Thursday, January 5, 2017

January Guide: Shows and Events - SF & Bay Area

Closer, Jeffrey Cheung's solo show opens at Hashimoto January 7, 6-9pm.
Image courtesy of Hashimoto Contemporary.

Happy New Year!
From the San Francisco Art & Culture Channel, we wish you and your family the best.
We are excited to continue supporting artists and art spaces by sharing their stories through our studio visits and interview programming, as well as attending show receptions, and meeting artists, colleagues, and supporters in person. 
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View our guide to upcoming shows and events this month.
Week 1-
1/6: 50 Artists talk - Jonn Herschend on Susan O’Malley at SFMOMA. Free with museum ticket, $19-25.
Noon, 151 Third St, San Francisco, CA.

1/6: Points West by James Sterling Pitt at Et Al
6-9pm, 620 Kearny St, San Francisco, CA 

1/6: Colorful Streets by Troy Holden at Mule Gallery.
6-9pm, 80 Fresno St, San Francisco, CA.

1/7: comfort objects by Lauren DiCioccio at Jack Fischer Gallery.
5-7pm, 1275 Minnesota St, San Francisco, CA.

1/7: Me/You group show at C2c Project Space. Featuring work by Aaron Poser, Elise Siegel, Adam Novak, Sarah Thibault, Jenny Ottinger, Grace Rosario Perkins, Amanda Church, Tebby George, David Lasley, Bill Samios, Yuki Maruyama, Matt Smith, and John Casey.
6-9pm, 1695 18th St, San Francisco, CA

1/7: Closer by Jeffrey Cheung at Hashimoto Contemporary.
6-9pm 804 Sutter St, San Francisco, CA.

1/8: Plucked group show at 100% Gallery. Featuring work by Daniel Gibson, Peter Hurley, Koak, Garrett Pointer, and Kira Scerbin.
2-6pm. Please write for the address.

Week 2 -
1/10: Miguel Abreu Gallery (NY) at FraenkelLAB. Featuring work by Liz Deschenes, Rochelle Goldberg, Aaron Flint Jamison, Sam Lewitt, Jean-Luc Moulène, Florian Pumhösl, R. H. Quaytman, Eileen Quinlan, Raha Raissnia, Blake Rayne, and Pieter Schoolwerth.
5-7pm, 1632 Market St, San Francisco, CA.

1/10: Grundstück by Nicole Wermers at Jessica Silverman Gallery.
6-8pm, 488 Ellis St, San Francisco, CA.

1/10: Still Life by Rhonda Holberton at CULT | Aimee Friberg Exhibitions.
7-9pm, 3191 Mission St, San Francisco, CA.

1/12: The Original Scraper Bikes by Dino Graniello at Space B.
6-9pm, 310 3rd St, San Jose, CA.

1/12-1/15: FOG Design+Art Fair. Tickets + $20.
11am-7pm most days. 
At Fort Mason Festival Pavilion.
38 Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA

1/13: No Human Being Is Illegal: A Benefit for Five Family Members, at Naming Gallery. Featuring work by Louise Leong, Stephanie Libanti, Krusty Wheatfield, Vivian Fu, Crystal Millán, Sanaa Khan, Julie Gautier-Downes, Heather Wreckage, Morgan DeLorenzo, Lynneas Hollis-Weiss, Shelby Rosabal, Kat Demeray, and many more. 
7-10pm, 335 15th St, Oakland, CA.
If you cannot attend please consider donating to the benefit fundraiser, here.

1/13: Sooner or Later group exhibition at Southern Exposure, curate by Torreya Cummings. Featuring work by Bonanza, Sofia Cordova, Jader, Grace Rosario Perkins, Richard-Jonathan Nelson.
7-9pm, 3030 20th St, San Francisco, CA.

1/13: Mind Control - an independent art fair at Alter Space. Exhibitors include, 696969 (Reno), Alter Space (SF), Bug (NY), Casemore Kirkeby (SF), CTRL + SHFT (Oakland) , Deli Gallery (NY), Hilde (LA), MANIAC (Oakland), Nook Gallery (Oakland), Quality (Oakland), SPF15 (SD), andY2K (Oakland).
1158 Howard St, San Francisco, CA.
Main dates: January 12 - 15 from 12 - 6 pm
Opening reception: Friday the 13th, 8 pm - 12 am
Extended dates: Runs thru January 28, TH-SAT, 1-6pm

1/14: Reset group exhibition at Athen B. Gallery. Featuring work by Aubrey Learner, Augustine Kofie, Christie Yuri Noh, Curiot, Dave Kinsey, Duncan Jago, Ever, Jean Nagai, Kelly Ording, Martina Merlini, Pakayla Rae Biehn, Smithe.
7-11pm, 1525 Webster St, Oakland, CA.

Week 3 - 
1/18: I Like The Way You Look At My Black Brown Blue Body, artist talk with Lukaza Branfman-Verissmo at Lago Projects.
7:30pm, 12152nd Ave, Oakland, CA.

1/19: Liminal Space / Crossings at 41 Ross. Liminal Space / Crossings, a community-engaged public art project led by Bay Area artist, Summer Mei Ling Lee. The installation is based on Lee's year-long community-based research on Chinatown's history, uncovering stories of local residents in dialogue with her relationship to her Chinese immigrant grandmother. "Liminal Space" highlights immigration as an unfurling of processes that begins with a physical transverse of the Pacific Ocean, but is an event that casts reverberations of change for generations to come.

The project is presented and organized by the Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco (CCC) in partnership with the Chinatown Community Development Center. 
5-7pm, 41 Ross Alley, San Francisco, CA.

1/19: I AM NOT YOUR NEGRO screening at the Grand Lake Theater. MATATU presents the Bay Area's advance screening of I Am Not Your Negro; written by James Baldwin & directed by Raoul Peck. Tickets $15 (sold out).
7-9pm, 3200 Grand Ave, Oakland, CA.

1/20: You Have A Voice hosted by 3rd St Village and Bayview Opera House, Co-Curated by Mark Harris and Danielle Satinover. 
7-9pm, 3716 3rd St, San Francisco, CA.

Week 4 - 
1/27: Printed Ghosts / Inauguration Re-weaving Sedative by Ricki Dwyer at Open Windows Cooperative. $10 Donations for materials and workshop. All proceeds will be donated to ACLU. 
6-9pm. 1777 Yosemite Ave, Suite 340, San Francisco, CA. 

1/27: Dope Dope Dope MAG Issue 2, CREEP, release at the Growlery. 
6-10pm, 235 Broderick, San Francisco, CA.

1/27-1/29: PHOTOFAIRS | San Francisco. Tickets +12. 
Fort Mason Center Festival Pavilion

2 Marina Blvd, San Francisco, Ca