Incline Gallery x an.ä.log Gallery
Per tradition we have asked several artists in our community to showcase in our Anniversary Group Show, but we are going off-site!We are currently closed because of a fire in the building last fall, but as we reach the end of the decade, we continue to be grateful for our friends and community as we collaborate with an.ä.log Gallery in order to continue to support and allow Incline to thrive as an alternative art space here in San Francisco. We look forward to new partnerships and collaborations, more experimentations, growth, celebrations and of course always more art!
March 14th, 2020 – March 27th, 2020
886 Capp Street @24th
We were scheduled to have an opening tomorrow, March 13th, 2020 but unfortunately have to postpone our event until the final day of the exhibition, which will be March 27, 2020. If that changes, we will update you across all of our platforms.
an.ä.log Gallery will remain open during the exhibition and their gallery hours will be from 12-6pm on Saturday and Sundays through March 27. Please stop by and help support our artists whose main income comes from shows like this. Direct sales of the Artwork is available at the gallery, also to purchase via online sales please direct message @inclinegallery on Instagram or by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be posting photos of the work on the Facebook Event Page (https://www.facebook.com/events/487725392118082/).
Gina M. Contreras
Chelsea R. Wong
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anälog Gallery is an underground community exhibition space established in April 2019 by owner Guy Campbell and curator Don Ross. The gallery was constructed by Campbell on the ground floor of his 19th century Victorian town house, created to exhibit art and performance from local artists in the Bay Area.
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Incline Gallery is an alternative art space that fosters relationships between community and artists. We create opportunities for emerging as well as established artists to exhibit in a non-cube format that challenges and encourages experimentation in exhibition design. Our role continues to expand by facilitating outside curators, international exchanges and partnerships within a community based organization.