“What makes this night so special will be the mix of intellectual exchanges, with a great lineup of speakers, and a fantastic artistic program curated by Burning Man and 836M gallery.”
said Emmanuel Lebrun-Damiens, consul general of France in San Francisco.
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Discussing her upcoming exhibit, Re-Engineering Humanity, at 836m gallery in San Francisco this March, curated by lady Pheonix of Yes Universe, Moghaddam walked us through some of the key components of her practice, reflecting on what this sudden success means for her as an artist with decades of artistic creation behind her.
A juxtaposition of young talents and established artists, the exhibition highlights the vitality of the French artistic scene.
It makes so much sense that the 836M gallery presented PULSIONS. Since 2015, 836M, the gallery created by Julie and Sébastien Lépinard in collaboration with Agnès Faure, is driven by their shared passion for art, their wish to share it and their conviction that art has the ability to bring people together and inspire a positive and innovating change.
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Step into a sharp, creative dialogue between France and California in this roaming pop-up exhibition.
“Despite the flood of water that drowned San Francisco all day, lovers of contemporary art are hurrying to the 836M gallery Wednesday, February 13 to discover the works of eight French artists.”
After Tomorrow 2019+
“It is only fitting that this engaged festival, which reflects on mixed identities, found its way to the innovative non-profit gallery created by French philanthropists Julie and Sébastien Lépinard. “
Launched in Paris by the French government in 2015, Night of Ideas has made the rounds through 120 international cities, with domestic stops this year in Los Angeles, Houston, and New York as well as SF. If it holds even a candle to last year's event in NYC—a friend on the East Coast told us he was "amazed by how many people came out and by how high and complex the levels of curiosity and involvement were—it felt like there was a real hunger for that kind of public conversation"—then Saturday's night sold-out event—co-produced by the local French Consulate, SFPL, and SFMOMA—promises to be scintillating.
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The itinerary festival makes its second stop in Santa Cruz's Museum of Arts and History. This temporary exhibition is curated by artist Kalie Granier and organized thanks to the support of Alliance Française Silicon Valley, the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the United States, Santa Cruz Museum of Arts and History, 836M and Pro Arts Gallery.
The whole thing takes place over six months, in two phases but Lady PheOnix did not want to lift the veil on phase 2. We only know that it will focus on on computational works made with artificial intelligence.
The 836M gallery is a gallery like no other, since it is for philanthropic purposes.
Thanks to Julie and Seb Lépinard for this exhibition which once again, allows us to think outside the box.
My work is currently on view at 836M Gallery in San Francisco as part of Re-Engineering Humanity curated by Lady Ph0enix of @YesUniverse.art till May, and I will be collaborating with Neural Nets and AI for an AI Art exhibition also at 836m Gallery and art foundation this June.
Re-Engineering Humanity @836M, a group exhibition Lady PheOnix organized, includes works that use technology as a lens to explore a number of hot-button contemporary issues, including fake news, gun violence, immigration and religious freedom.
For The Community - 836M was founded by art lovers, for art lovers. The idea of this non-profit space is about making the art world more accessible and enjoyable for the local community, bringing people together and letting them see, explore, enjoy, and experience art in many forms from some amazing artists. While so many galleries seem to be focused on either directly or indirectly making art less accessible, the whole concept of 836M is to open the doors of the art world to all who are interested through lots of public events and exhibitions all through the year.
Dr. Leslea Hlusko’s take on “Find Yourself” with Elisabeth Daynes
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The science of human evolution reveals useful and positive insight for humanity’s future. But in a culture where science is held at arms’ length and viewed with distaste, how do we share the benefits of the science with our larger community?
Art. Science needs art.
Exhibiting at 836M, for her first solo exhibition in the United States, Elisabeth Daynes is sharing a unique body of work that channels post-humanity and inspires us to question what it means to be human.
Creative Growth works closely with the Diane Rosenstein Gallery in Los Angeles, and the Andrew EdlinGallery in New York as well as other galleries and museums in the US. Locally, in San Francisco, the 836M Gallery worked with them last year and MAC (Modern Appealing Clothing) started and run by Chris and Ben Ospital, one of the most respected clothing stores in the city, has long been a supporter, contributing and showcasing work in their store.
Carpenters Workshop in London is currently showing bronze work by Vincent Dubourg, Andrea Branzi, a pop-up installation in San Francisco collaboration with the gallery 836M and Maarten Baas new exhibition in Paris is replacing “The graduate(s)” European Design Talent selected by Lidewij Edelkoort.
Through-LINES: The Art of Ballet @836M September 20, 2018 - January 17, 2019, Gallery 835M, San Francisco Gallery 836M, located in San Francisco's historic Jackson Square neighborhood, presents Through-LINES: The Art of Ballet, a new exhibition honoring the art of ballet as a contemporary, multimedia, living art form. This collaborative exhibition will focus on LINES Ballet's artistic collaborators, and the company's aesthetic evolution over the last 35 years. The show emphasizes the many artists that have contributed to LINES Ballet's remarkable history - from costumes and set design to photography, lighting and soundscapes. Gallery guests will be immersed in the visual, audio and tactical beauty that is LINES Ballet.
A year after Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico, a collective decided to create a dance video using Puerto Rican landscapes as a backdrop.
836M is a cultural and artistic project. Throughout the year, they offer events at 836 Montgomery Street in San Francisco.
In the video you can see a group of dancers dancing in areas of the island that were hit by the hurricane.
The San Francisco pop-up installation of the Carpenters Workshop Gallery, which ends its three-month run on Wednesday, Jan. 17, was at 836M Gallery. That’s a storefront space in a building owned by French venture capitalists Sebastien and Julie Lepinard The two bought the building, said Vanessa Suchar-Marcus, who has been presiding over the pop-up for three months, with the idea of using space for “whatever they love,” art and dance included.
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Julie and Sébastien Lépinard created 836M Gallery in 2015 in collaboration with Agnès Faure, all driven by their passion for art, their wish to share it and their conviction that art has the ability to bring people together and inspire a positive and innovating change.
On Friday, Nov. 4, the Montgomery Street art gallery 836M opens its third show in a series by artists from Oakland’s Creative Growth, an art center/studio/gallery for adults with developmental, mental or physical disabilities. This show includes the drawing “Untitled,” a felt tip pen on paper work by Dan Miller that is in the collection of New York’s MoMa.
The work was created in 2015 at the Matteo Gonnet Glassworks studio in Basel, Switzerland, where Othoniel has worked for twenty years. It was originally designed for the new Hostetter Gallery as part of the exhibition Secret Flower Sculptures at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston, in March 2015. From there it went to San Francisco’s 836M Gallery on Montgomery Street. The MMFA is in the process of acquiring this sculpture, which is the object of a fundraising campaign.
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A restored Bansky stencil dubbed the “Haight Street Rat” has gone on display at 836M, a non-profit gallery in San Francisco. Brian Grief, who raised $10,000 on Kickstarter to restore the dismantled mural, has been unable to find a museum that will accept the work.
On Haight Street you could see Banksy graffiti until recently, and until July 11 you can see the Haight Street Rat (Haight Street Rat) in the 836M Gallery (www.836m.org ), a work that the artist painted in 2010 in a hostel.