Dutch Artist Parra at San Francisco’s MOMA

I unfortunately missed the Grand Opening of Dutch Artist Parra‘s show at the SFMOMA,  but I did get the chance to attend his after party, which featured his band LE LE at the Mighty SF. It was a high energy show as Parra did some live drawing and animation on the old overhead projector. After several years of inspiration, it was an honor to finally meet the genius behind the playful artwork. If you haven’t checked out the MOMA or Parra’s work….get on it before it’s too late.


“She was alone most of the time, he got weirded out easily.”
—Parra (60 Foot Mural in San Francisco’s MOMA)


About Alan Gonzalez Art

I am a Santa Barbara local artist who has continued to produce work in an innovative style that has taken San Francisco by storm. I regularly explore my options in all aspects of art such as ceramics, printmaking, silkscreening, sculpture, graphic design, webdesign, photography...basically any aspect of design I try to persue. The influences of my paintings stem from the use of vibrant colors with a contemporary pop-art feel. Hip Hop and Skateboarding has helped evolve my style into what it is today.
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