The End with Andy Vogt
Wednesday, February 22, 2012, 7:30pm

Nearly every day for almost twenty years, artist Andy Vogt has carried a camera in search of the extraordinary find. From gloriously mundane junk arrangements on the streets of the Mission to the endless incongruity of Bay Area flea markets, Vogt has become a meticulous documentarian of remarkable "found" scenes. At the same time, he has acquired an impressive collection of "found" slides from the same flea markets and thrift stores where he makes his own images. Vogt's 35mm slide presentation, The End, lays the "found" next to the "found" in an impeccably curated and wondrously bizarre collection of images.

Alemany Flea Market
German Stuff
Busted Chairs
The Trash
Passed Out People
Other Indiscriminate Scenes

Who Made That? What Is That? Why Would You Photograph That? & Other Questions.

Andy Vogt has exhibited sculpture, site-specific installation, video, and photography locally and nationally. He has had solo shows at Southern Exposure, the San Francisco Museum of Craft and Design, Electric Works Gallery, Aurobora Press, Four Barrel and Ampersand International Arts. Group exhibitions include Headlands Center for the Arts, San Francisco State University Art Gallery, Swarm Gallery and Adobe Books Backroom Gallery. He was a 2011 Artist-In-Residence at Headlands Center for the Arts. Vogt holds a BFA in Intermedia Arts from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and lives and works in San Francisco, California.