Past Projects

Zach Searcy: PHASING STAGES

The Frank-Ratchye Project Space presents Phasing Stages by Root Division Studio Artist Zach Searcy (he/him).

Auction:

For the month of October, the Frank Ratchye Studio Artist Project Space is excited to showcase Root Division’s 23 Studio Artists in celebration of our Annual Art Auction 2022. Read more about these artists and their works here. 

RAQUEL:

The Frank-Ratchye Project Space presents SAGRADO by Root Division Studio Artist RAQUEL (she/her).

Annual Art Auction 2022 Exhibition

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 21st Annual Auction.

Lonnie Taylor: A Practice

The Frank-Ratchye Project Space presents A Practice of Rest and Release by Studio Artist Lonnie Taylor (she/they).

Introductions 2022

Root Division presents Introductions 2022, the 16th iteration of our annual juried exhibition. The Introductions exhibition showcases the talent of twelve emerging artists, highlighting artists without gallery representation in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Aik Brown: Layered Life

The Frank Ratchye Project Space presents Layered Life by Root Division Studio Artist Aik Brown. The artworks in Layered Life are intuitively created using acrylic paint in an abstract graffiti style. The artist joyfully composes colorful botanical scenes, exploring with color and spray paint to create movement, layers, and texture. 

MATRIX

MATRIX, curated by Tracy Ren, centers the collective learning, healing and dreaming of artists who deviate from hegemonic norms. The exhibition is an invitation to these artists to create, heal, nourish themselves and one another, dream of prospective futures, and exhibit their works without descriptive constraints or limitations.

Black Warrior Mentorship Project & Fellowship Exhibition

As part of Root Division’s 20-Year Celebration, this exhibition presents 7 Studios Fellows and features the Black Warrior Mentorship Project, a culminating show from Aambr Newsome, the 2021–22 Bay Area Black Artist Studio Fellow. 

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