Bad Dads: Art Show Tribute to Wes Anderson

Bad Dads: Art Show Tribute to Wes Anderson

Spoke Art returns with their annual Wes Anderson tribute art show, Bad Dads. The exhibit features some of the best contemporary artists reinterpreting their favorite Wes Anderson characters, scenes, and films.

With the addition of Anderson’s latest film, The Grand Budapest Hotel, this year’s show has more material to draw upon than ever. Set amongst a fictional pre-war European setting, the film is a magical display of elegant impermanence. Both the meticulous style and attention to detail make the film impeccably Anderson. Aesthetically remaining in a state of antiquity and sophistication, the screwball inspired adventure harkens back to Wes Anderson’s earlier films.

From the rolling landscapes of Moonrise Kingdom to the dysfunctional household of The Royal Tenenbaums, Bad Dads reveals the inner youthful sentiment in all of us. Each artist was free to choose their own film for subject matter, resulting in a dazzling display of character portraits, elaborate environments, and iconic themes and motifs.

Bad Dads: Art Show Tribute to Wes Anderson


Spoke Art Gallery

816 Sutter St

(415) 796-3774


Through November 22nd

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San Francisco, CA, United States.
Nov, 8, 2014 12:00 pm
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