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Steven Wolf

Steven Wolf Fine Arts exhibits post war and contemporary art in all media. The gallery shows emerging, mid-career and established artists from the U.S and abroad, specializing in the discovery of new San Francisco Bay Area talent and the rediscovery of artists who have fallen through the cracks of history.

San Francisco

United States
Address:
49 Geary Street, Suite 411 San Francisco, CA
94108
Phone: 415-263-3677
Website: stevenwolffinearts.com


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Artists Represented

Derek Boshier, Tami Demaree, Charles Gaines, Stephan Pascher, Jose Ruiz, Ryan Boyle, Hamburger Eyes, Lance Letscher, Joe Rees, Molly Springfield, Kent and Kevin Young, Jacob Dahlgren, Dustin Fosnot, Kaz Oshiro, Marcos Rosales, Chris Tallon


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Current Exhibitions

Jacob Dahlgren "Heaven is a Place on Earth"


Forthcoming Exhibitions

Orly Cogan "The Wonder of You" & Nicholas Knight "Sentences"


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Submission Policy

Please email jpegs of your work for consideration to info@stevenwolffinearts.com


Press Releases

“Heaven is a Place on Earth,” conceptual artist Jacob Dahlgren’s first one-person show in the United States, will open at Steven Wolf Fine Arts, Thursday, March 1, and run through April 21. Dahlgren, who will represent Sweden in the Nordic Pavillion at the 2007 Venice Biennale, makes objects that appear to be in the modernist art tradition: stripe paintings, checkerboard floor sculptures and wall constructions that evoke the geometric explorations of the Bauhaus and the Russian constructivists. But in each case “mass production, randomness and play take precedence over the highbrow views of modernism,” writes Stina Hogkvist in a 2004 essay. The resulting work, however, is neither cynical nor dystopian but evokes laughter, embraces the living world and is free of the pretense and stern pedagogy associated with such masters of modernism as Walter Gropius, Clyfford Still and Josef Albers. Some examples: “I , The World, Things, Life,” a vast wall construction of dartboards hung cheek to jowl, was made for the Norkopingskonstmuseum in 2004. A crate full of darts was placed in the center of the floor with no printed ... [ Read all ]


Contact-Directors/Staff

Steven Wolf - Director
Adrienne Weiss - Assistant
Andrew Soernson - Assistant


Opening Times

Tuesday - Saturday, 11:30 - 5:30