Traywick Contemporary is pleased to announce our participation in Untitled Miami, an international, curated fair that will feature a unique roster of established galleries, innovative artist-run exhibition spaces and non-profit organizations. Now in its 8th year, the fair will take place December 4 – 8, 2019, at Lummus Park in South Beach, Miami. For Untitled […]

Adia Millett: Infinite Edges

Adia Millett Hot and Cold, 2019

Traywick Contemporary proudly announces Infinite Edges, our first solo exhibition with Oakland artist Adia Millett. Following the close of Breaking Patterns, her critically acclaimed, one-person show at the California African American Museum in Los Angeles, the new exhibition will speak to her cross-disciplinary practice which includes quilt-making, painting, drawing, photography, collage and sculpture. Weaving African […]

She was moving, even when she stood still

Patte Loper Yaddo Protest Garden: Green New Deal, 2019

Traywick Contemporary is pleased to announce She was moving, even when she stood still, an exhibition exploring the extensive influence of female vision and thought. From ground-breaking scientists to insightful family members, prominent artists to commanding writers, this exhibition gives voice to the inspirational and often unsung heroes behind a range of current art approaches. […]

Stas Orlovski: обjект

Traywick Contemporary proudly announces обjект, a solo exhibition with Los Angeles-based artist Stas Orlovski. Accompanying the show will be an illustrated catalog with an essay by Los Angeles art critic and curator Shana Nys Dambrot, and a commissioned poem by Claressinka Anderson. Incorporating a variety of imagery from diverse sources such as Japanese woodblock prints, […]

Steuart Pittman: Lake

Traywick Contemporary is pleased to announce Lake, a solo exhibition featuring new paintings by Bay Area artist Steuart Pittman. Pittman sees painting as an extension of experience. In his practice, this takes shape as meditations on a few core ideas that recur through an ongoing vocabulary of elemental forms. Many of the shapes that populate […]

David Fought: Curvilinearity

Traywick Contemporary is pleased to announce Curvilinearity, a solo exhibition featuring new sculpture by Bay Area artist David Fought. The abstract sculptures Fought makes from unassuming materials—construction plaster and repurposed metal rods—are the result of a formal and intuitive discovery of form. Equally important to his labor-intensive practice is the expressive properties of these materials, […]

Ebitenyefa Baralaye: No Lie

Ebitenyefa Baralaye Dupp Dup, 2016

Traywick Contemporary is pleased to announce No Lie, a solo exhibition of sculptural works by Bay Area artist Ebitenyefa Baralaye in his first show with the gallery. Baralaye’s sculptures are formal in approach and rooted in his personal narrative of migration from Nigeria through the Caribbean to the United States, where he has spent much […]

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