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111 Minna Gallery

Critics' choice

Smartly morphing into a happening hotspot most nights, 111 Minna is a laid-back urban hangout that features great art, drinking, dancing and a monthly indie...

111 Minna Street

Adobe Books


It may look like a used book store - which it is - but in the back of Adobe lies a tiny yet influential gallery run by a collective of Mission artists....

3166 16th Street

Andrea Schwartz Gallery


This large space is aggressively modern, with steel girders, concrete floors and two walls of plate glass. The work is equally contemporary, featuring...

525 2nd Street

Art Exchange


The Art Exchange specialises in secondary market art, meaning that it handles the resale of artworks from private collections. The gallery is wide open,...

4th floor

Asian Art Museum

Critics' choice
Art, Museums

This popular museum has one of the world's most comprehensive collections of Asian art, spanning 6,000 years of Asian history and with more than 15,000...

200 Larkin Street

Berkeley Art Museum

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Art, Museums

Opened in 1970, this dramatic exhibition space is arranged in terraces so visitors can see the works from various vantage points. The collection's strength...

2626 Bancroft Way



Founded in the early 1960s, Braunstein/Quay made its reputation promoting Bay Area talents and launching several influential artists, among them the late...

430 Clementina Street

Bucheon Gallery


Committed to the contemporary, Bucheon puts its mid-sized space to the task of representing a diverse group of artists and challenging visitors' assumptions...

389 Grove Street

California Palace of the Legion of Honor

Art, Museums

Built as a memorial to the Californians who died in World War I, and set in a wooded spot overlooking the Pacific Ocean, the Palace of the Legion of Honor...

Lincoln Park

Cartoon Art Museum

Art, Museums

The camera that was used to create the first animation for television (called Crusader Rabbit and produced from 1949 to 1951) graces the lobby of this...

655 Mission Street

Catherine Clark Gallery


Clark has a keen eye for modern art with legs: many works by her stable of sculptors, painters and mixed-media artists walk straight into regional museums....

150 Minna Street

Creativity Explored


The gallery at this non-profit space features the art of developmentally disabled artists who create, exhibit and sell their work on the premises. Be...

3245 16th Street

Crown Point Press


Crown Point is the world's leading publisher of etchings. Richard Tuttle, Laura Owens and other established artists work in print studios on the premises;...

20 Hawthorne Street

Dolby Chadwick


Don't be intimidated by the creaky ride up in the old lift; this gallery couldn't be friendlier. Tall windows frame a view as compelling as the art. There...

Suite 205

Eleanor Harwood Gallery


The Eleanor Harwood Gallery, established in 2006 by one of the former curators at Adobe Books, is devoted to young locals such as Spencer Mack, Alison...

1295 Alabama Street
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