On Saturday, eight galleries in the Mission’s southeast corner hosted performances and special events. It was the first Lunar Mission, an event that aims to go beyond an art crawl or open studios night to showcase one-night-only programming. Among the highlights this time around were performance art at Steven Wolf Fine Arts, artist-made drinks at Southern Exposure, a raucous band at Guerrero Gallery, and projections at Triple Base and Eleanor Harwood galleries. Look for another Lunar Mission in the coming months.

Sculpture by Alexander Kori Giard at Triple Base gallery
A light projection at Eleanor Harwood Gallery
The crowd at Gallery Hijinks took in a group show of alphabet interpretations.
Southern Exposure’s current show considers differences and shared dynamics globally and locally
Damp Hair
Ceiling projection at Eleanor Harwood Gallery
Taking in paintings by Chechu Alava based on photos of the family of the deposed Czar Nicolas II
Braving the rain outside Gallery Hijinks
Mixing gin and homemade tonic at SoEX
Music at Eleanor Harwood
The party went late at Guerrero Gallery
Some rock, some love
A pair of N’s at Steven Wolf Fine Arts
At Galeria de la Raza
Documentation of an untitles performance by Ana Teresa Fernandez
At SoEx
Browsing in Kadist Internationa’s magazine reading room
Outside Steven Wolff Fine Arts
Alexander Kori Girard and Raphael Atman’s project was the only moon visible last night

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