Juxtapoz // Friday, March 06, 2015
This Saturday, March 7th Spoke Art will present, “Chromatic Erratics”, a solo show of Santa Cruz-based artist Caia Koopman. After many years of exhibiting in various group shows with the gallery, Caia presents her first solo exhibition at Spoke Art with a brand new body of work.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, February 05, 2015
This Saturday, February 7th Spoke Art will be presenting the PRISMA Collective group show. Following annual exhibitions in San Diego and Los Angeles, the PRISMA collective show embarks on its 3rd year tour, moving up the West Coast to land at our San Francisco gallery on February 7th. Consisting of many exhibiting artists who show with us regularly, this year’s PRISMA show is shaping up to be a dazzling display of fine art painting and illustration from an international roster.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, January 07, 2015
This Saturday, January 10th, 2015, Spoke Art Gallery in San Francisco will be hosting The 4th Annual Supersonic Invitational Group show with brand new artwork from over 60 internationally acclaimed artists.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, December 17, 2014
San Francisco based print artist Chuck Sperry's solo show and retrospective "Muses" at Spoke Art and Hashimoto Contemporary will be closing this Saturday, December 20th. Reigning over the gig poster scene for well over a decade, Chuck has pulled a plethora of ultra rarities from his archives and flat files. The show will be broken up into two parts, with a new body of work consisting of wood panels and paper editions at Spoke Art Gallery and an extensive retrospective on display just a few doors down at Hashimoto Contemporary.
Juxtapoz // Monday, November 17, 2014
Following the incredibly popular exhibitions of years past, Bad Dads continues to grow and progress as a dynamic group exhibition. This year over 80 artists were invited to contribute an original work of art, spanning from paintings to sculptures to limited edition screen prints, all in tribute to one the world’s most noteworthy filmmakers. The exhibition ends this Saturday, November 22nd.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 07, 2014
This last weekend Spoke Art in San Francisco opened the debut solo show of Maryland-based print artist Joshua Budich. Entitled "Otaku Obscura" the exhibit is a colossal tribute to the some of the greatest Japanese animated films of all time. Working within the constraints of six notable titles: Akira, My Neighbor Totoro, Neon Genesis Evangelion, Ghost in the Shell, Princess Mononoke, and Cowboy Bebop...
Juxtapoz // Friday, August 01, 2014
This Saturday, August 2nd, Spoke Art will present the latest solo show by Bay Area artist Matt Ritchie aka Matt136. Titled “Confero” the show is a collection of small hand cut wood pieces individually painted and assembled to create larger inclusive combinations. Matt’s new body of work pays homage to a plethora of cultural interests and subjects from the artist’s past.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, May 29, 2014
This Saturday, May 31st, Spoke Art will present Femme Fatale, the debut solo from Australian based screen-print artist Rhys Cooper. With a brand new body of work, Rhys embarks on a portrait series of influential women from the world of popular culture. His ‘femme fatales’ come from all over, from childhood stories to comic books, these women are iconic in one prolific way or another...
Juxtapoz // Saturday, April 05, 2014
Spoke Art is pleased to present GOLD, a solo show of new paintings by San Francisco based artist Serge Gay Jr. Following his successful solo exhibition last year at Spoke Art, Serge braves a new series of work that explores the symbolic exchange of two very different mediums, art and music...
Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 13, 2014
Die hard fan of David Lynch? Go check out the show, In Dreams at Spoke Art Gallery in San Francisco from March 8th-29h, 2014. All artwork is created by a variety of artists as tribute to Lynch’s legacy. Take an exotic ride through his films as each piece takes a different approach displaying your favorite characters and tropes, some, transformed to be more eccentric than Lynch intended.