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Dosayan: work by Luis Marroquin

Through Sept. 30
Luis Marroquin presents a body of work of carved skateboards and their physical prints. Free
Amor Eterno Tattoo and Art Space 1227 18th Ave., Oakland (map)

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Inhabiting Space

Through Oct. 25
510-499-3445
A group exhibit that explores how we occupy physical and mental environments. Free
Gray Loft Gallery 2889 Ford St., Oakland (map)

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Shock and Awe

Through Nov. 8
510-535-1702
Featuring an eclectic group of artists, most of whom reside at the Historic Cotton Mill Studios in Oakland. Free
FLOAT: Flotation Center and Art Gallery 1091 Calcot Pl., Oakland (map)

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Indelible Marks II

Ongoing
An updated and re-examined look at the contemporary calligraphic landscape. Featuring the works of Dusty Mauldin (Atlanta, GA), Evan ESK Wilson (Oakland, CA), Hunter De La Ghetto (Austin, TX), Jasper Marino (Santa Cruz, CA) and Silencer (Bay Area, CA). Free
Faultline Artspace 850 42nd Ave., Oakland (map)

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