Bankers Investment Bldg

Bankers Investment Bldg
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49 Geary St
San Francisco, CA 94108
(415) 781-2836
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Our newest exhibition, Marc Katano: Outside Voice is up on Artsy! At the Art Museum of Sonoma County, Marc Katano debuts his signature abstractions on 9x12 foot tarps, alongside works on handmade Nepalese paper. Through the use of large tarps, Katano expands his meditative practice of painting by scaling his work beyond the human body. Check out his latest workt on our site, or in person. The physical exhibition is up at Museums of Sonoma County through April 30th.
Upcoming show featuring works by Marc Katano at Wirtz Art Oakland, Wirtz Art Apr 21st – May 26th

"Larry saw beyond the porn actress, more exposed in the intimacy of a quiet moment in front of a stranger’s camera than when she was performing before a cast and crew. “The Valley” is a visual contemplation of an animal impulse in the context of late capitalism, activated by the artifices and edifices of the American suburb." - Philip Gefter Taken from the monograph, "Larry Sultan: Here and Home," (2014), The New Yorker finds intimacy, light, and place in Larry Sultan's work. His retrospective, "Here and Home," will open at SFMOMA San Francisco Museum of Modern Art on April 15th.

"I always gravitate towards some place that looks like home. [These photographs] really aren’t about houses. They’re about people." - Todd Hido Photographer Todd Hido often works from behind the wheel of a car, looking for the mysterious narratives a dark suburb might present. Check out Christie's video studio visit with Hido by Whitten Sabbatini. His work is included in their April 6th auction benefitting the Elton John AIDS Foundation.

Since 1972, photographer Peter Mitchell has been photographing his home in Leeds as a Martian landscape. Liz Jobey at the Financial Times chronicles his newfound international recognition, the development of color photography in the UK, and US Viking Space Missionsthat inspired the now famous series . "Since then [1979] the city has been the subject of his photographs, its dereliction and reconstruction observed with a sceptical eye. But only recently have they reached beyond a small group of admirers, and only now is his early series of pictures, 'A New Refutation of the Viking 4 Space Mission,' first exhibited in 1979, being produced as a book. It is, as Rudi Thoemmes, his Bristol-based publisher, admits, '38 years late'."

The final installment of our series, David Pace, Burkina Faso in Three Parts, Part 3: The Dance.

NY Times: The Startling Beauty of Scarecrows by Geoff Dyer…

We're so pleased for Peter Mitchell whose photographs Geoff Dyer writes thoughtfully about in today's @nytimes.

Really fantastic article by Lydia Brawner via @SFAQ about the style of scent as part of "Style Wars."

RT @InventorLogan: metmuseum: The Whitney was always about intimacy and an artist-centric quality. —Adam Weinberg #DirectorsDialogue