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Haines Gallery

Private Gallery
Haines Gallery
49 Geary Street, Suite 540
San Francisco, CA 94108
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tel +1 (0)415 3978114
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Opening hours:
Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa  10:30-17:30

to top Institutions highest ranked artists:
Artist Rank
Weiwei Ai  24
Dennis Oppenheim  207
James Turrell  231
Kota Ezawa  1330
David Nash  1430

to top Artists most exhibited:
Artist Rank
Kota Ezawa  1330 14
David Nash  1430 12
Patsy Krebs  36948 11
Darren Waterston  4779 11
David Simpson  6940 11

to top Institution's artists also shown at:
  Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), USA 30 7
  Greg Kucera Gallery, USA 22 3
  Galerie Scheffel, Germany 22 1
  MoMA PS1, USA 19 5
  Ota Fine Arts, Japan 14 3

Foundation year: 1987
 Art Fairs
The ADAA Art Show (, 16)
The Armory Show The Armory Show (12, 13)
Art Basel Miami Beach Art Basel Miami Beach (05)
Art Chicago (07, 08)
Art Miami Art Miami (07, 08, 15, 16)
Art Platform Los Angeles (11, 12)
ART(212) (06)
artMRKT San Francisco (12, 12)
Expo Chicago (14)
Miami Project (13, 14)
Moving Image - New York (13)
Paris Photo Los Angeles (13)
VOLTAshow VOLTAshow (15, 16)
Weiwei Ai  1957, CN
John Chiara  1971, US
Linda Connor  1944, US
Rob Craigie  1968
Binh Danh  1977, US
Kota Ezawa  1969, DE, US
Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian  1924, IR
Bill Fontana  1947, US
Max Gimblett  1935, NZ
Andy Goldsworthy  1956, UK
Mike Henderson  , US
Patsy Krebs  1940, US
David Maisel  1961, US
Aimé Mpane  1968, CD
David Nash  1945, UK
Dennis Oppenheim  1938-2011, US
Nigel Poor  1963, US
Yoshitomo Saito  1958, JP
Tokihiro Sato  1957, JP
Leslie Shows  1977, US
David Simpson  1928, US
Allison Smith  1972, US
James Turrell  1943, US
Camille Utterback  1970, US
Darren Waterston  1965, US
Xing Danwen  1967, CN
Zhan Wang  1962, CN
 Previous Exhibitions   140
  Solo showChris Mccaw - Time And Tides
  Solo showWon Ju Lim - Casting
  Solo showDarren Waterston - Architectonic Forms
  Solo showMaurizio Anzeri - Recent Work

  Solo showMonir Farmanfarmaian
  Solo showNow & Then - The Work Of David Simpson
  Group showThe Stand-Ins
  Solo showTaha Heydari - Corrupted
  Solo showAi Weiwei - Overrated
  Solo showDavid Maisel - The Fall

  Group showThe Mapmaker's Dream
  Solo showJaume Plensa - Silent Faces
  Group showRob Craigie, Nigel Poor, and Allison Smith - The Collectors
  Solo showMonir Farmanfarmaian - Based on the Hexagon
  Group showGroup Exhibiion
  Group showGoethe's Chamber

  Solo showBinh Danh - This, then, is San Francisco
  Solo showKota Ezawa - The Aesthetics of Silence
  Group showPolitical Fictions
  Solo showNigel Poor in collaboration with the men from San Quentin Prison
  Solo showYoshitomo Saito
  Solo showMike Henderson
  Solo showJohn Chiara - De • Tached
  Group showFundamental Abstraction III

  Solo showMonir Farmanfarmaian - The First Family
  Solo showDavid Maisel - Mining
  Solo showAimé Mpane - A Dual Perspective
  Solo showAllison Smith - Living History
  Solo showDarren Waterston - Ravens and Ruins
  Group showPoetics Of Construction

  Solo showLinda Connor - From Two Worlds
  Solo showBinh Danh - Yosemite
  Solo showRob Craigie - The Expanding Color System
  Solo showDennis Oppenheim - Earthworks and Ground Systems
  Solo showJohn Chiara - Crestmont at Coral
  Solo showPatsy Krebs - New Paintings
  Solo showNigel Poor - Remainders: god, sex and animals talking
  Solo showKota Ezawa - The Curse of Dimensionality
  Solo showTaha Belal - The Atmosphere from before the Step Down Returns to the Square

  Solo showLeslie Shows - Split Array
  Solo showDarren Waterston - Forest Eater
  Group showMonir Farmanfarmaian & Zhan Wang
  Solo showYoshitomo Saito: 1000 Prayers
  Group showScience Of Sight: Alternative Photography
  Solo showDavid Simpson: Nonsense Poems
  Solo showDavid Maisel: History's Shadow
  Solo showZheng Chongbin: Obtrusive / Elusive
  Solo showMax Cole: Terra Firma
  Solo showThe Old Boys' Club: Studies for La Destitution de la Jeune Fille

  Solo showAndy Goldsworthy - Incidental Objects
  Solo showAllison Smith: Pitcher Collection
  Solo showTokihiro Sato: Trees
  Solo showYoungsuk Suh: Wildfires
  Solo showAmy Ellingson: Summer Frieze
  Group show3 + 3
  Solo showAi Weiwei
  Solo showAlan Rath: Handful
  Solo showXing Danwen: A Personal Diary
  Solo showMike Henderson: NOW

  Solo showKatya Bonnenfant: Hortensia Suitcase Delux
  Solo showKota Ezawa: Odessa Staircase Redux
  Solo showJulia Oschatz: ODD ONE OUT
  Solo showAdou: Samalada
  Group showColor and Construct
  Solo showDarren Waterston: Recent Paintings and Works on Paper
  Solo showNigel Poor: The Relative Value of Things
  Group showLandMark
  Solo showBinh Danh: In the Eclipse of Angkor: Tuol Sleng, Choeung EK, and Khmer Temples
  Solo showMax Gimblett: The Midnight Sun

  Solo showBill Fontana: Silent Echoes
  Solo showLinda Connor: Himalayas
  Solo showDavid Nash: New Works
  Solo showZhan Wang: Gold Mountai
  Solo showDavid Maisel: Library of Dust
  Group showMaterial Terrain
  Solo showJaq Chartier: Color Charts
  Group showFundamental Abstraction II
  Solo showPatsy Krebs: Hibernal Dreams
  Solo showYoshitomo Saito: Riprap in Bronze
  Solo showNoah Wilson: Partial Lanscapes
  Solo showZhan Wang
  Solo showTom Mueske
  Solo showDustin Yellin: Permutations

  Solo showWilliam Powhida: A Study For Sofia Coppola's Film 'Powhida'
  Solo showMike Henderson: Branches
  Group showThe Temporal Moving Image
  Solo showLarry Bell: New Work
  Solo showTokihiro Sato: Photo-Respiration
  Group showOn Paper
  Group showLandscape & Memory II
  Solo showDavid Maisel: Oblivion
  Solo showDavid Simpson: Light Wells
  Solo showCandice Plummer Gaudiani: Forty Eight States
  Solo showMax Cole: Paintings from the Autumn…
  Solo showLi Jin: Eat Drink Man Woman

  Group showConsumption Junction
  Group showDirector’s Choice
  Solo showGabrielle Teschner: Everything You Think Is True
  Solo showDavid Klamen: New Work
  Solo showBani Abidi: Shan Pipe Learns the Star-Spangled Banner
  Solo showBinh Danh: Ancestral Altars
  Solo showMike Henderson: Patterns
  Solo showAmy Ellingson: Recent Work
  Solo showNigel Poor: Do You Have 30 Seconds and Can You Get Your Finger Dirty?
  Solo showJoel Sternfeld: Sweet Earth
  Solo showRob Craigie: Wonder
  Solo showKota Ezawa: The History of Photography Remix

  Group showDirector’s Choice: Contemporary Art with Objects from Asia
  Solo showAndy Goldsworthy: Stone Light Drawings
  Solo showAlan Rath: Motion Pictures
  Solo showLi Jin: Eat Drink Man Woman
  Group showAd Infinitum: The Aesthetics of Repetition II
  Solo showDavid Maisel: Terminal Mirage
  Solo showJim Toia: Spore
  Solo showDarren Waterston: Turning Back In
  Solo showJames Turrell: Magnatron
  Solo showMax Gimblett: All Things Wild and Innocent
  Solo showDavid Simpson: Surrealist Landscapes and Other Departures
  Solo showTokihiro Sato: Photographic Light Panels

  Solo showDavid Nash: New Work
  Solo showBinh Danh: Human / Nature
  Solo showYoshitomo Saito: Appalachia Canvas
  Group showUpstarts
  Group showTemporalscape
  Solo showBrad Brown: Landscapes and Mugshots (and Witnesses)
  Solo showPatsy Krebs: New Work
  Solo showMax Cole: Paintings & Drawings
  Solo showDavid Simpson: Metallics

  Solo showKota Ezawa: Who’s Afraid of Black, White & Grey
  Solo showAlan Rath: Run Man Run
  Solo showJames Turrell: The Light Within
  Solo showMike Henderson: Still Wet
  Group showWorks on Paper
  Solo showDavid Klamen: Conflate, Disclose, Erase
  Solo showLinda Connor: Continuum
  Solo showMax Gimblett: True Mirror
  Solo showKelli Yon: After & Before
  Solo showAmy Ellingson: Ec/centric Compositions
  Solo showDarren Waterston: Infatuated River

  Group showLandscape & Memory
Last update: 15 March 2017
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