Push/Pull

Incline Gallery is excited to announce Push/Pull, a two person show featuring the works of Laurel Shear and Melissa Wyman. Laurel Shear makes lush oil paintings that oscillate between abstraction and representation, allowing and encouraging the paint to become a part of the narrative.  Shears paintings draw inspiration from pop culture imagery, personal experience and…

Interdigitation

Interdigitation Patricia Stroud, Sydney Cohen, Tosha Stimage View this email in your browser DATES October 14th – November 6thOPENING RECEPTION October 14th 6-9pm Interdigitation interweaves three Bay Area artists, Patricia Stroud, Sydney Cohen, and Tosha Stimage whose practices examine the intersectional qualities of noticing, learning, and remembering. Sydney Cohen’s works—from her latest series Intimacy in Space Travel: Color Transmissions, Rocket Catchers, Time…

“Mirror, mirror, on the wall, Who is the Sisyphean of us all” a.k.a. “Flirting w/ Camus: by appointment”

“Mirror, mirror, on the wall, Who is the Sisyphean of us all” a.k.a. “Flirting w/ Camus: by appointment” September 22nd to October 2nd   “Mirror, mirror, on the wall, Who is the Sisyphean of us all” a.k.a. “Flirting w/ Camus: by appointment” is a multimedia installation tailored for the ramp of an old mortuary facility, now the…

never forever

never forever Gina M. Contreras and Karen Thomas   An Exhibition at Incline Gallery July 29-September 02, 2016 Opening: July 29th, 6-9 pm     The memories of yesterday and today form the foundation of who we are and what we will be. Some memories, like those times of love or love lost, stay with…

The Postcolonial Contemporary

The Postcolonial Contemporary An Exhibition at Incline Gallery, Curated by John Zarobell   Andrew Gilbert, From the Cape to Cairo-Civilization, 2015 © the artist. Courtesy of SPERLING, Munich 766 Valencia Street San Francisco, CA 94110 June 10-July 10, 2016 Opening: June 10, 6-9 pm   Colonial displacement has often been made invisible by countless historical…