We’re delighted to announce we have two new shows up in Berkeley Cafes. Danny Thach v. Keith Haring at Yali’s Cafe on Oxford Street. Matthew Wilson at Yali’s Cafe in Stanley Hall. Both are up through March 18, 2016. See you there!
“The fair’s most important moment, and starkest example of the flexed “outsider” categorization, was the joint exhibition of “NIAD’s Marlon Mullen by New York’s JTT Gallery and Portland’s Adams and Ollman – a solo exhibition of reductive acrylic paintings, with content explicitly referencing the contemporary mainstream. The narrative justification for its inclusion would be the assumption […]
The NY Observer recognizes Marlon Mullen’s NYC Solo show at JTT as a Top Ten!!
As the gallery explains, “Mullen’s vision prioritizes images and information in a vivid and personal way…
Oakland-based artist Anthony Pinata is helping the Art Center kick off the New Year with a survey show. “Abstract Prefrences” offers a cross-generational look at artists — both ours and outside artists — concerned with abstraction.
Yes, we’re delighted to announce the latest solo exhibitions of Shana Harper and Peter Harris! If you’re in the East Bay, or planning to be, you should definitely visit the shows.