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60SIX - 66 Elgin Park, in the inner mission district of San Francisco.
111 Minna Gallery - The space evokes the dramatic effect of an urban industrial warehouse with 16ft high walls, floor to ceiling windows facing out on 2nd Street, exposed piping overhead, original hardwood floors, and monthly rotating art exhibitions.
Addison Fine Arts - Located in a private residence in Pacific Heights, Addison exhibits a broad range of material, including old master/19th century, impressionist and modern, and post-war and contemporary.
Andrea Schwartz Gallery - Through it's exhibition program the Andrea Schwartz Gallery has supported work that is challenging and at the forefront of contemporary practice and represents a select group of emerging and established artists from the Bay Area and throughout the country. The range of work includes photography, paintings on canvas and panel, works on paper, installation and sculpture. In addition to solo and two person exhibitions we curate thematic shows.
Art Room, The - Exhibits contemporary fine art emphasizing important works by leading members of East Africa's Modern Art Movement. Informational displays included in each exhibition explain significant artistic, cultural, and historical elements for each artist and piece.
ArtHaus - Gallerists James Bacchi and Annette Schutz emphasize an intimate presentation of museum-quality works, diverse in subject matter, media and style by noteworthy New York and Bay Area artists. Their passion for the work they represent, and the outstanding service they provide for their following of collectors, curators, corporate art advisors, architectural interior designers and visual merchandisers.
Artist-Xchange - Committed to assisting emerging artists by providing an open door for showcasing the creativity of the San Francisco Bay Area Artists. The Artist-Xchange has both a retail gallery space and an online virtual gallery. All Artwork is sold on a consignment basis.
Artists Guild of San Francisco - Urban artists exhibiting their work independently in outdoor sites across the city of San Francisco. The Artists Guild has an annual schedule of weekend gallery quality art exhibits in San Francisco city parks such as Washington Square in North Beach and the Marina Green. Exhibit sites also include Maiden Lane, Yerba Buena Gardens, Pier 40 near PacBell Park, Grace Cathedral Plaza, Huntington Park, and Hoover Grove in Golden Gate Park.
ArtSpan - A nonprofit organization, builds a community by connecting the public to visual arts in San Francisco. Through SF Open Studios, youth and adult education, and art-centric events, ArtSpan creates a platform for artists to thrive, fostering a Bay Area that values the arts.
Artwork SF - Art service representing more than 100 Bay Area artists.
Aurobora Press - Publishes unique prints by artists of regional, national and international reputations.
Axelle Fine Arts Galerie de l'Europe - Represents the work of Michel Delacroix, Fabienne Delacroix, Andre Bourrie, Elisabeth Estivalet, Jean Daniel Bouvard, Philippe Vasseur, Gretchen Dow Simpson, and Karine Boulanger.
Bekris Gallery - Presents work by emerging, mid-career and internationally acclaimed African artists, both those living in Africa and those who are a part of the vast African diaspora. Mediums include paintings, sculpture, works on paper and photography.
Braunstein/Quay Gallery - Contemporary fiber art, art furniture, paintings, drawings, and and various forms of sculpture in a fine arts environment. Its reputation is based on discovering and promoting Bay Area regional artistic talent along with providing quality art for private, corporate, and museum collections.
Brian Gross Fine Art - Abstract and reductive painting, provocative exhibitions of sculpture, multi-media installations and conceptual work. BGFA's gallery artists include: Peter Alexander, Robert Arneson, James Barsness, Karl Benjamin, Chad Buck, Marco Casentini, Roy De Forest, Josh Dov, Donald Feasel, Michelle Fierro, Sam Francis, Teo González, Willy Heeks, Robert Jack, Cheonae Kim, Dale Kistemaker, Gary Lang, Charles Linder, Ed Moses, Sono Osato, Richard Pousette-Dart, Michele Pred, Meridel Rubenstein, Phil Sims, Stephen Sollins, Amy Trachtenberg, Barbara Vos, Andrea Way, and Patrick Wilson.
Cain Schulte Contemporary Art - Paintings, drawings, sculpture, works on paper, photography: Rex Ray, Matteo Bergamasco, David Buckingham, Connie Connally, Henry Jackson, Linda Karshan, Chris Leib, David Magnusson, Will Marino, Eva and Franco Mattes, Fahamu Pecou, Don Porcella, Justin Quinn, Klari Reis, Yvonne Lee Schultz, Michael Tole, Tor Archer, Matteo Bergamasco, Brad Brown, Miri Chais, Max Diel, Mark Fox, Daniele Girardi, Veronike Hinsberg, Diane Jacobs, Ruven Kupermann, Joan Linder, Werner Linster, Linda Karshan, Will Marino, Justin Quinn, Susanne Ring, Ben Sleeuwenhoek, Ann Weber, Charles Webste.
Caldwell Snyder Gallery - Manel Anoro, Paul Balmer, Jonathan Barbieri, Bob Burdette, Maria Luisa Camoy, Joseph Cisquella, and more.
Capital - Contemporary art gallery located in San Francisco's Chinatown.
CELLspace - Provides a safe and supportive public environment for the exploration of art, education, performance and community building, encouraging the celebration of intergenerational and cross-cultural collaborations.
Chandler - Established in 2003 by Susan Pitcher. Custom framing and fine art exhibits.
Dolby Chadwick Gallery - Represents established, mid-career and emerging artists whose work includes painting, photography, sculpture and museum quality prints.
Don Soker Contemporary Art - Generally exhibits works with a minimal or reductive quality with a strong emphasis on innovative technique and concept. The gallery shows a limited number of mid-career and internationally established artists as well as a few emerging artists of exceptional ability.
Elins Eagles-Smith Gallery - Directed by Mel Elins and Kim Eagles-Smith, both recognized Fine Art Dealers in San Francisco for over twenty years. With three thousand feet of exhibition space as well as annual participation in various international art fairs, its focus is the representation of recent work by emerging and established contemporary artists.
Et al. - Gallery run by Facundo Argañaraz, Jackie Im, and Aaron Harbour. Representing a small group of artists, the gallery serves as a site for both exhibitions and experimental events, working with its select roster as well as other local and international artists, writers, and curators.
Fouladi Projects - Contemporary fine art complimented by carefully curated functional works in an inviting gallery setting. Spans a range of mediums including painting, drawing, conceptual sculpture and installation.
Fraenkel Gallery - Photography: Robert Adams, Diane Arbus, Richard Avedon, Walker Evans, Robert Frank, Lee Freilander, Man Ray, Eadweard Muybridge, Edward Weston, Garry Winograd, and more.
Frey Norris Gallery - Frey Norris works with artists on gallery exhibitions, facilitates museum exhibitions around the world, project manages the fabrication and placement of public art, develops projects in cooperation with arts non-profits, publishes exhibition catalogues, facilitates the creation of artist monographs, spearheads media outreach and exhibits at prominent international art fairs.
Galería de la Raza - An interdisciplinary Chicano/Latino space for art, thought, and activism.
Gallery 16 - Exhibition program involves artists working in a wide range of media exploring a variety of aesthetic, conceptual, and technological issues. If there is a predominant theme, it is art as a form of research and an act of investigation.
Gallery 444 - Extensive selection of early and recent works by Graciela Rodo Boulanger including original oils, watercolors, etchings, lithographs and sculpture. Original works by contemporary artists such as surrealist master Rafal Olbinski. Exclusive representative of the Peruvian artist Rossmary Valverde and of artist Frederick Reber.
Galiara - 4000 square feet space, located downtown.
GenArt - Arts and entertainment organization dedicated to showcasing emerging fashion designers, filmmakers, musicians and visual artists.
George Krevsky Gallery - 20th century American art in the figurative tradition emphasizing the Ashcan, Regionalist, Modernist and Social Realist schools. Beginning its scope with the rise of urban scene painting during the Ashcan period, the gallery features the paintings and prints of Bellows, Sloan, Luks, Shinn and the later Reginald Marsh. The theme of urban imagery and political activism continues with social realists Ben Shahn, Jack Levine, Ruth Gikow and the Soyer brothers. The gallery shows depression-era WPA art with Regionalist works both by national leaders Benton, Curry and Wood and also California practitioners of the style such as John Haley, Erle Loran, and Dorothy Winslade. Also exhibited are Post Armory Show Modernists including Steiglitz circle artists Arthur Dove and Stuart Davis, Precisionists Louis Lozowick and Howard Cook and the individual styles of Milton Avery and Rockwell Kent. George Krevsky Gallery takes pride in its groundbreaking historical exhibitions and its status as a primary resource for early 20th century American art on the West Coast.
Geras Tousignant Gallery - Classic, traditional, and contemporary design, whether it be through paintings, photography, sculpture, fine glass, antique rugs, limited edition art books, or 18th-20th century antiques and art objects.
Graystone - Contemporary paintings, sculptures, and works on paper by nationally recognized and emerging artists. The gallery has an extensive contemporary print inventory and continually seeks and sells works by artists such as Richard Diebenkorn, Wayne Thiebaud, Roy Lichtenstein, Jasper Johns and others.
Haines Gallery - Contemporary art of America, Europe and Asia with emphasis on the placement of emerging artists along side more established artists. Curatorial interest is manifested in three major areas: reductive painters (David Simpson, Carole Seborovski, Max Cole and Patsy Krebs), photography and new media (Alan Rath, Peter Sarkisian, Dieter Appelt, Linda Connor, Nigel Poor and Joel Sternfeld), and sculpture and installation (Dennis Oppenheim, Andy Goldsworthy, Yukinori Yanagi and David Nash).
Hang Art - Art gallery created to match emerging collectors with emerging artists. Offers a rental program that allows customers to evaluate a piece before purchasing or simply refresh their surroundings by rotating their art.
Hespe Gallery - Concentrates on the work of mid-career and established painters while introducing emerging Bay Area artists.
Intersection for the Arts - San Francisco's oldest alternative art space and has a long history of presenting new and experimental work in the fields of literature, theater, music and the visual arts and also in nurturing and supporting the Bay Area's cultural community through service, technical support and mentorship programs.
Jack Fischer Gallery - Outsider, folk, contemporary, naive, visionary, self-taught, and intuitive art.
Jack Hanley Gallery - Nina Bovasso, Anne Collier, Simon Evans, Harrell Fletcher, Christopher Garrett, Joseph Grigely, Frank Haines, Scott Hewicker, Dean Hughes, Xylor Jane, Jo Jackson, Chris Johanson, Misaki Kawai, Jim Lambie, Euan Macdonald, Alicia Mccarthy, Keegan Mchargue, Mathieu Mercier, Athon Monk, Scott Myles, Shaun O'dell, Bill Owens, Will Rogan, Peter Saul, Hayley Tompkins, Chris Ware, Erwin Wurm.
James Nicholson Gallery - Exhibits the work of emerging and established artists working in the mediums of photography, video, and computer-rendered art. The Gallery represents contemporary artists from the U.S., Europe, and Asia.
Jenkins Johnson Gallery - Emerging, mid-career, and established artists who practice in a variety of mediums, including: painting, photography, sculpture, video, glass art, textiles, and digital painting.
Jernigan Wicker Fine Arts - Emerging and mid-career artists from the Bay Area, and established artists from the U.S., South America and Europe.
John Berggruen Gallery - Specializes in the exhibition and sale of 20th-century American and European paintings, drawings, sculpture, and limited edition prints. Exhibits the work of major American post-war artists as well as younger contemporary artists. Presents exhibitions of a historic nature by artists such as Richard Diebenkorn, Ellsworth Kelly, Alexander Calder, Henri Matisse, Edward Ruscha, Frank Stella, Georgia O'Keeffe, Mark di Suvero, Willem de Kooning, and Wayne Thiebaud. Also specializes in the work of Bay Area figurative artists Richard Diebenkorn, David Park, Nathan Oliveira, and Elmer Bischoff.
John Natsoulas Center for the Arts - Davis, Calif. Bay Area Figurative movement, CCACA, Beat generation, Funk art, Sacramento valley landscape, West Coast art, figurative artists.
John Pence Gallery - Primarily known for its strong stable of living academic realists, the gallery also presents significant works from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Artists who regularly stage one-person exhibitions with John Pence include: Michael Bergt, Jacob Collins, Mikel Glass, Jason Gaillard, Gregory Hull, Dean Larson, Steven J. Levin, Dorothy Morgan, Jacob A. Pfeiffer, Randall Sexton, Hugh Shurley, and Will Wilson.
Kathleen Avery Fine Art - Specializes in fine paintings and sculpture from La Belle Epoque to the Moderns, with particular emphasis on figurative works from L'Ecole de Paris, 1890-1950.
La Peña Cultural Center - A multicultural performing arts center and restaurant in Berkeley that presents local, national and international music, theater, dance, film and visual artists whose works examine contemporary social issues and are reflective of a wide variety of cultural traditions. In addition to public events, La Peña offers free and fee-based classes in music and dance principally from Latin America, and houses Cafe Valparaiso which offers a Latin American menu and beverages, and provides a 'second stage' for more intimate cultural gatherings.
Le Trianon Gallery - Art from the 17th through the 20th centuries. Its large collection of over several hundred paintings encompasses Old Master paintings from the renaissance and Baroque period; Barbizon; Impressionism and Post-Impressionism, California Plein-Air, Abstract, Post War and Modern art.
LAB, The - Interdisciplinary artists' organization supports the development and presentation of new visual, performing, media and literary art.
Lush Life Gallery - The artistic heart of the Jazz Heritage Center. The non-profit gallery specializes in jazz-themed art, including paintings, photographs, posters, sculptures and mixed-media presentations created by nationally-known artists.
Mark Wolfe Contemporary Art - Established and emerging artists from across the US, Europe, South America and China in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Martin Lawrence Galleries - Original paintings, sculptures and limited edition graphics. The gallery is distinguished by works of art by Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall, Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, Liudmila Kondakova, Thomas McKnight, Kerry Hallam, and many others.
Marx & Zavattero - Exhibits the work of contemporary emerging artists who work in a range of media including painting, drawing, installation, and photography. The gallery mounts up to ten solo and curated group exhibitions annually, occasionally incorporating outside writers and curators in order to encourage a dialogue on contemporary art. In addition, gallery artists are often invited to collaborate with outside institutions on group and solo exhibitions.
Mendocino Art Center - Located 150 miles north of San Francisco, overlooking the coastal village of Mendocino. Haven for artists. Highly regarded artistic and educational institution offering retreat workshops in ceramics, computer arts, fine arts, jewelry, sculpture and textiles. Art galleries feature monthly exhibitions spotlighting creative work of local and national artists.
Meridian Gallery - A non-profit exhibition space featuring artists from all communities of the San Francisco Bay Area, with occasional shows by artists from Brazil, Canada and other countries. Monthly exhibitions focus on drawing, painting, sculpture and installations.
Meyerovich Gallery - Specializes in works on paper and sculpture by Modern and Contemporary Masters. With a strong tradition of working directly with artists and their estates, the gallery features Picasso, Matisse, Miró, Chagall, Lichtenstein, Motherwell, Frankenthaler, Stella, Hockney and Dine. Also presented are paintings, sculptures and monotypes by contemporary artists Guy Dill Grisha Bruskin, Ron Tatro, Donald Sultan and Matt Phillips.
Modernism - Specializing in contemporary American and European paintings and works on paper; 20th century masters; Russian avant-garde paintings and works on paper.
Montalvo Arts Center - Saratoga, Calif. Serves the community as a center for creativity, offering art courses, performing arts events, gallery exhibitions, educational opportunities, artist residencies and more.
Montgomery Gallery - 19th and 20th century European and American works with a special focus on the art of California and unique Old Master paintings.
Museum of the African Diaspora - One of the only museums in the world focused exclusively on African Diaspora culture and on presenting the rich cultural products of the people of Africa and of African descendant cultures across the globe.
North Point Gallery - Specializes in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century American and European paintings, with an emphasis on early California art.
Pasquale Iannetti Art Gallery - European, American and Mexican Masters, dating from the 16th through the 20th centuries. Full range of services for private and corporate collectors, architects and designers of all levels of experience.
Piedmont Center for the Arts - A non-profit organization created to provide an affordable rental venue for artists to showcase their talents. The Center is an intimate, inviting, centrally located space where musicians, actors, visual artists, singers and writers of all ages can perform, display, read and exchange their works.
Pro Arts Gallery - Supports, promotes, and advocates for the visual arts and artists from the diverse cultures and communities of the East Bay.
Project One (p1) - Showcases the work of emerging local and national artists with a particular focus on San Francisco artists.
Richard L. Nelson Gallery - U.D. Davis. Established as an exhibition venue and teaching resource for the Art Department, the gallery program also serves the campus population, art communities, and general public of Northern California and the Central Valley. A schedule of three exhibitions and the annual MFA show have an emphasis on contemporary art in support of curriculum in art and art history as their main focus.
Right Window - A gallery/window exhibition space in the ATA building at 992 Valencia Street in San Francisco, California. Right Window is collectively run by Katie Bush, Craig Goodman, Cliff Hengst, Scott Hewicker, Kevin Killian, John Koch, Anne McGuire, Karla Milosevich, Paula Pereira, Jocelyn Saidenberg, Steven Seidenberg, Claudia Schleyer, Wayne Smith, and David Van Der Voort.
Robert Allen Fine Art - Offers fine art consulting specializing in works on paper, canvas, sculpture, mixed media, fiber art, poster art programs and site specific commissions, framing, delivery and installation.
Robert Koch Gallery - Emphasizes Modernist and experimental work from the 1920s and 1930s, 19th century and contemporary photography.
Robert Tat Gallery - Vintage fine art photography from the 19th to the 21st centuries; camera work gravures and pictorialist works from the early 20th century; San Francisco historical material.
San Francisco Art Exchange (SFAE) - Original paintings, drawings, sculptures, and photographs, as well as limited edition prints, for viewing and purchase. SFAE also offers international brokerage services for collectors seeking specific pieces from virtually any established artist.
San Francisco Women Artists (SFWA) - Membership cooperative dedicated to encouraging and promoting Bay Area women artists. Many SFWA artists have become prominent including Ruth Asawa, Dor Bothwell, Imogen Cunningham, Eleanor Dickenson, Claire Falkenstein, Jo Hansen, Emmy Lou Packard, Eleanor Rappe, Barbara Spring and Beth Van Hoesen.
SF CameraWork - Through exhibitions, publications, an on-going lecture series and innovative educational programs, Camerawork provides a forum in which to address broad social and aesthetic issues using the photographic medium as its focus.
SF/Arts - Comprehensive monthly
listings of arts and cultural events in San Francisco, reviews and resources.
SFMOMA Artists Gallery - The SFMOMA Artists Gallery is located in Building A at Fort Mason Center. Gallery hours are 11:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesdays through Saturdays. Admission to gallery exhibitions is free of charge. It also offers an outstanding selection of contemporary art by Northern California artists through its rental and sales program.
Southern Exposure - A non-profit artists' organization located in San Francisco's Mission District at historic Project Artaud. Activities range from exhibitions of local, regional, and international visual artists' work, education programs, and lectures, panel discussions, and performances.
Stephen Wirtz Gallery -
Specializing in new contemporary painting, sculpture and illustration located in San Francisco's Lower Nob Hill neighborhood.
Thacher Gallery - Located at the University of San Francisco (USF), the Thacher Gallery is dedicated to presenting Bay Area and international artists, USF's art and rare books collections, and student and faculty work.
Wattis - Serves as a forum for the presentation and discussion of international contemporary art and curatorial practice. The building, newly renovated by the architect Mark Jensen, contains galleries as well as event space shared with the California College of the Arts.
Weinstein Gallery - Shows artists whose works appear in the collections of such museums as the National Gallery, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Centre Pompidou in Paris and MOMA in New York.
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