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Mark Wolfe Contemporary Art

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Mark Wolfe Contemporary Art
1 Sutter Street
Suite 300
San Francisco, CA 94104
Venue Type: Gallery

union square/civic center

Small Moon, Jacob TillmanJacob Tillman, Small Moon,
2011, Gouache, spray paint on postcard, 5 x 3 inches
© Artist and Mark Wolfe Contemporary Art
Untitled, Lauren SilvaLauren Silva, Untitled,
2011, Acrylic on canvas, 25 x 25 inches
© Artist and Mark Wolfe Contemporary Art
Literary Figures, Jacob TillmanJacob Tillman, Literary Figures,
2009, Oil on canvas, 24 x 24 inches
Portrait of Linda Martinez, Ryan MartinRyan Martin, Portrait of Linda Martinez,
2010, Oil on canvas, 50 x 40 in.
An Incomplete Life, Jud BergeronJud Bergeron, An Incomplete Life,
2008, Steel, 72 x 27 x 18 inches
© Jud Bergeron
South Pole Purgatory, Yee Jan BaoYee Jan Bao, South Pole Purgatory,
2008, Oil on canvas, 36 x 48 inches
Unified Theory, James SansingJames Sansing, Unified Theory,
2009, Installation in cement, wood, fiber, cable
Portable Shelter, Danielle Guidici WallisDanielle Guidici Wallis, Portable Shelter,
2008, Roofing shingles, adhesive, insulation, wood, steel, 26 x 27 x 36 inches
Gu Shan 3. Diptych, Wang TiandeWang Tiande, Gu Shan 3. Diptych,
2007, Digital image, xuan paper, pi paper, stone rubbing, Each 12.5 x 64 inches
Blasphemous Rumors, Ryan MartinRyan Martin, Blasphemous Rumors,
2009, Oil on canvas, 60 x 72 inches
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Founded in 2005, Wolfe Contemporary is dedicated to the principle of exposition in visual art. Accordingly, our curatorial mission is to provide epiphanic visual experiences that compel audiences to adopt new modes of observing, processing, and decoding visual information that eventually become a permanent part of how they perceive and respond to the world around them. We take great pride in having mounted the “first-ever” shows of several established and emerging artists from across the US, Europe, South America and China in the San Francisco Bay Area.

The gallery's artists have garnered critical praise in local and national publications and media, including art ltd, Artweek, KQED Public Television, New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle, S.F. Weekly, S.F. Bay Guardian, Flash Art, and Village Voice, and have exhibited at the Oakland Museum, the Civic Gallery of Milan, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and numerous other venues.

Wolfe Contemporary was the subject of the 2009 PBS Documentary "Seeking Art in Shanghai," which documented a scouting trip to China and subsequent group exhibition at the gallery in San Francisco.

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