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Introducing: “Navigation Unknown” a solo exhibition by John Wentz

Hashimoto Contemporary is pleased to present “Navigation Unknown”, a solo exhibition by John Wentz. The show will introduce a new series of mixed media paintings examining the transitory space of the urban environment. “Navigation Unknown” expands the artist’s ongoing exploration … read more

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Opening Night Reception: Alex Ziv “Cut Away(s)” Solo Exhibition

Hashimoto Contemporary was delighted to present “Cut Away(s)”, the debut solo show by San Francisco artist Alex Ziv. A heartfelt thank you to everyone that came out in support! If you weren’t able to make the opening in person, check … read more

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Casey Gray Mural at Facebook HQ

Last month, exhibiting artist Casey Gray was an Artist-in-Residence at the Facebook HQ in Menlo Park, CA. During his residency, Casey created an immersive mural of vibrant stacked vessels. Get a behind-the-scene look of the painting process below!  

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Studio Visit with Alex Ziv and Upcoming Solo Exhibition

Next month, Hashimoto Contemporary is excited to debut “Cut Away(s)”, a solo exhibition of new works by San Francisco artist, Alex Ziv. We recently visited Alex in his Bayview studio as he prepares for his show. Alex Ziv’s minimal compositions are … read more

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Opening Night Reception: Anna Valdez “Works Sighted” Solo Exhibition

Hashimoto Contemporary opened its doors last Saturday night for the opening of Anna Valdez’s solo exhibition “Works Sighted”. If you weren’t able to make the opening in person, check out the reception photos, now posted on our Flickr and Facebook. A … read more

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Studio Visit with Anna Valdez and Upcoming Solo Show

Hashimoto Contemporary recently visited Anna Valdez in her Oakland studio as she prepares for her upcoming solo exhibition “Works Sighted”. Valdez constructs vibrant compositions that hum with pattern and slowly formulate through gestural detail. The exhibition title “Works Sighted” refers … read more

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Opening Night Reception: “Lush Life” curated by Roq La Rue

Hashimoto Contemporary opened its doors last Saturday night for the opening of “Lush Life” curated by Kirsten Anderson of Roq La Rue If you weren’t able to make the opening in person, check out the reception photos, now posted on … read more

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Hashimoto Contemporary at Art Market San Francisco

Hashimoto Contemporary was delighted to participate in this year’s Art Market San Francisco, at Fort Mason’s Festival Pavillon. At the fair, we introduced “Hazards May Be Present” a new series by Joel Daniel Phillips, as well as exhibited new paintings from Ravi Zupa … read more

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Annoucing: Art Market San Francisco 2017

Hashimoto Contemporary is excited to announce our participation in Art Market San Francisco, the Bay Area’s preeminent contemporary art fair. Art Market will return to the Festival Pavilion at San Francisco’s Fort Mason Center on April 27 – 30, 2017. … read more

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Introducing: Joel Daniel Phillips “Hazards May Be Present” Solo Exhibition

Hashimoto Contemporary is pleased to announce Joel Daniel Phillips solo booth at this years Art Market San Francisco, the Bay Area’s preeminent contemporary art fair. “Hazards May Be Present” is a new body of larger than life-sized renderings exploring San Francisco’s … read more

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