Festival of Light" Lights up the End of the Year, the Glow of Art Spreads Romance to the Entire Bay Area

Publish Time:2018-12-07 15:01:19Source:SanFrancisco Travel

【Introduction】:The year-end festival is coming, and the Sixth “Illuminate SF Festival of Light” has arrived as expected.

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The year-end festival is coming, and the Sixth “Illuminate SF Festival of Light” has arrived as expected. The light festival will feature 37 extremely creative environment-friendly light art installations and 17 communities, and more than 30 artists will be joining the festival. An assortment of related of cultural and artistic activities will be launched one by one, and many art installations will be open to the public for free. The event will last from the Thanksgiving of 2018 to the early days of January, 2019. If you are in sincere love of artworks, you might as well come and enjoy the light shows of the artists who enjoy a good reputation from home and abroad, and get impressed by the light magic of San Francisco.

In the long nights of winter, the “Illuminate SF Festival of Light” allows everyone to have a tour of the neon lamps as well as the opportunity of communicating with the artists. Activities include free guide tours, dialogues with artists, and participatory experiences. Let the festival’s newest, permanent exhibits and temporary installations shine.

All the artworks of the festival will be scattered all over the 17 blocks of San Francisco. Perfectly combining with San Francisco’s world-class museums, art performances and restaurants, the festival will turn the black nights into a dazzling light adventure. By that time, tourists will be able to appreciate the wonderful light art shows in every community, including Embarcadero, North Beach, Civic Center, Central Market, the Inner Sunset, South of Market, Potrero, Mission Bay, Bayview, Golden Gate Park, Hayes Valley, South Beach, the Castro, the Mission District, San Francisco International Airport and so on. For details of the event, please visit the official website: www.illuminatesf.com.

Five newly added light art works of 2018 in downtown San Francisco:

Day for Night

Artist: Jim Campbell (2018)

Location: 415 Mission Street, The Embarcadero

Day for Night

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Glow

Artist: Many different artists

Location: Exploratorium, Pier 15, The Embarcadero, San Francisco

Glow

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SQUARED

Artist: Charles Gadeken (2018)

Location: Patricia’s Green, Hayes Valley (Octavia Hayes)

SQUARED

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POINT OF VIEW

Artist: Saron Paz and Matthew Passmore (2018)

Location: Pier 27

POINT OF VIEW

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NIGHT BLOOM (2018)

Location: Greenhouse Flower Room, Golden Gate Park

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The 25 permanent light art works:

“Monument” for V Tatlin

Artist: Dan Flavin (1969)

Location: 5th floor of San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 151 The Third Street

“Monument” for V Tatlin

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Un d (to Barnette Newman) two

Artist: Dan Flavin (1971)

Location: 5th floor of San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 151 The Third Street

Constellation*

Artist: Nayland W. Blake (1996)

Location: San Francisco Public Library, 100 Larkin Street, Civic Center

Three Gems

Artist: James Turrell (2005)

Location: Barbro Osher Sculpture Garden of de Young Museum, Golden Gate Park

Anima

Artist: Jim Sanborn (2006)

Location: Alexandria Real Estate Equities, 1700 Owens Street, Mission Bay Area

Anima

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Skygarden

Artist: James Turrell (2007)

Location: 90 The Seventh Street, Central Market (Across from Mission Street)

Ocean Mirror with Fragments

Artist: Jim Campbell (2007)

Location: Saunders Court, University of California, San Francisco, Inner Sunset District

Language of the Birds*

Artist: Brian Goggin and Dorka Keehn (2008)

Location: Broadway and Columbus Avenue, North Beach

Yud

Artist: Daniel Libeskind (2008)

Location: Contemporary Jewish Museum, 736 Mission Street, South of Market

Yud

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PaRDes

Artist: Daniel Libeskind (2008)

Location: Contemporary Jewish Museum, 736 Mission Street, South of Market, San Francisco

Firefly*

Artist: Ned Kahn (2012年)

Location: 525 Golden Gate Avenue, Polk Street, Civic Center

The Bay Lights

Artist: Leo Villareal (2013)

Location: West of San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge

San Francisco at Night: Model Art Map

Artist: Lisa Gemmiti (2011)

Location: W San Francisco, 181 Third Street, South of Market, San Francisco

Lumina

Artist: MADLAB (2013)

Location: W San Francisco, 181 Third Street, South of Market

Bayview Rise

Artist: Haddad - Drugan (2014)

Location: Pier 92, Third Avenue, Bayview Area

Handsignals*

Artist: Matthew Passmore/MoreLab (2014)

Location: McCoppin, Valencia Street, South of Market

Ethereal Bodies*

Ethereal Bodies*

Artist: Cliff Garten (2014)

Location: San Francisco General Hospital, 1001 Potrero Street

Archipelago*

Artist: Anna Valentina Murch (2014)

Location: San Francisco General Hospital, 1001 Potrero Street

“…and my room still rocks like a boat on the sea” (Caruso’s Dream)

Artist: Brian Goggin and Dorka Keehn (2014)

Lamp of the Covenant

Artist: Dave Lane (2015)

Location: Contemporary Jewish Museum, 736 Mission Street, South of Market

Spiral of Gratitude*

Artist: Shimon Attie and Vale Bruck (2015)

Location: 1245 The Third Street, Mission Bay '

Monarch

Artist: Cliff Garten (2015)

Location: Kaiser Permanente Office, 1600 Owens Street, Mission Bay

Jacob’s Dream: A Luminous Path

Artist: Benjamin Bergery and Jim Campbell

Location: Grace Cathedral

“Hope Will Never Be Silent”

Artist: Dianliang (2017)

Location: Harvey Milk Plaza, Castro Street

IIuminavia

Artist: HYBYCOZO (2017)

Location: VIA Bar on the First floor of VIA Hotel, King Street, South Beach

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