Haines Gallery

Estándar
Current Exhibitions

On view through March 1, 2014

  FUNDAMENTAL ABSTRACTION III

Featuring with works by Pierre Cordier & Gundi Falk, Kota Ezawa, Monir Farmanfarmaian, Mike Henderson, Patsy Krebs, David Maisel, David Nash, Leslie Shows, David Simpson, Zhan Wang and Zheng Chongbin

PATSY KREBS: Elysion

This exhibition coincides with the release of Krebs’ recent publication Elysion, which is available at the gallery.
www.hainesgallery.com

Installation at Haines Gallery


Solo Museum Exhibition       LESLIE SHOWS Surfacing

Scottsdale Museum               of Contemporary Art               Scottsdale, Arizona
February 8 – May 4, 2014

Rich with myriad details and varied textures, the surfaces of Leslie Shows collaged paintings reward careful study. In them, one might find rust, plexiglass, mylar, acrylic paint, mica, magazine cutouts, crushed glass, mud, ink, sand and engraved aluminum. An avid researcher and expansive thinker, Shows diligently and creatively explores the fluid dynamics of our material world. Shows will be giving a lecture at SMoCA on March 20, 2014.             www.smoca.org

Coupler, 2014, Acrylic, plexiglass and synthetic           rubber on wood and aluminum, 42 x 33 inches


Solo Museum Exhibition           DARREN WATERSTON Uncertain Beauty

MASS MoCA North Adams, Massachusetts
March 2014 – January 2015           Opening Reception: March 29, 2014

Uncertain Beauty will feature a selection of paintings and works on paper alongside a major new installation, Filthy Lucre, that will reinterpret James McNeill Whistler’s famous Peacock Room as a resplendent ruin, a vision of crumbling excess. Photos and videos of the project in progress can be seen on Waterston’s blog. www.darrenwaterston.com/blog        
www.massmoca.org

Waterston installing at MassMoCA


Public Art Project       KOTA EZAWA Horizons

Chinatown Central Subway Station             San Francisco, California
On view til 2015

On view for one year, Horizons is an approximately 150 ft. wide and 4 feet tall mural print composed of diverse depictions of horizon lines that is installed on the construction fence for the Chinatown Subway Station on Stockton Street. The imagery in the mural consists of re-drawn photographs referencing various artists’ projects, geographic locations, historic and contemporary events, which all prominently feature a horizon. Seventeen individual images align to form a continuous horizon line.           www.sfartscommission.org

Detail of Horizons on Stockton Street


Commission       ALLISON SMITH Half-square Triangles

West Wall, Haas Foundation               San Francisco, California
September 2013 – March 2015

Allison Smith’s West Wall project, Half-square Triangles, is a vivid work of pieced linen mounted with taut nylon ropes. The form is suggestive of improvised shelters, flags, boxing rings, and trampolines. These, in turn, are associated with the activities that Walter and Elise Haas Fund grantees engage in as they provide infrastructure, create mobility, and support cultural and civic activity in our communities.
www.haassr.org

Half-square Triangles, 2013, screen printed ink on cut and sewn linen, nylon rope, 9 x 9 feet   Commissioned by the Walter and Elise Haas Fund


Fundraising Auction       Support the Roxie Theater

Online auction now thru February 27           and a  Gala Party will be held that           night at The Roxie

Bid on photographs by Haines Gallery artists John Chiara, Linda Connor, Kota Ezawa and Nigel Poor among many incredible artists! The Roxie, is the country’s oldest continually operating theater, showing movies since 1909. In 2009, The Roxie became a non-profit theater dedicated to independent film.
www.roxie.com/auction

                NIGEL POOR, Mrs. Dalloway from the series Remainders: god, sex and animals talking, 2012 Archival inkjet print, 20 x 24 inches, Edition 2/3


Museum Exhibition       AI WEIWEI According to What? at Pérez Art Museum Miami, Florida

December 4, 2013 – March 16, 2014

Ai Weiwei: According to What? is the first major international survey of this vital artist’s multifaceted artistic oeuvre. This traveling exhibition reveals Ai’s practice as emerging from an ever-questioning dialogue with the social, political and cultural positions of his native China and the world at large.
www.pamm.org

Ai Weiwei, Grapes

49 Geary Street Fifth Floor San Francisco CA 94108   415.397.8114   www.hainesgallery.com   art@hainesgallery.com

Responder

Por favor, inicia sesión con uno de estos métodos para publicar tu comentario:

Logo de WordPress.com

Estás comentando usando tu cuenta de WordPress.com. Cerrar sesión / Cambiar )

Imagen de Twitter

Estás comentando usando tu cuenta de Twitter. Cerrar sesión / Cambiar )

Foto de Facebook

Estás comentando usando tu cuenta de Facebook. Cerrar sesión / Cambiar )

Google+ photo

Estás comentando usando tu cuenta de Google+. Cerrar sesión / Cambiar )

Conectando a %s