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The David Ireland House at 500 Capp Street

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The Echo, installation view, 2016 © Preston/Kalogiros
The David Ireland House at 500 Capp Street
500 Capp Street
San Francisco, CA 94110
Venue Type: Alternative Space
QUICK FACTS
Phone
415-872-9240
DESCRIPTION

Enjoy an inspiring tour of the David Ireland House at 500 Capp Street. Tours are led by trained guides from the Bay Area’s community of practicing artists and art students whose diverse practices engage and give voice to Ireland’s work. The Artist Guides provide visitors with a unique tour experience of the House, sharing its history and connecting it to today’s contemporary art landscape.

 

The David Ireland House at 500 Capp Street is the late Bay Area conceptual artist's historic house and most industrious and seminal work, often considered the masterpiece of his career. The House features 3-4 exhibitions per year that highlight a rotating selection of work from the 500 Capp Street Foundation's archive of over 2,000 artworks and nearly 1,000 pieces of ephemera, in addition to hosting related lectures and special events.  Visit the David Ireland House and experience a work of art that embodies Ireland's art + life ethos and post minimal aesthetics. 

 

Tours are held Wednesday through Saturday, 11am, 2pm and 4pm.

$20 general admission, $15 students and seniors.

Advance booking strongly encouraged, as tours are limited to 8 visitors.

Group rates available. 

 

For more information visit: http://500cappstreet.org

To book tickets and group tours visit http://500cappstreet.org/tours/  

or call (415) 872-9240 

 

About The 500 Capp Street Foundation:

The 500 Capp Street Foundation carries on the legacy of late conceptual artist David Ireland by affording a broad audience the opportunity to experience his home and masterpiece as well as his extant body of work. In the spirit of Ireland, The Foundation conducts public tours and events, maintains a permanent archive of personal papers, photographs, and publications, and will host a residency program, launching in 2017.