Nob Hill Gazette features Marianne Boesky Exhibition at Gallery 181
We’re thrilled to announce that 181 Fremont has been featured in the latest issue of Nob Hill Gazette, highlighting the current SF pop-up exhibition at Gallery 181. Curated by New York gallerist Marianne Boesky, the exhibition features stunning works by world-renowned artists such as Pier Paolo Calzolari, Nikolai and Simon Haas (aka the Haas Brothers), Sarah Meyohas, and Frank Stella.
Led by art advisor Holly Baxter, 181 Fremont’s art program is among the most innovative and comprehensive ever to exist in a private residential building. In addition to a permanent collection, there are over 200 paintings, sculptures and mixed material works displayed throughout the building. 181 Fremont also hosts world-class exhibitions within residences and at Gallery 181, created to host ongoing pop-up exhibitions and events celebrating art, the performing arts and more.
Viewings are by appointment only. Please contact Holly Baxter, Holly Baxter & Associates, firstname.lastname@example.org, 415.350.5595
About Gallery 181
The highest art gallery in the world, the Gallery 181 art program is directed by Holly Baxter of HBA Art Advisory™. This on-site exhibition space is in a half-floor penthouse 700 feet high and is the crowning glory of 181 Fremont’s acclaimed art program. This space was created to host ongoing pop-up exhibitions and events celebrating art, the performing arts and more. Partners have included renowned galleries Sprueth Magers, Mitchell-Innes & Nash, Blum & Poe, Lehmann Maupin and Nara Roeseler.
Recent exhibitions have included artworks by Jenny Holzer, Cao Fei, Keltie Ferris, Angel Otero, Eddie Martinez, POPE.L, Jessica Stockholder, McArthur Binion, and Teresita Fernandez.
About Marianne Boesky Gallery’s
Since its inception in 1996, Marianne Boesky Gallery’s mission has been to represent and support the work of contemporary international artists of all media. The gallery expanded its flagship location in 2016 to the adjacent space on West 24th Street. This space more than doubles the gallery’s footprint in Chelsea, allowing for ever more ambitious solo and group shows that highlight dynamic narratives and parallels across artist, media, and theme. In 2017, the gallery opened a location in Aspen, CO, presenting rotating exhibitions by both gallery artists and artists invited to present special projects. Marianne Boesky Gallery currently represents over 30 esteemed artists of different generations and backgrounds. These recent expansions highlight the gallery’s ongoing experimentations with space and architecture as well as its continued commitment to the needs and interests of its dynamic roster of artists from around the globe.