Maybaum Gallery Opens with Formal Dimension: Inaugural Group Exhibition

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After 14 years as a top San Francisco Bay Area-based art dealer Christina Maybaum is pleased to announce the opening of her eponymous new art venture, Maybaum Gallery at 49 Geary with an inaugural group exhibition of local and national talent.

 

The gallery will represent emerging to established artists whose practices center on painterly and process-driven investigations.

The inaugural group show presents a selection of works from local and national artists: Jeffrey Beauchamp, Paul Bloch, Heather Capen, Monica Delgado, Katina Huston and Karl Klingbiel. 

Formal Dimension will introduce viewers to a group of key artists in the gallery's stable and give an overview of what to expect from the program.


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The gallery opens July 3, 2018 with the current artists exhibits represent the Summer/Fall 2018 and Winter/Spring 2019 programming. The opening reception will be held on July 21, 2018 from5:30-7:30 pm and is open by to the public by RSVP.

After fourteen years as a leading art dealer in the Bay Area, Christina Maybaum will strike out on her own at the iconic contemporary arts hub, 49 Geary.

With a master's degree in art history, theory and criticism from the Art Institute of Chicago, she brings a scholarly context to her curatorial vision.

Over the years, Maybaum has worked closely with her clients to build highly personalized, informed collections to both complement and challenge their entry of engagement. As the Bay Area's culture continues to reinvent itself in innovation, the new gallerist found this to be an ideal time to create an inclusive environment that supports her deep ties with the tech community and the long-standing local arts scene.

Maybaum states: "The vision for my new space is to support the many access points that art so wonderfully offers. I hope that the programming shares my enthusiasm for dynamic investigations in art process, and to continually develop new and inspiring perspectives to engage with art."

The gallery space comprises 2,000 square feet of exhibition space for solo shows as well as additional viewing space for their growing roster of artists. In addition to rotating exhibitions, the gallery provides private art consulting services to meet clients' unique art needs.

About the artists:

Jeffrey Beauchamp b. New Jersey is Bay Area-based painter with a BFA from San Francisco Art Institute. Beauchamp is a contemporary fine artist and teacher using old-school materials like oils, pencil, pen & ink and charcoal to create powerfully sensitive, lush landscapes, figures and portraits.

Paul Bloch b. New York City, currently works in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Bloch has been sculpting without a model since 1974, utilizing the volume of the material and maximizing the limits of the stone.

Heather Capen b. Wayzata, Minnesota is a Bay Area-based painter examining the built environment. Influenced by her education as a landscape architect, Capen contemplates the overlap of history, topography, cultures, and industry that occurs in an urban environment.

Monica Delgado b., Philippines 1979, works in acrylic paint with a sculptural approach. Delgado has exhibited her work in solo and group shows in Manila, Singapore, Istanbul, New York, New Jersey, San Francisco, and Houston.

Katina Huston b. San Francisco is a Bay Area-based artist looking at the interplay of light and its relationship to drawing and generating renderings of everyday objects.

Karl Klingbiel is a New York City-based abstract painter. Utilizing a distinct color palette and frenetic line and dynamic motion, the works challenge the two-dimensional picture plane and illuminate what paint can mean to a flat surface.


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About Maybaum Gallery
Maybaum Gallery is a contemporary art gallery located in the heart of downtown San Francisco. Maybaum Gallery's program is centered around work that is process-based with an emphasis on the artist's hand. Maybaum's roster will be inclusive of artists that have otherwise been under-represented due to age, sex ethnicity or background. 

2018/2019 Exhibition Calendar:

September                 Rebekah Callaghan
October/November    Karl Klingbiel
December                  Belinda Fox, Rakhee Jain
January/February      Jeffrey Beauchamp
March/ April               Andy Curlowe & Karen Smidth

Gallery Information

49 Geary Street, Suite 416
San Francisco, CA 94108

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Phone: 415.658.7669

Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10:30am-5:30pm 

Content courtesy of Maybaum Gallery, Art Direction, Janet Walker

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