The Image Flow’s gallery showcases photography exhibitions with opening receptions several times a year. Looking to become a collector and buy photography? Our rotating exhibits are a great place to acquire prints and fine art photography for sale.
Focus On Visibility: Artist in Residence Exhibition
March 30 – May 17, 2019
Opening Reception: March 30, 2019, from 7–9PM
The Image Flow proudly presents Focus On Visibility: Artist in Residence Exhibition, a two-person exhibition featuring the work of Francis Baker and Sarah Rose Weitzman both California artists working with historical and analog photographic processes.
Francis Baker’s large scale original artworks are created using the historical gum bichromate process. Each image is one-of-a-kind due to the nature of working with gum bichromate printing—mixing emulsions, coating panels by hand, and hand-embellishing each piece. Francis’ work focuses on issues of social injustice and inequity and brings visibility to the Bay Area’s homeless population.
Sarah Rose Weitzman displays experimental darkroom photograms using traditional silver gelatin printing. Sarah’s work focuses on the idea of “revealing the invisible” by exploring her personal experience living with a disability that is not immediately visible: being born hard-of-hearing and eventually becoming deaf.
Both Francis and Sarah are San Francisco Bay Area artists and were the recipients of The Image Flow’s 2018 Artist in Residence (AIR) Program. The AIR Program was established with the goal of providing our equipment and resources to assist photographic artists with the creation of their personal work.
This exhibition is curated from the resulting work created during their residencies.
Come celebrate Francis and Sarah’s unique collection of work and meet the artists at our opening reception on Saturday, March 30, 2019, from 7–9PM.
RSVP catering will be serving light appetizers and wine.
On view through May 17.
James Clift: Theatres Off Market
January – June, 2019
The open spaces and sidewalks of downtown San Francisco are the stage. The architectural grandeur of its buildings frame the set. Amidst the congestion and chaos, unknowing characters step into the spotlight, into my scene. – James Clift