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The last Salon Series moderated by Việt Lê is happening Thursday, December 7, 6pm. Artists from Paris (Frédéric Dialynas Sanchez), New Mexico (Corey Pickett) and Hanoi (Nhung Đinh) convene on this moderated talk about physical and socio-political landscapes, mass media and the mundane. Afrofuturism, Asian indigenous shamanism, and European avant-garde frameworks shift as these artists ask, What does possession mean?
Get your tickets to the programs of Orquídeas here! You don’t want to miss this!
Learn more about the duets and dialogs between objects from artist Guillermo Gómez-Peña’s “living archives” arranged alongside the items inhabiting David Ireland’s dining room. More info here.
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We are excited to announce that 500 Capp Street is a recipient of the The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts spring 2023 grant for multi-year programming!
500 Capp Street Becomes a Trans Sanctuary in Marcel Pardo Ariza’s ‘Orquídeas’. Read more on this link
Lesdi Goussen Robleto In Conversation with Tony Labat: Reflecting on the 1980s and the Legacy of Artspace
Our Collections and Archive Fellow, Lesdi Goussen Robleto in conversation with Tony Labat now live on the Cabinet!
After receiving 570+ applications for the local, national and international artist open call, it has just been announced that yétúndé olagbaju is the 2023-2024 recipient.
trầnsfiguration will be accompanied by a series of public programs taking place throughout the Bay Area under 500 Capp Street’s Shifting Possessions salon series, co-presented with Headlands Center for the Arts, California College of the Arts, and (/) Slash.
500 Capp Street in San Francisco is thrilled to announce our 2023 Collection and Archive Fellows as Alexander An-Tai Hwang, and Lesdi C. Goussen Robleto.
THE CONDITION WHERE ART WOULD DISAPPEAR brings out some of David Ireland’s most iconic works to explore questions surrounding what artists confront when deep in studio work.
1930 – 2009
American artist David Ireland is admired internationally for a diverse body of work concerned with the beauty inherent in everyday things and the making of art as a part of daily life.
The David Ireland House
David Ireland’s residence at 500 Capp Street in San Francisco’s Mission District is widely considered the centerpiece of his prolific career.