to Mar 29

Atlas of Decivilization

Opening Reception: Sat. 3.3.18 5-8pm

Closing Reception: Thurs. 3.29.18 3-5pm

Additional programmed TBA

Geography of Hope Conference presents

Atlas of Decivilization 

Curated by Isis Hockenos

WORK BY: Asya Abdrahman • Ashley Eva Brock • Peter Calderwood • Charlie Callahan • Kat Geng • Lena Gustafson • Wyatt Hersey • Tania Houtzager • Alexis Joseph • Holen Sabrina Kahn • Marie-Luise Klotz • Meryl Pataky • Rachel Pozivenec • Claire Rabkin • Sierra Reading • Soen Settanni • Nicole Shaffer • James Lewis Tucker • Jon Levy-Warren • Xander Weaver-Scull • Morgan Williams

The theme of this year’s Geography of Hope Conference,  Finding Resiliency in Nature in Perilous Times is visually explored through Atlas of Decivilization - a show made up of twenty contemporary artists all of whose work goes beyond depiction, beyond bearing witness. Each of these artists turns to their environment as a source of resiliency and force. Humanity is in a state of detachment from the rest of the natural world. These artists are chipping away at our human condition to rediscover the reciprocal ways by which humans find resiliency through nature. In order to recover our natural form, humans must draw from our environment, from the elements. Our resilience is our strongest tool and most powerful weapon. 

Toby's Gallery & Sites around Pt. Reyes Station 

11250 Hwy. 1

Pt. Reyes Station, CA 94956

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to Apr 9

Rhizosphere: Celebrating West Marin's Artists & Creative Legacy from 1960-today

Opening Reception: Friday March 24 6-9pm

West Marin Fair: Saturday April 1 1-10pm

Artist Talks: Friday April 7 6-9pm

For a behind the scenes peek into the artists' studios and to preview the work follow the show on Instagram @rhizosphere_exhibition 

The Midway Gallery 

900 Marin St. 

San Francisco, CA 94124

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6:00 AM06:00

Unusual Business | an Art Show & Fundraiser

Join us for the opening night party of Gravel & Gold's art show & fundraiser on February 10th 2017 6-9PM

Featuring work from: 

Rachel Kaye
Carissa Potter
Isis Hockenos
Chelsea Wong
Sofia Nohlin
Robbie Simon
Lea Carey
Daren Wilson
Alise Anderson
Justin Hager
Stuart Pitman
Terri Loewenthal
Nathaniel Russell

with a performance from Sad Vicious - "San Jose's most hated band"

and wines provided by Neighbourhood Vineyards

Proceeds from art sold goes to the cause of your choice from our selected list :


Planned Parenthood

Border Angels

Stand With Standing Rock


Gravel & Gold
3266 21st St. S.F

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to Jan 22

Gallery Route One | She Said She Said

Gallery Route One Annex

11101 Highway One

Pt. Reyes Station, CA 94956

Reception Sunday December 18th 3-5pm

Artist Salon and closing January 22nd

Press Release: GRO is pleased to present She Said She Said, a solo exhibition by San Francisco based artist and West Marin native Isis Hockenos. These six oil paintings depict female or androgynous forms in acts of task or in repose but doing each with an air of resignation or complacency. Also included in the show are hundreds of miniature female figures installed on the ceiling of the gallery and reflected up to the viewer by mirrors installed on the gallery floor. The viewer gazes down into myriad tiny faces staring up.

She Said She Said combines physical reality with an illusory world that exists only within the perception of the viewer. The reflected figures seen in the mirrors echo the figures depicted in the paintings; the silent, unacknowledged, incidental work of being present. In one painting a figure balanced on a boat sitting in a placid river reaches up to tend a net or shroud. In another, three figures go about seemingly innocent yard work although the title, Bury the Body, hints at a grimmer narrative. Modernity is strung between the ubiquitous technology sector and a revived interest in handwork. She Said She Said asks us if, in the future, might “work” be performed only by machines while humans perform “labor” as a form of leisure? Will craftsmanship be valued only for its aesthetic qualities and not for its usefulness?

Isis Hockenos (American, b. 1986) received her BA from Sarah Lawrence College, NY and studied printmaking at Fondazione Il Bisonte in Florence, Italy. Hockenos is currently a Young Artist Fellow at Gallery Route One, Pt. Reyes Station and a Resident Artist at The Midway, San Francisco. Hockenos has exhibited locally and internationally including at Vorres Gallery, San Francisco, Sandra Lee Gallery, San Francisco, Sagan Piechota Architecture, San Francisco, Orange County Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Ana, and at Galleri Oxholm, Copenhagen, DK. 

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to Feb 4


Famous in Bushwick from NYC invades SF with a FAMOUS IN THE BAY party at Monroe SF from 9-2am. Wepa NYC is bringing you a party that combines art, music & fashion into one creative experience. Local SF artists/designers and Famous in Bushwick's resident artist ClockWork Cros will be showing their work. The music will be curated by two prominent New York DJ's, Dyllemma and The Gent, with the addition of Bay Area DJ Drea Faux Real. Come and enjoy the party! 


Wed. Feb. 3rd 9-2am

Monroe SF

473 Broadway St. 

San Francisco, CA


Tickets are $5 in advance or at the door.

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