March 2016

Anglim Gilbert Gallery, its staff and artists are pleased to announce the opening of a new exhibition venue at Minnesota Street Project in San Francisco's historic Dogpatch district. Joining an innovative complex of galleries, nonprofits and artist studios, Anglim Gilbert Gallery will open an additional space providing greater outreach to a growing Bay Area artistic community.

Paule Anglim began her gallery and its program in San Francisco's North Beach area before moving Gallery Paule Anglim to its current location downtown in 1982. Continuing this central presence a few blocks away from SFMOMA, Anglim Gilbert Gallery will expand its program south to a second location at Minnesota Street Project, close to the California College of the Arts campus, the San Francisco Art Institute's graduate studios and an expanding neighborhood of younger galleries and artists' studios.

The gallery's first exhibition at Minnesota Street Project will be a solo presentation by Enrique Chagoya.  The renowned San Francisco painter, printmaker and political satirist will exhibit paintings and a new codex work based on the pictogram books of the pre-Columbian cultures of present-day Mexico. Follow the links below for more information.

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