Recent News

  • Rupert Garcia's work is included in the exhibition Artists Respond: American Art and the Vietnam War at the Smithsonian American Art Museum March 15 - August 18, with an all day symposium March 15th. 

  • Dawoud Bey's Birmingham Project is currently on view at the National Gallery of Art. Through April 21

  • John Waters: Indecent Exposure is on view at Wexner Center for the Arts, Ohio State University February 2 - April 28, 2019. Artist in Conversation with Lynne Tillman: March 18, 7pm

  • Louis Stettner: Traveling Light is now on view at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, through May 27th. 

  • Robert Minervini Improvised Garden II (Water Street), 2017, was recently acquired by the San Jose Museum of Art.

  • Leiko Ikemura: Our Planet - Earth and Stars is now on view at The National Art Center, Tokyo through April 1, 2019

  • In honor of Lawrence Ferlinghetti's 100th birthday, a solo exhibition of his paintings and works on paper is on view at the gallery March 2 - April 27. Several centenial birthday related events hosted by City Lights Bookstore and others will take place throughout March, along with the release of his new book Little Boy, published by Doubleday. 

  • Wittgenstein's Garden, a commission site-specific sound installation by Doug Hall, was recently unveiled in its permanent location at Oliver Ranch in Geyserville, CA. The excerpted text used for the piece is by Austrian philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein and is performed by members of the San Francisco Girls Chorus.

  • Dawoud Bey: Night Coming Tenderly, Black, a recent body of work based on sites of the underground railroad, will be on view at The Art Institute of Chicago January 11 - April 14. More here...

    Recent acquisitions of the work include: Akron Art Museum, OH; Art Institute of Chicago, IL; The Block Museum of Art, Northwestern University, IL; Cleveland Museum of Art, OH; The Rennie Museum, Vancouver 

  • Several works by Lewis Watts were recently acquired by the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive. Pictured here: Afro Punk Atlanta (green hair coat and leggings), 2017, from the series "Black Joy."

  • Oliver Lee Jackson: Recent Paintings will be on view at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., April 14 – September 15, 2019. Curated by Harry Cooper, this exhibition will include 25 paintings created over the past 15 years, many of which will be shown publicly for the first time. More here...

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