Upcoming Shows

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Future Relations: A Resource for Radical Teaching:

San Francisco Zine Launch and Art Jam

Art, Readings, Performance, and Music

When: Saturday September 29th 3-7 p.m.

Where: Incline Gallery 766 Valencia Street. San Francisco CA

$5-$10 No one turned away

Stencil Workshop for Protest Signs-Los Pobre Artistas 3-4:30 p.m. 

Program Starts at 5 p.m. 

Dj Petrelli 

Dj Lechuza Blanca

Readings and Performances by:

Tongo Eisen-Martin

Maya VilaPlana

Susan Cervantes

Roberto Leni

Jackie Katz

Los Pobre Artistas

Zapantera Negra

Rafa Sanhueza

Keep Hoods Yours


Paintings By:

Max Martilla


Future Relations: A Resource For Radical Teaching include contributions from:

Ale España

Art Forces/Susan Greene

Brett Cook

Chamuco Cortez

Chris Gazeleh

David de Rozas

David Petrelli

Derek Fenner

Sarah Fordyce containing student work by Sarah Weitzman, Qi Zhou, Li Song, and Erin Reagan 

Fred Alvarado

Jackie Katz

Joe Carpenter

Keep Hoods Yours

Los Pobre Artistas

Max Martilla

Maya Vilaplana


Nelson Mandela

Octavia Butler

Pato Luna


Rana Alshami

Roberto Leni

Rigo 23 

Stephanie Hooper


Taller Grafica Siqueiros/Pato Moore

Tara J Yosso

Tongo Eisen-Martin

Valentina Arriagada

William Ochoa/Mis Otros Hermanos

Zapantera Negra/Caleb Duarte

Open Call for Poets and Performers

We are having a zine launch event at Incline Gallery, Septermber 29th from 3-7 p.m. Please come through for a  dope time of art, music, and readings.  If you would like to share your work let us know. It could be of writing you have or writings from people who inspire you. Please come share, listen, dance, and pick up a copy of Future Relations: A Resource for Radical Teaching

California Walkscapes

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Leeza Doreian, All Day Soft Light

Exhibition Dates:

October 5th – November 4th, 2018

Opening Reception:

October 5th, 2018 6-9pm


When we walk our bodies get exposed to innumerous stimuli. Supported by our senses, we enter a field that requires us to constantly adapt to the changing environment and generate meaning that allows us to create knowledge needed to continue traversing streets, alleys, roads, and other passageways opening up in front of us. Whether in a city or rural landscape, through the act of walking, the physical, topographical and socio cultural layout of the environment we live in is understood experientially. Inspired by Francesco Careri’s publication Walkscapes this exhibit asks what information can we unearth about the California landscape through the act of  walking? California Walkscapes showcase artists from all genres who respond to walking from a number of different perspectives – for example, considering walking in the context of the body, urbanity, place and migration. Be ready for a mixed-media exhibition encompassing the genres of visual, performance, video, installation, and sound art. Stay connected for upcoming walkshops that will be integrated into the programming throughout the duration of the exhibition.

Participating Artists

Liat Berdugo

Mary Campbell

Gina Chiao

Rebekah Dean

Leeza Doreian

Laura Elayne Miller

Olga Evanusa-Rowland

Gabriel Gilder

Emily Gui

Susanne Huth

Carey Lin

Erica Molesworth

Kelley O’Leary

Stephanie Smith

Daniel Southard

Chris Thorson

Kevin Welch

Michal Wisniowski

Minoosh Zomorrodinia


Curated by Astrid Kaemmerling, Ph.D

Astrid Kaemmerling, Ph.D. is a german-born artist, researcher, curator and educator based in San Francisco, CA. Her work as interdisciplinary artist spans the genres of visual, performance and media art and strives to connect place memories of the past, such as collected travel experiences, with a critical exploration of specific neighborhoods and selected urban places. Kaemmerling has been exhibited internationally in Germany, Italy, Korea and the United States. Kaemmerling’s work won several residency fellowships, such as at the Cittadellarte-Fondazione Pistoletto, Italy, the Vermont Studio Center, VT, Enos Park Artist Residency, Springfield, IL and KALA Art Institute, CA. She is the founder of The Walk Discourse, a Bay Area based laboratory for walking artists and walking enthusiasts to share walking art methodologies, practices and tools. The interest in interdisciplinary collaboration has led her to the College of Fine Arts at Ohio University where she received her Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Arts; a degree positioned at the intersection of art & research. She specializes in the domain of walking art; her writing has been published in peer-reviewed journals and publications. Current artistic research projects include a series of works that investigate “processes of home-building” together with poet Rebecca J.R. Lachman.

Click here for information about The Walk Discourse.

For more information about the exhibition and Incline Gallery, please contact

Shirin Makaremi at inclinegallerysf@gmail.com.