Hashimoto Contemporary is heading over to Art Market San Francisco this weekend with a stellar lineup of contemporary artists, including Laura Berger, Kim Cogan, Mark Drew, Jeremy Fish, Peter Gronquist, Sean Newport and Joel Daniel Phillips. 

Laura Berger is a contemporary artist living and working in
Chicago. She is inspired by rituals, symbols, nature, dreams, travel, our quest for self-development and freedom and how we piece things together to create personal meaning and a sense of belonging to the greater whole.

San Francisco based artist Kim Cogan is an award winning artist who has exhibited nationwide. His work has appeared in ARTnews Magazine, the San Francisco Chronicle, American Arts Quarterly, Harper’s Magazine, Playboy and American Art Collector Magazine.

Mark Drew is an Australian artist based in Tokyo since 2009 and co-founder of China Heights gallery in Sydney, Australia. His artwork revolves around pop culture references, 90s rap samples and the visual side of music.

Jeremy Fish is a San Francisco based artist and illustrator. He created the Haight Street Bronze Bunny statue in 2016 which is the largest crowd funded public bronze statue in California. In 2015, Mayor Ed Lee officially declared November 19th as ‘Jeremy Fish Day’ in the City of San Francisco.

Peter Gronquist is an American multidisciplinary artist based in Portland, Oregon, where he draws much inspiration from the Pacific Northwest. Gronquist explores emotion through the use of color and channels themes of impermanence, excess and escapism.

San Francisco based artist Sean Newport’s work deals with the perceived notions of reality and the idea of creating a digital aesthetic through analog processes. He is one of the original creators of Engine Works, an artist collective founded in 2010.

Joel Daniel Phillips is an American artist whose work focuses on the tenets of classical draftsmanship employed in monumental formats. Inspired by the depth and breadth of human experience, he strives to tell the personal and societal histories etched in the faces of those around him.