San Francisco's Art Scene is About to Get Ignorant

San Francisco's Art Scene is About to Get Ignorant

"Ignorant Style" is set to hit San Francisco this Memorial Day weekend. Hosted by the Guerrero Gallery, French artist FUZI UVTPK will pop-up and set up for a day of distinct ink on May 25.

Having already made a mark (pun intended) on L.A. and NYC, FUZI's push across the United States has been propelled by a growing legend—in no small part pushed by celebrity clients like ScarJo—and the rising interest in the performance of his work. Always reacting to standardization, FUZI tattoos in unique spaces. Just as he flipped the script on graffiti in the '90s, he's slowly changing perceptions about how, where, and why people get tattooed…as well as introducing a fresh collection of flash images.

If you happen to be in the Bay on the 25th, and desire a permanent work of art, don't miss out.

Guerrero Gallery is located at 2700 19th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110.

Appointments are necessary, email contact@fuzi-uvtpk.com to reserve a time.

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