Highlights & Permanent Collection
At 836M we have been sharing entertaining, energizing, and inspiring thought-provoking ideas since 2014. Surrounding ourselves with beauty makes us happier, and we love discovering things that surprise us. as well. We admire people who go beyond themselves and push boundaries.
As we seek out exceptional living artists with stellar works, we also strive to discover "coup de coeur" projects. And we strongly believe that by experiencing the arts together, we can share ideas, create a community, and broaden our social awareness.
Throughout the year, we offer a carefully curated selection of art, documentaries, and street art, as well as host conversations and events for private and public audiences alike in a warm and inviting contemporary space.
836M is an innovative non-profit gallery that combines artistic excellence with philantropic impact. We pair renowned artists and evocative themes to enthrall and inspire those who visit.
836M is an innovative, non-profit gallery that combines artistic excellence with philanthropic impact. The gallery pairs renowned artists and evocative themes to enthrall and inspire those who visit.
836M’s founders believe that by experiencing the arts together, we can share new ideas, create a community and broaden our social awareness. We seek to contribute to the ethos of San Francisco in three distinct forms of artistic expression: a free street-front gallery offering exclusive art to the public, a dedicated space for revolving street artists, and documentary films.
Housed in the middle of vibrant Jackson Square, 836M showcases artists who surpass themselves, push boundaries, and create astonishing art. We offer carefully selected exhibits and events that reflect the global scope of contemporary art and broaden social awareness within and outside the local community.
We want to establish an open context that stimulates thoughts and provokes conversation. We are committed to elevating San Francisco’s diverse interests and audiences in all that we do.
836 Montgomery Street
San Francisco, CA 94133
Gallery access by appointment and open to the public Wednesday and Thursday from 11am to 4pm.