Date(s) - 10/26/2019
10:00 am - 6:00 pm
- Visual Arts
- Free Event
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The Intropy=Entropy Institute is proud to present the first solo exhibition of Harold Terry Lindahl. Lindahl will exhibit several bodies of work created in the past 10 years, comprising sculpture, drawings, paintings, and architecture.
The exhibition takes place at the site of the Intropy=Entropy Institute, a Potrero Hill historic building turned into an 8,000 square foot architectural space in red oak and redwood, a striking sculptural structure in itself.
Harold Terry Lindhal is an architect, philosopher and painter, as well as a former gallerist during the San Francisco Beat Era. Deeply informed by the esoteric philosophical theories of G.I. Gurdjieff, Lindhal creates intricate, elegant ink drawings demonstrating the principles of his philosophical researches; abstract paintings based on those drawings that marry evocative form with color, recalling the works of Kandinsky, Klee and others; and large, totem-like structures related to Constructivism, expressing his views of the human condition at this moment in evolutionary history.