Paint the Void is joining us for a fantastic show, spotlighting artists and their work through the pandemic. Curated by Inga Bard of Paint the Void with an assist from WonderlandSF's Irene Hernandez-Feiks, this show is going to blow you away!
111 Minna Gallery and Emily Fromm are excited to present their third art exhibition together, There You Go, Wherever You Are, which will showcase 50 original paintings made prior to and during the pandemic. Join us!
Olympia Altimir returns to us, but this time, with her own show! Check out her amazing work! The show opens late June and will run for a couple months!
Gooch is joining us with some of his most iconic works from over the years! Enjoy the color and personalities of the drag scene!
Not since the invention of the gramophone and the talking machine has art and invention come together so perfectly. We are showing over 150 artists that have drawn, painted, and collaged on 12 inches of beautiful Vinyl.
Streaming on December 10th @6:30 pm PST: Twitch Livestream
Aaron Johnson, Abel Manalo, Alberto Pacheco, Alec Huxley, Alex Garcia, Alexandra Cicorschi, Alice Koswara, Amandalynn, Amber Allan, Amelie de Cirfontaine, Amelie de Cirfontaine, Amy Ahlstrom, Anndrew MacRae, Ben Collison, Blane Asrat, Brandon Hurley, Brent McHugh, Brian Barneclo, Calvin Lai, Carlos Limon, Carly Ivan Garcia, Carmela Cucueco, Carrie Ann Cottini, Carrington Arredondo, Cat Sommer, Chris Leib, Cindy Shih, Cleng Sumagaysay, Cuatemoch Landa, Daniel Chimowitz, Daryll Peirce, David Ball, David Young, Debra Cook Shapiro, Delphyne V, Diana Balas, Dianne Hoffman, Doug Rhodes, Duser, Eddie Cola, Eddie Rodriguez, Emi Baria, Emily Fromm, Eon 75, Eric Bro, Eric Joyner, Erin Eisenhower, Espana Garcia, Felicia Ann, Felipe Soltero, Fernando Caldera, Fleur Spolidor, Franklin Lei, Goku, Haoyun Erin Zhao, Houston Berry, Inga Loyev, Ingrid Wells, Irene Feiks, Irene Hernandez, Isabella Piellusch Marquez, J.L.King, Jacinto Castillo, Jasper Steven Thomas, Jeffrey Nemenzo, Jenny Wehrt, Jeremiah Welsh, Jeremy Novy, Jes Muse, Jessica Petrie, Jesus Hernandez, Joel Tesch, John Casey, John Osgood, Johnny Dismal, Josh Thurman, Joshua Coffy, Jun Yang, Karla Korazon, Kathya Myranda, Kate Tova, Kelly Nicolaisen , Kenly Warren, Kevin Earl Taylor, Kiki, Kima Kamman, Kimlynh Chun, Kristi Holohan, Lacey Bryant, Lana Kohn, Laura Tex Buss, Lee Harvey Roswell , Lindsey Millikan, Louie Padama, Luciano Roque, Luis Tinoco, Manny, Manuel Carmona, Marc Wagenseil, Maria Urbi, Mario Navasero, Mark Campbell, Mark Lynch, Mary Fleener, Math PTV, Maureen Shields, Megan Caughlin, Mel Waters, Melanie Alves, Melanie Getman, Mike Sanchez, Minda McDorman, Natalia Lvova, Natalie Gabriel, Natasha Tozik, Nate1, Nathalie Fabri, Nicole Hayden, Nora Bruhn, Norm Quiros, Olympia Altimir Galvez, Ozi, Pixelstud, Preston Fox, Rachel Znerold, Raul D’Mauries, Rob Casanovas, Rob Harris, Romanowski, Ron Robles, Russell Ryan, Safi Chachaa Kolozsvari, Sean O’Donnell, Shane Izykowski, Sherrie Thai, Sierra Lowe, Skye Becker-Yamakawa, Sofia Venegas, Sonja Navin, Sonia Leticia, Sonja Navin, Spencer Brown, Stephanie Steiner Jacobi , Stephen Wagner, Steven Javiel , Tanya Herrera, Tara Gonzalez, Tati Holt, Taysty art, Ursula Xanthe Young, Yonmesiter. Yorgen Kvinsland, Youbeen Kim, Ytaelena Lopez
Wonderland, Last Gasp, and 111 Minna Gallery would like you enjoy checking out all of these wonderful artists. And, if you are so inspired, maybe purchase a piece to brighten up your stay at home zone, and support them.
WonderlandSF, the incredible Irene Hernandez-Feiks, joins us to curate this fantastic show of local artists.
Since 1970, Last Gasp has published and distributed the art, writing, and photography of popular and underground culture
Renee Roley brings us their attempt to grapple with COVID-19's impact on life as we know it.
Texas native, Nick Flatt is known for his large-scale photorealistic portraits. Flatt typically makes work around themes of conspicuous consumption, celebrity culture, and anti-consumerism, however with this new body of work he examines the PC movement. Producing the new series at the epicenter of PC culture, San Francisco, Flatt proposes an empowering yet somewhat ominous vantage point.
(Through Mar. 28th)