The New World

Group Exhibition Curated by Sandra Phillips,
Curator Emerita of Photography, SFMOMA

Meet the Artist #4: November 19, 1-4PM

Cindy Stokes, Anthony Delgado, Neo Serafimidis, John Martin. Read more.

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Rusty Weston’s Unnatural World in Three Upcoming Shows

Photographs from Rusty Weston’s series Unnatural World will appear in no less than three upcoming shows

  • In July, the image Valley/Building shot just outside of Death Valley, will appear in a group show called Environment at the Glasgow Gallery of Photography, in Scotland. 
  • In June, Valley/Burn will appear in a show called Landscape Perspectives at Gallery 1137 in Art Works Downtown, in San Rafael, California. The group show was juried by gallerist Kim Eagles-Smith. Please join Rusty at the opening on June 9th, 5-8 p.m.
  • In May, Valley/Burn was juried into an online group show called In Sight at the O’Hanlon Center for the Arts in Mill Valley, Ca. The exhibition was curated by Shana Lopes, Assistant Curator of Photography at SF MoMA.


Current Exhibition

Recent Exhibitions

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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