Warehouse1425 Art and Music Exhibition
May 16th, 2013 - WAREHOUSE1425 in Makers Quarter featured a diverse body of work from some of San Diego’s finest artists. Visual artists, photographers, street artists, came together to form a community space in which to create together. These artist transformed a dilapidated 6000-sq.-ft. warehouse into a vibrant and active art space.
Once commonly called “The Warehouse District,” San Diego’s East Village has had a rich and varied history. From the 1970s through the 1990s, the area was the heart and home of the city’s underground artists and innovative pioneers. There was an excitement alive in many of the abandoned warehouses, which artists used to create, showcase, teach, and live with their craft.
WAREHOUSE1425 was one of the catalyst gallery shows to be part of the resurgence of art in the East Village.
Relive the event here.