RVCA is proud to announce its involvement with the ENERGY THAT IS ALL AROUND Art Show. This show presents more than 125 works by five artists who launched their careers in San Francisco’s Mission District in the early 1990s. Featured artists include Barry McGee, Ruby Neri, Margaret Kilgallen, Chris Johanson and Alicia McCarthy.
RVCA has created limited edition t-shirts to commemorate the show. The 1st tee by Alicia McCarthy will benefit the Labor Day Program in San Francisco (sfdaylabor.org). A portion of the proceeds of the 2nd tee, designed by Chris Johanson, will benefit New Avenues for Youth Organization in Portland, Or (newavanues.org). Both designs will be available online at RVCA.com and at our retail stores located in Los Angeles at 501 N Fairfax Ave and in San Francisco at 1485 Haight St.
April 15 – July 12, 2014
Grey Art Gallery, New York University, 100 Washington Square East, New York, NY 10003 Tel: 212/998-6780, Fax: 212/995-4024
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 11 am–6 pm OPEN LATE Wednesday: 11 am–8 pm Saturday: 11 am–5 pm Sunday, Monday, and major holidays: Closed
See a piece about the show at: https://www.rvca.com/b/post/energy-that-is-all-around-video
RVCA is the brainchild of company Founder and President, PM Tenore. Transcending the boundaries of traditional action sports apparel, RVCA is a design-driven lifestyle brand free from passing trends. Appearing as naturally on the shelves of boutiques as on those of a local skate shop, RVCA is brought together by a group of like-minded individuals from various subcultures, a collaboration of sorts, a lifestyle within itself.
PM Tenore’s intention from the very beginning has been to create a platform for RVCA, which combines art, music, fashion and a modern lifestyle in an original way. At the forefront of this vision has been RVCA’s Artist Network Program (ANP)-a venture established to showcase the talents of accomplished as well as unknown artists who inspire our generation and push the boundaries of creative excellence.
Established to promote the genuine integrity of RVCA’s subcultures while simultaneously giving back to the community, RVCA in essence is redefining the way the market views art and fashion as represented through the balance of opposites and how they coexist: water, oil; air, land; destruction, industrialization; art, science; foreign, domestic; order, chaos; past, present. For RVCA, it is about today, tomorrow and life as the big picture. It is about inspiring our generation, providing something of substance and culture and above all doing it with integrity and as a united family, a close-knit community.