Since opening in San Francisco’s Mission District in September 2019, Voss Gallery has sought to provide a platform for bold and innovative programming that promotes the work of emerging and underrecognized artists while fostering its relationship with the local arts community.
This year, Voss Gallery presented Tim Irani’s debut solo exhibition “Plants & Machines” that playfully examined the relationship between human-made technologies, ourselves, and the planet; Serge Gay Jr.’s “P.S. I Love You” solo exhibition that lightheartedly depicted the captivating and carefree nature of Palm Springs; Gale Hart’s “The Hood” solo exhibition that boldly considered the conflicting desires of wanting to be seen while remaining in control of one’s identity; and “The Essentials” group exhibition of New Contemporary work by 24 regional artists which is on view through February 1, 2020. In addition, the gallery hosted a stencil workshop with Jeremy Novy, a pop-up exhibition with Natalia Lvova in conjunction with Artspan’s SF Open Studios, and a charitable photography pop-up exhibition in partnership with Pushing For Pink.
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I would also like to recognize the artists who have exhibited this past year: Alynn-Mags, Amandalynn, Crystal Kamoroff, Gale Hart, Harumo Sato, Heather Robinson, Ingrid V. Wells, Jennifer Banzaca, Jeremy Novy, John Osgood, Joshua Lawyer, Joshua Nissen King, Kate Tova, Luciano Roque, Lucky Rapp, Mike Sanchez, MJ Lindo, Natalia Lvova, Neddie Bakula, Olena Vasylevska, Serge Gay Jr., Steve Javiel, Tati Holt, Tim Irani, and The Tracy Piper.
I look forward to seeing you at upcoming exhibitions and events at Voss Gallery in the new year.
With gratitude and warm wishes this holiday season,
Ashley L. Voss