After a frantic search in a let's just say "challenging" real estate market, we have finally installed ourselves in a new temporary space in the Union Square area of Downtown San Francisco., where we will be open by liberally scheduled appointment. For the next several months, find us at 555 Sutter Street, #405, between Powell and Mason Streets. Our phone/fax/email information is unchanged.
We intend to maintain a regular exhibition program over the next 12 months, so please bookmark this site and sign up to receive announcements and other gallery news by email.
Maury Edelstein | Ted Pushinksy : 50 Years of San Francisco Street Photography gets an art ltd magazine Critics Pick.
"The explosive growth of San Francisco in the current tech boom has people wondering if whether the free-spirited, civilized place they fell in love with will survive. “Maury Edelstein and Ted Pushinsky: 50 Years of San Francisco Street Photography” at Mark Wolfe Contemporary Art looks back at the period from the 1960s to the present with incisive realism, and, for those who lived here then, a hint of nostalgia".... Read More.
"Artist Sarah Thibault paints signs of the times. She brings together 1960s peace symbols and tech-age emojis in a trippy new exhibit exploring the iconographies, ideologies and similarities of two eras of changing tides in an exhibition "Staycation" on view at Mark Wolfe Contemporary Art in The City through Feb. 27"...Read More
"Mr. Arnold could be the William Eggleston of Instagram. Using his iPhone (along with a Contax G2 and Yashica T5), he captures the daily rhythms of New York street life in moments of both high drama and sublime banality"...Read More
Lanam has had two solo exhibitions at Mark Wolfe Contemporary and received his BFA from the California College of the Arts in 2007 and MFA in Painting from San Francisco State University in 2011. In addition to solo shows at Wolfe Contemporary, his work has been exhibited at art fairs in Miami, New York, and San Francisco, and in a recent group show at Gallery Henoch in New York.
Since he arrived in New York City eleven years ago, street photographer Daniel Arnold has made it his business to roam the city, capturing unguarded, intimate moments in public spaces—the exhausted subway rider absentmindedly straddling a pole, the toddlers having a face-off, or simply the unconscious expressions of strangers shown close up—which he then might publish on his wildly popular Instagram feed, blog, or save for a book...Read more
IT'S BRIGHT BUT cold and the yellow cabs and skyscrapers are on some Big Apple snow-globe shit—the whole thing looks like a Hollywood back lot. Fifty-third and Fifth Avenue is an aggressively New York corner and one I usually avoid for reasons of: It's gross...Read More.