Galleries

    For this site-specific exhibition, Mazinani presents an array of artworks based on images mined from the Internet and transformed into dazzling, intricately patterned three-dimensional photo montage evocative of traditional Islamic ornamentation. Through a process-intensive method of creating original patterns, Mazinani dissects our normative experience of news images within the ubiquity of the digital […]

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    Miyazaki – An Art Show Tribute Spoke Art is proud to present the Miyazaki Art Show – a whimsical showcase of over fifty artists from around the world celebrating the films of Japanese film-maker and animator Hayao Miyazaki. Including a diverse array of original painting, sculpture and limited edition prints, the Miyazaki Art Show offers each artists’ […]

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  Jeremiah Jenkins: Everything Must Go February 4 – February 25, 2017 Hashimoto Contemporary is pleased to present “Everything Must Go”, a solo exhibition by Jeremiah Jenkins. Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, the artist introduces a brand new body of work for his first solo appearance in the gallery. Jenkins creates sculptures, installations […]

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Autonomous InterGalactic Space Program currently at Anglim Gilbert Gallery is an exhibition of works by Rigo 23 in cooperation with artisans of Chiapas, Mexico. The collaborative sculptural installation is the result of the artist’s invitation to the community of Zapatista artists and craftspeople to build a spaceship and imagine, with him, their own exploration of […]

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“Tales of the Isolated Warriors”, Santos Shelton introduces a new series of work based on the theme of isolation. Inspiration taken from his own experiences, Shelton examines the bigger questions surrounding why people choose to isolate themselves from others and why society isolates certain individuals. This set of work is the next chapter in his […]

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When we think about contemporary art, white walls, large canvases and Manolo Blahniks come to mind. What about the creativity, the voices and the movements within our communities now? The bay area, Oakland and San Francisco respectively, have a rich artistic tradition embedded with empowerment, love and activism.  Community is a practice in dialogue, a […]

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A portrait can reveal, and often has a duty to reveal, far more than simply a person’s likeness. Whereas the person-subject will merely live and die, a portrait in many respects is immortal, forever a reminiscent symbol of the this person-subject’s accomplishments, achievements, and their lasting significance. Even further in this regard portraiture can also […]

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Johnny Abrahams and Samantha Bittman’s solo shows on view at Guerrero Gallery for just one more week reportedly share a particularly intriguing focus upon the material and formal qualities of the work’s surface, as well as an interest in the marriage of the traditional applications of their chosen mediums and the digital technologies that have recently […]

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Hosfelt Gallery’s current presentation of new paintings by Algerian-born, Düsseldorf-residing painter Driss Ouadahi in “Breach the Silence” confronts pertinent global themes with moving and powerfully subversive acts of painting. Ouadahi, born in Morocco unto Algerian political exiles and now living and working in Düsseldorf, is one of several prominent artists in the city with whom Hosfelt Gallery has developed a strong relationship, which provides […]

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Don’t miss an exciting exhibit of artworks by Bay Area artists Leo Bersamina and David Huffman now on view at Anglim Gilbert Gallery through August 20th. Their mixed-media paintings, with a floor sculpture by each artist, reveals their complementary explorations in abstraction with blending of figurative elements; and subject matter that explore history, memory, and cultural symbols. […]

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