Recent News

  • The Blanton Museum, Austin, TX has recently acquired several works by Lawrence Ferlinghetti. Pictured here The Birds, 1958

  • Vik Muniz' traveling retrospective, which originated at the High Museum in Atlanta, is now on view at the Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, VA (through Oct. 14, 2018). 

  • New commissioned work by Lava Thomas is on view as part of di Rosa's exhibition "Be Not Still: Living in Uncertain Times Part 2" through December 30 - Napa, CA. Thomas will be in conversation with Mildred Howard Nov 3 from 3-5pm

  • "'You need energy and conviction' - Gallery Chat with San Francisco's Rena Bransten," a recent interview with the Art Dealer's Association of America - read the full piece here.

  • 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."

  • We are pleased to announce Oliver Lee Jackson: Recent Paintings at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., March 3–September 2, 2019. This exhibition is curated by Harry Cooper and will include 25 paintings created over the past 15 years, many of which will be shown publicly for the first time.

  • Lava Thomas recently participated in "Contemporary Artist in Conversation with History: 1968" at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, along with Sam Gilliam and Alfredo Jaar. Watch it here

  • Dawoud Bey has been awarded a 2017 MacArthur Fellowship: "Using an expansive approach to photography that creates new spaces of engagement within cultural institutions, making them more meaningful to and representative of the communities in which they are situated."

  • Congratulations to Robert Minervini who has been selected by the San Francisco Arts Commission to be included in a permanent mosaic and glass installation at the SFO Airport in Terminal 1.

  • New work by Dawoud Bey, Night Coming Tenderly, Black, based on sites of the Underground Railroad, is included in the inaugural FRONT International: Cleveland Triennial for Contemporary Art, through September 30, 2018

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