Tuesday, August 13, 2019

FOR THE SINISTER (Version 3) | Matthew Flegle























Matthew Flegle | FOR THE SINISTER (Version 3)

On View August 2019
Right Window
992 Valencia Street
San Francisco, CA 94110

Opening Reception and Viewing
Thursday, August 15, 7-9 PM
At Artist's Television Access, 992 Valencia

Friday, July 5, 2019

Caitlyn Galloway and Bernadette Mayer



























July 2019 | Projects by Caitlyn Galloway and Bernadette Mayer | Reading with Norma Cole, Rod Roland, Sara Larsen, Jason Morris, and Caitlyn Galloway


Right Window presents 2 shows in the month of July, curated by Colter Jacobsen:

from July 2nd-15th

Caitlyn Galloway

 & from July 17th-30th

Ode to a Galaxy

A poem by Bernadette Mayer installed by Colter Jacobsen

To celebrate the transition between shows, please come to the opening on:

July 15th 

6-9pm. 

reading at 7pm sharp

Poets read from the poems of Bernadette Mayer-

Norma Cole
Rod Roland
Sara Larsen
Jason Morris

followed by a talk about the city, Dahlias Live Among Us, by Caitlyn Galloway.

location:

Right Window (ATA)
992 Valencia Street
(between 20th & 21st)
San Francisco

p.s. I'd like to give a resounding shout out, community embrace, and a campfire sing-a-long version of Kylie Minogue's Can't Get You Out of My Head for the inimitable genius (guardian angel) Kevin Killian, one of the founders and forever member of Right Window ("the best gallery in San Francisco"- K.K.). You will be missed, though you'll Always and Forever be in our heads. (Colter Jacobsen)

Friday, May 3, 2019

MY MOTHER'S FONT | Vero Majano



MY MOTHER'S FONT | Vero Majano

An installation of handmade flyers collected over many years in the Mission for Se Renta Un Cuarto.

Organized by Tanya Hollis

On view through May 2019

Opening: Sunday, May 5th, 2019, 2-5pm

Artist’s Television Access 

992 Valencia Street, San Francisco

 

 

Thursday, April 11, 2019

Alan W. Bernheimer | Reflectographs | April 2-27, reception April 14, 1-4


Alan W. Bernheimer: Reflectographs



April 2-April 27
Gallery reception on Sunday, April 14 from 1-4
Right Window Gallery, 992 Valencia St., SF, CA

Right Window Gallery will host the first West Coast exhibit of Alan W. Bernheimer's Reflectographs, rare and unique photographic images created without a camera. 


Starting in the 1960s, Bernheimer (1913-2006) produced an innovative body of photographic work that he called Reflectographs, made by reflecting light directly onto photosensitive paper, with the polished reflector acting as an imperfect lens, focusing and distorting the light to produce intricately textured shapes and patterns ranging from abstract to suggestive.

Bernheimer was professor of microbiology at the NYU School of Medicine, where his research focused on the structure and mechanisms of bacterial toxins. During the Second World War he developed a vaccine against gas gangrene. His Reflectographs were exhibited in galleries in New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Massachusetts, and featured in Leonardo, 35mm Photography, and the Encyclopedia of Photography.

For more, see reflectograph.com.

Image © Alan Bernheimer

Thursday, March 7, 2019

/ right window writer in residence // Suzanne Stein

 
















right window writer in residence //
Suzanne Stein
DIALOGUES

with: Stefani Barber, Kristen Gallagher, Claudia La Rocco, Trisha Low, Kate Robinson, Anne Lesley Selcer, & Syd Staiti

March 4 – March 31
Closing party Sunday, March 31, 3–6pm

I will be “in residence”, working in the Right Window window, some of the mornings, most of the afternoons, and some of the evenings all through March. The DIALOGUES will take place throughout the month. Times and dates will not be announced; however, passers-by on Valencia Street will be able to watch our interactions, and read our written exchanges, as they happen, when they happen. Please pass by, and come to the closing party the afternoon of Sunday, March 31, to see some of the results of our time together.

Organized by Norma Cole

Right Window Gallery and Exhibition Space
992 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA




Saturday, February 16, 2019

BLACK FLAG IN THE DESERT OF A FUTURE OCEAN | Erik Bakke

































Erik Bakke | BLACK FLAG IN THE DESERT OF A FUTURE OCEAN

Organized by Kevin Killian

On view February 2019
Right Window Exhibition and Gallery Space
992 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA 94110

OPENING RECEPTION AND VIEWING:
Sunday, February 17, 2019, 12:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Artist's talk at 2:00 PM and again at 6:00 PM.
Refreshments will be served.