4 Awesome SF Art Shows to Catch This Week


Chris Dorosz: STASIS

STASIS, is a new series of dynamic, wall-mounted sculptures by Chris Dorosz up at Scott Richards Contemporary Art. Dorosz uses celebrities as his subject matter to create his plexiglass forms that seem to move and transform as the viewer walks around them. Through September 1st at Scott Richard Contemporary Art, 251 Post Street, Suite 425, srcart.com.

Jacqueline Walters: Traces

Jacqueline Walters’ Traces series at Corden l Potts Gallery looks at what is found in the ever-changing patterns of the ocean and grains of sand. Her black and white work was shot with a pinhole camera and used long exposures to create a serene feeling of impermanence. Through August 30th at Corden l Potts Gallery, 49 Geary St., Suite 410, cordenpottsgallery.com.


Michael Gregory: Five Hundred Miles

Michael Gregory’s paintings at John Berggruen Gallery are icons of the American landscape. The images of barns, silos and prairie farms in Five Hundred Miles have become Gregory’s signature subject matter. Through August 25th at John Berggruen Gallery, 228 Grant, berggruen.com.


Judith Foosaner: Breaking and Entering

Judith Foosaner’s new show at Brian Gross Fine Art was influenced by the pulse, beat and movement of dance and jazz. Foosaner’s bold black and white compositions are marked by fluidity and rhythm, encapsulating energy and fervor. Through August 24th at Brian Gross Fine Art, 49 Geary, briangrossfineart.com.



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