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SLATE contemporary

473 25th St, Suite A, Oakland
Thursday - Saturday: 12 - 5pm, First Fridays: 12 - 9pm, by appointment




ANGELA JOHAL: PAINTING @ The Clorox Building
Mar 29-Jun 26
Featuring paintings by SLATE artist Angela Johal @ 1221 Broadway, Oakland, CA

URBAN PHOTOGRAPHY @ 101 Second Street
Apr 11-Jul 09
Featuring photography by SLATE artists Carol Inez Charney, Richard Koci Hernandez, and John Watson @ 101 Second Street, San Francisco, CA.

PATTERNS IN NATURE @ San Ramon Valley Conference Center
Apr 13-Jul 12
Featuring artwork by SLATE artist Danielle Eubank and guest artists Elizabeth Geisler, Jenifer Banzaca, Dana Forsberg, and Scott Idleman @ San Ramon Valley Conference Center, 3301 Crow Canyon Rd, San Ramon, CA.

The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe: 2018 Summer Collection
Apr 25-Nov 02
SLATE is pleased to announce the Summer Collection at The Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe. Works in this exhibition were selected to compliment the interior architecture and mountain resort lifestyle with both landscape and nature-inspired abstract paintings and photographs. All works are for sale.

Spring Collection
May 03-Jun 30
SLATE contemporary is pleased to present fresh works from Maria Burtis, Amy Donaldson, Elise Morris, Helen Steele, and Brenda Zappitell. With the transition of winter to spring, we welcome the SLATE Spring Collection: A carefully curated selection of abstract expressionistic paintings whose creators look to elements of the natural world to inspire them. Through the use of space, color and gesture, these artists attempt to evoke an emotional and somatic response from their viewers.

Gail Ragains: PAINTING | Peter Dreyfuss: SCULPTURE @ 555 City Center
May 31-Aug 29
Featuring abstract figurative paintings by SLATE artist Gail Ragains and sculptures by Peter Dreyfuss @ 555 12th St, Oakland, CA.

Jun 26-Sep 18
Featuring paintings by SLATE artist Michele de la Menardiere @ 1221 Broadway, Oakland, CA

Jul 05-Sep 01
SLATE contemporary gallery presents an edgy three-person exhibition, MIXED, featuring three mixed-media artists. Mixing found paper and paint on panel, Michael Cutlip creates abstract compositions that highlight the juxtaposition of color, form, and texture. David Fredrik Moussallem’s mixed-media works blend chaos and harmony, all while expressing different “stories from the streets” as he incorporates photographs of graffiti and physical remnants of street posters into his pieces. Andrzej Michael Karwacki cuts up paintings on panel, recombining them into a new compositions and adds further dimension to the process by including strips of collages made from newspapers and magazines.