Adam Parker Smith

Ever Gold Gallery

441 O’Farrell Street, San Francisco, CA, 94102

May 9 – June 7, 2014


Absurd, 2014. Digital archival photograph, 62x42 inches (framed).

Absurd, 2014. Digital archival photograph, 62×42 inches (framed). Courtesy of Ever Gold Gallery.

Adam Parker Smith’s exhibition “Seriously” opens Friday, May 9th, at Ever Gold Gallery in San Francisco. Adam Parker Smith is a New York based sculpture and installation artist. He received his BA from the University of California at Santa Cruz and his MFA from Tyler School of Art.


The text below is an excerpt from the press release:


“The exercise begins as such:


One stands before a mirror and looks directly into their eyes.
They wait until they realize they are being watched.
They look away and the exercise ends.


Smith’s new work objectifies a crisis that occurs when one does not look away once the exercise ends. Seriously consists of a series of sculptures, photographs and multi-media flat works that catalyze the mind turning in on itself, and celebrates the awareness of one’s freedom and the consequences of accepting or rejecting that freedom.”



Opening Reception: Friday, May 9th, 2014, 7-10pm.

For more information please visit the gallery’s website.


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