Water is Thicker Than Blood, a new exhibition curated by Rachel Poonsiriwong, explores pathways to healing and coming-to-terms with inter-generational and familial traumas through the power of visual storytelling.
Join us this November for Weave, Bundle, Cut and Layer: Artists with Material Instincts, curated by Lisa McCutcheon.
Featuring hundreds of artworks by emerging and established Bay Area artists, there’s something for first time buyers and seasoned collectors alike! Join us in the gallery and online to experience the artworks of our 20th Annual Auction.
Join Root Division this June for A Joy Unexpected, curated by Root Division’s inaugural Curatorial Fellow, Tavarus Blackmon. This artist-centered exhibition grew from an in-depth curatorial exploration during a year of social-distancing. Through virtual studio visits, online roundtables, and careful collaborations, curator Tavarus Blackmon has brought together a dynamic group of 15 artists ruminating on the hard-working propensity of creatives to make joyful adaptations in times of uncertainty. This rich multimedia exhibition features installations, video work, sculpture, and painting as well as pre-recorded artist interviews, performances, and a panel discussion.
Presented in conjunction with TASTE 2021: Sip+Sense, Root Division’s annual culinary event, Spell of the Senses will feature artists whose work focuses on the activation of one or more of the five major physical inputs: touch, sight, sound, smell, and taste. Senses act as the first layer of perception and connection to our environment and to one another. Works presented will include a range of materiality and sensory activations to re-imagine the senses as they inform how we understand our own realities.