Voss Gallery is a women-owned art gallery in San Francisco’s Mission District established in 2019 by Ashley L. Voss. The gallery features a dynamic exhibition program of solo and thematically organized group shows and socially-conscious projects to benefit the greater community. New exhibitions are presented every three to four weeks and are curated with an emphasis on New Contemporary work by emerging and mid-career artists.
Our mission is to inspire, connect and enrich lives by making the art buying process easy, accessible and fun! We’re committed to helping collectors at any stage find the perfect piece for their space with a variety of options for every budget.
Join the #vosscollectorsclub to receive invitations to VIP collector events, early access to new artwork, and exclusive content from our gallery artists! Our newsletter also highlights one of our members and shares practical advice from the gallery owner about purchasing and caring for artwork.
This past year we collaborated with The Tracy Piper to create an ongoing #artforchange initiative in support of three organizations advocating for social justice and public health. So far we have donated over $16,000 to the Black Lives Matter Global Network, $1,500 to the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, and $250 to the American Nurses Foundation's Coronavirus Response Fund for Nurses.
Gallery hours: Wednesday-Saturday, 12-6PM or by appointment.
Ashley L. Voss, Owner/Director
Voss Gallery's experimental space, [The Down Low] is located on the basement level with access via a staircase which may present difficulties for those with physical disabilities. We apologize for this; please contact us for additional documentation and information on our exhibitions if you would like to view the shows but have accessibility needs that our space doesn't meet.
The Voss Artist-In-Residence program (Voss AIR) is an opportunity for individuals and artist groups to collaborate with Voss Gallery to produce socially engaging content. Residencies typically unfold over three to four months and include both an exhibition and community project; the program does not include lodging. Projects can include multidisciplinary performance, film, immersive installations, publications, and online initiatives.
Artists we’ve worked with (August 2019-present): Addendum24, A. Lazaro, Alexandra Cicorschi, Alynn-Mags, Amandalynn, Amy Ahlstrom, Andre Hart, Annie Walker, Arael Dominguez, Bella Donna Artiste, Bianca Levan, Blake Jones, Blane Asrat, Catherine Gutierrez, Chris Koehler, Crystal Kamoroff, Dany Paragouteva, David Samuels, Diane Wang, Durba Sen, Eddie O. Rodriguez, Ernie Steiner, Gale Hart, Gwen Pryor, Haoyun Erin Zhao, Harumo Sato, Heather Robinson, Ian Robertson-Salt, Ingrid V. Wells, Jennifer Banzaca, Jeremy Novy, Jessica Dunegan, J. L. King, J. Manuel Carmona, John Osgood, Jordan Herren, Joseph Abbati, Joshua Coffy, Joshua Lawyer, Joshua Nissen King, Julianne Wallace Sterling, Justyna Kisielwicz, Kacy Jung, Kate Tova, Khari Turner, Kristian Kabuay, Lady Henze, La Tinta, LE BohemianMuse, Luciano Roque, Lucky Rapp, Maggie Hurley, Malisa Suchanya, Maria Carmela, Marc Scheff, Matley Hurd, Maya Fuji, Meri Brin, Mike Sanchez, MJ Lindo, Mila Kirillova, Natalia Lvova, Neddie Bakula, Nina Fabunmi, Olena Vasylevska, Orin Carpenter, Ralph C.R., Ransom & Mitchell, Renee DeCarlo, Ron Robles, Samuel Dominguez, Sasinun Kladpetch, Scott Idleman, Serge Gay Jr., Soad Kader, Steph Littlebird, Stephanie Steiner, Steve Javiel, Tati Holt, Tim Irani, The Tracy Piper, Tom Colcord, TotesFerosh, Tyrell Waiters, Usha Shukla, Victoria Veedell, and ZESHT.