Broker’s Building Gallery Group Show: The Pavillion of Pluralism
This September 21st, Friday at 6 PM – 10 PM, join us for the Pavillion of Pluralism, a group show at the Broker’s Building Gallery that explores a rich and diverse collection of images of the artists of the Broker’s Building Gallery as well as their guest artists. We will feature a range of works that include photography, abstract, figurative and more.
The Broker’s Building Gallery is the only grassroots art facility of its kind strategically near the main activity of Fifth Avenue. The building is an historical landmark of the Gaslamp Quarter Historical Society that dates to 1889 when Levi Strauss & Co. built it for the storage of goods. It’s amazing to imagine that when someone walks through the facility, it’s like time travelling to an era of California filled with Wyatt Earp gaming halls and dusty saloons in what was once San Diego’s red-light district.
Competitively located At the heart of the Gaslamp district, home to fine dining such as Cohn Restaurant Group and major nightlife companies like Petco Park, Hard Rock Hotel and RMD Group, the Broker’s Building is not far from the San Diego Convention Center which is home to a variety of events—especially the annual $100 million dollar revenue driving International Comic Convention.