Current and Upcoming Exhibitions

No upcoming exhibitions are announced at this time

Past BAPC Exhibitions

Memento Mori | Memento Vivere

March 9 – April 21, 202
The Studio at Marin Art and Garden Center

Curated by Trisha Lagaso Goldberg
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Uncanny Beauty

September 14-October 21, 2023
Harvey Milk Photo Center

Curated by Emmanuelle Namont
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The New World

October 22-November 19, 2022

Minnesota Street Project

Curated by Sandra Phillips
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Magnetic Pull

January 16 – February 20, 2021
Arc Gallery

Curated by Daniel Nevers and Jennifer Brandon

Artists in Conversation:
with Ann Jastrab: 1/28
with Meg Shiffler: 2/9
with Daniel Nevers: 2/20
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Marking Time

September 26 – October 26, 2019
Harvey Milk Photography Center

Curated by Meg Shiffler

20th Anniversary Exhibition

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Of Dreams and Reality

September 15 – October 25, 2018
Berkeley Art Center

Curated by Ann Jastrab

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Making of a Beautiful Bridge (Japan)

February 27 – March 4, 2018

Part of the annual Photo Yokohama festival in Japan, in collaboration with SAMURAI FOTO collective.
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January 27 – February 17, 2018
ARC Gallery

Curated by DeWitt Cheng
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Places of Change

September 5 – October 18, 2017
The Pina Zangaro Gallery
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A Point Of Transition

February 23 — March 5, 2017
Faction Brewing 
BAPC and the Alameda Photographers
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Upon Reflection

December 18 – January 10, 2015
PHOTO Oakland

Curated by Stephen Wirtz
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October 4 – 31, 2014
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One Shot x2 (2013)

April 13 – May 12, 2013
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July 7 – July 28, 2012
Arc Studios & Gallery
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Red Poppy Art House

Curated by Marisa Aragona
• Review in Art
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May 17 – July 7, 2012
PHOTO Oakland
Curated by Rene de Guzman
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Portraits From Oakland

January 6 – February 18, 2012
PHOTO Oakland
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Collaborate Gallery
• Review in the EastBay Express
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Bay Area Street Photography Now

April 2011
PHOTO Oakland
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Cultivating Photography

March 2011
Skylight Gallery
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One Shot x2 (2010)

October 2 – October 29, 2010
Harvey Milk Photographic Center, San Francisco
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Synthetic Environments

April 10 – 29, 2010
Mina Dresden Gallery, San Francisco
• Review in SF Examiner Photo blog
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One Shot x2 (2009)

September 2009
Harvey Milk Photographic Center, San Francisco
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November 2 – December 7, 2008
Berkeley Art Center
• Review in Art slant
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Open Studios

October 2008
Fort Mason
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March 20—April 20, 2008
Rayko Photo Center Gallery, San Francisco
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Landscape Revisited

November 4—November 18, 2007
Mendocino Art Center, Mendocino
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All Over The Map

September 2006
Calumet Photo Gallery, San Francisco.
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December 2005
Focus Gallery, San Francisco.
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Older Exhibitions

Harvey Milk Photo Center, San Francisco.
One Shot, A yearly exhibition since 2003. Each BAPC member exhibits the “one shot” that stands apart from their typical body of work.

Tressider Memorial Union, Stanford University, Palo Alto.
The Neighborhood Project, June 2004. Twelve members showed diverse bodies of work around the concept of the neighborhood. This was a BAPC thematic project.

Focus Gallery, San Francisco.
Landscape: Real or Imagined (PDF), May 2003. Twenty one members showed their work in a show curated by Linda Conner.

Commonwealth Club of California, San Francisco.
October, 2001. Documentary photography by three members: Kevin Desler, Idkah, a photo essay on life around the Idkah Mosque in Kashgar, Xinjiang, China. Bill Mattick, Democratic National Convention, Los Angeles, 2000. Gloria Upchurch, Shades of Africa.

San Francisco Art Commission City Hall Gallery.
March, 2001. Sponsored in part by the San Francisco Arts Commission. “Kay Taneyhill’s LasVegas Airport 2000, Emilie Valentine’s Diner,Uptown NY, and Kevin Desler’s travel photos of Yemen are standouts,” said Doug Konecky on

Commonwealth Club of California, San Francisco.
August, 2000.

Calumet Photo Gallery, San Francisco.
November, 1999.

Open Studios, San Francisco.
October, 1999.