Exhibitions at James Nicholson Gallery
James Nicholson Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of large-scale color photography and video by German artist Nathalie Grenzhaeuser. The exhibition will open on February 27, 2004 and continue through March 27, 2004. The opening reception will take place at the gallery on Thursday, March 4, from 5:30-7:30 pm.
For this exhibition, Nathalie Grenzhaeuser will present her most recent series Omaha Beach. With this series, Grenzhaeuser explores an oft-visited theme in her work: the intersec… more
Markus Wetzel positions himself at the intersection of art and technology. A recurring theme in his work is the idea of an island envisioned as a paradise in which to work and live. To express his yearning for escape, Wetzel fabricates islands and seascapes out of wall-size computer-generated prints, video, and sculpture. Unable to find an idealized paradise in nature, Wetzel instead constructs his landscapes entirely in the computer using a 3-D modeling program.
For this exhibition, Wetzel wil… more
James Nicholson Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of new large-scale color photographs by German artist Thomas Wrede. The exhibition will open on November 6, 2003 and continue through December 20, 2003. The opening reception will take place at the gallery on Thursday, November 6
from 5:30-7:30 pm.
Thomas Wrede’s primary interest is the search for sanctuary within an environment overrun by manmade structures. Wrede’s visually spellbinding, multilayered photographs make visible a y… more
James Nicholson Gallery, a contemporary art gallery in San Francisco, today opened its doors to the public with an opening exhibition featuring work from the gallery’s group of acclaimed international and American artists. James Nicholson Gallery features artists working in the mediums of photography, video, and computer-rendered art, and has a full schedule of exhibitions arranged for the rest of 2003 and throughout 2004.
Located at 49 Geary Street in downtown San Francisco, James Nicholson … more