Lincart Gallery

Venue  |  Exhibitions
Idea Casiquena #10, 2009 Acrylic On Canvas © Lincart Gallery
Lincart Gallery
One Otis Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
Venue Type: Gallery
Open hours
Thurday and friday 12-6 and by appointment
Gallery type
contemporary, international, emerging

Lincart opened in August of 2000 at Otis Street, with an exhibition of paintings by Yuki Ogasawara. Since then, the gallery has presented more than 50 exhibitions, mostly solo shows.

Some of our highlight projects have included Yayoi Kusama, Graham Gillmore, Tucker Nichols, Bill Culbert and Omar Chacon. Owners Alexandra H. Fouladi and Charles Linder describe the gallery as ..." a unique fiscal collaboration involving the making, displaying, buying and selling of fine art. "

Lincart is a venue for contemporary fine art, design and lifestyle branding. At Lincart, we feel strongly that lifestyle is the most important component of an artist's oeuvre. Our aim is not just to sell you a picture : we want you to feel part of our artist’s most intimate scenes. We want you to buy their future, literally ; A total art experience.

We feel that collecting art is a learned passion which reflects a collector's enthusiasm for getting to know the artists. Lincart offers an elegant, yet informal environment where visitors may view a variety of new artwork and interact directly with the makers of the work. As gallery director, Linder has sought to combine elements of domesticity and informality with his eye for exquisite new art, resulting in a gallery space which is more inviting than most.

While Lincart is primarily centered around a program of living artists, the gallery also deals in important secondary market art. Currently, works by Ruscha, Westermann, Arbus, Nash, Paik, and Warhol are available, among others. Recent art fairs include  Vienna's Austrotel Fair 2000, and PHOTO San Francisco 2005, ART L.A 2006, MACO mexico  2007, Scope Hamptons 2007 , Aqua Miami 08 and Scope New York 09 .

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