Opening tonight is Graham Gillmore’s first solo exhibition at Gallery 16, San Francisco. Gillmore is a Canadian painter and is known for his text based works that involve a lot of laborious techniques using resign, which he then carves into exposing the layers beneath, playing with depth and the materiality of his chosen medium. His paintings can be found in private, corporate and public collections around the world, including The Museum Of Modern Art in New York City, The Ghent Museum, Belgium, the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, Toronto.
Gallery 16 is also a great destination for you print fans, for they are known for their publishing endeavors releasing numerous monographs and book projects. They also run Urban Digital Printing out of their space, which has become the go to destination for high quality digital printing as well as experimental digital printing techniques. Gallery 16 has grown to become a staple location in San Francisco for their services and exhibitions. Find time to look through the books they have published as well as ask about their printing services, and exhibitions program.