San Francisco is known for its growing and ever-changing art scene. Union Square boasts a variety of art galleries featuring traditional art, fine art photography, paintings, prints, sculpture, glass, vintage art and more.
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Initially founded in 1991 near Atlantic City, NJ before moving to its present San Francisco location in 2008, Adler & Co. Gallery is proud to offer an extraordinarily exciting selection of modern and contemporary art by both masters and accomplished mid career artists.
The Artists Guild of San Francisco (AGSF) was founded in 1961 by a group of urban artists who wanted to exhibit their work independently in outdoor sites across the city of San Francisco. AGSF sponsors weekend art exhibitions in San Francisco city parks such as Union Square, Maiden Lane, Huntington Park, and the Music Concourse in Golden Gate Park.
The Bond Latin Gallery specializes in Latin masters and contemporary Latin art. Established in 1985 by Robert and Vivien McDonald, Bond Latin Gallery is one of the leading galleries in the United States dealing and promoting Latin-American art.
Founded by Oliver Caldwell and Susan Snyder in San Francisco in 1983, Caldwell Snyder Gallery has grown from its early roots in an industrial space in the South of Market district to a contemporary gallery with international reach, representing a roster of over 50 artists from the U.S., Europe, and Latin America, with a focus on innovative painting and sculpture.
Christopher-Clark Fine Art gallery is located in San Francisco's historic Union Square and features an impressive collection of paintings, drawings and original art prints by historically important artists ranging from Rembrandt to Picasso.
CK Contemporary is situated in San Francisco’s historic Union Square district where it promotes its roster of noteworthy American and European contemporary artists. We are pleased to offer a collection of original paintings that is on the leading edge of today’s art scene.
Established by Lisa Dolby Chadwick in San Francisco in 1997, Dolby Chadwick Gallery represents an international roster of emerging and mid-career artists working in traditional and hybrid media, including oil painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, and photography. The Gallery seeks to exhibit articulate, visceral, and provocative new work, and to support its artists in the development of their creative processes and visions.
Established in 2002, Elins Eagles-Smith Gallery is directed by Mel Elins and Kim Eagles-Smith, both recognized fine art dealers in San Francisco for over twenty years. With more than three thousand feet of exhibition space as well as annual participation in various international art fairs, our primary focus is the representation of recent work by emerging and established contemporary artists.