Spring has sprung in the Bay Area, providing us with exciting new art gallery and museum exhibitions. LSS Art Advisory would like to shed some light on our favorite offerings this season:
Ed Ruscha and Jonas Wood at Gagosian Gallery
Notepads, Holograms and and Books, an exhibition featuring new works by Los Angeles based artists Jonas Wood and Ed Ruscha, is on view at Gagosian Gallery San Francisco through June 17, 2017. The artists use various media to explore language, image, writing and typography.
Francis Picabia and Sigmar Polke at Adrian Rosenfeld Gallery
Adrian Rosenfeld Gallery is hosting an exhibition of works by artists Francis Picabia and Sigmar Polke on view through June 10, 2017. The exhibition examines the connections in both artist’s approach to layered imagery and experimentation and is comprised of one major painting by each of the artists, accompanied by hand-colored gelatin silver prints and works on paper.
Margo Wolowiec at Jessica Silverman Gallery
Evergreen, Searchlight, Rosebud, a solo show of new large-scale works by Margo Wolowiec is currently on view at the Jessica Silverman Gallery. Wolowiec’s work is informed by issues surrounding social media and cyberspace. She collects jpegs through hashtag searches, creates a composite image, and through dye- sublimation transfers it to the polymer threads. These threads are then woven on a manual loom, resulting in beautiful abstract canvases.
Other Must-See Gallery Exhibitions:
Summer of Love at the de Young Museum
Summer of Love: Art, Fashion, and Rock & Roll, a 50th anniversary celebration of the counter-culture that flourished during the summer of 1967, is open at the de Young Museum. The exhibition features over 300 iconic memorabilia including photographs, rock posters, costumes and textiles, interactive music and light shows, ephemera, and avant-garde films. Be sure to stop by Stuart Davis on view through August 6, 2017.
On view through May 29, 2017 at SFMOMA, Matisse/Diebenkorn features over 100 paintings and drawings by artists Henri Matisse and Richard Diebenkorn. The exhibition is the first to explore and reveal the connections between the two artists in subject, style, color, and technique. Make sure not to miss this exhibition, as well as New Work: Park McArthur and Larry Sultan: Here and Home.
Urs Fischer at Legion of Honor
In conjunction with Auguste Rodin: The Centenary Collection, the Legion of Honor is pleased to present Urs Fischer: The Public & the Private. Fischer’s work is installed throughout the Legion’s galleries, and offers a contemporary perspective to the more traditional rendering of Rodin’s sculptural works. The Public & the Private closes July 2, 2017.