Bio

Dogpaw Carrillo, born in San Francisco's Mission District, has been part of the neighborhood's ever-changing pantheon of cultural caretakers for almost sixty years. Surrounded by artists, poets, musicians, and creative people of all kinds, his work explores the connection between art and music. Dogpaw grew up next door to Fantasy Records, was one of the early wave of street artists in the 70s, and spearheaded the multimedia collective Gravy Dogs in the 80s. Since then, he has created a variety of poster designs, radio shows, “razadelic” projections, and paintings.

Past Show

Phoenix Mission

Phoenix Mission

March 5, 2016 - March 21, 2016

A pop-up exhibition curated by life-long neighborhood fixture Dogpaw Carillo and also featuring Rene Yanez, Michael Rios, Calixto Robles, David Crook, and Colin Bowring.