A selection of events across all projects, subjects and spaces.

Whatever's for lunch is fine., Will Thomson

November 8th —April 1st, 2020

Will's first solo-exhibition in the US was comprised of painting, photography and installations with a common reflective value. The exhibition also marked Will's first with Problem Library, and served as a re-opening of the space at 1288 15th Ave.

Art Market San Francisco Booth #111

April 25th —April 28th, 2019

For Art Market 2019 we exhibited paintings by Will Thomson and Catherine Ko Chen, a Resonance Mapping installation by Blake Conway, and materials about our current projects.

After Decay, Erin Miller

April 19th, 2019

Before beginning renovations of our space at 1288 15th Ave, we invited Erin Miller to create a floral installation from foraged to picked flowers and plants. After Decay shone light on the ruinous cycles of life, while pointing towards a deep appreciation for embracing decay as the soil of a brighter future.

302 Folsom St, Catherine Ko Chen

December 13th, 2018

Launched in collaboration with The East Cut, we hosted the first showcase of Catherine Ko Chen’s studio and new large format paintings.

Arrival–Departure, Catherine Ko Chen

June 8th —August 31st, 2018

Through abstraction, process and repetition, Catherine's work explored emotions and the memory of emotions, and aimed to answer questions that arise from the complexity of introspection, and to shape felt incoherence into structures of coherence.


March 11th, 2018

In a two part performance, Cali & Co Dance presented the latest in their PRACTICE:ADAPT series, which is a process of practiced choreography then adapted to new and unconventional spaces; expanding ideas of survival, creativity, embodiment and community by expressing their innate relationships and role in our everyday experiences.

Избеглица (Refugee), Maja Planinac

October 21st —June 1st, 2018

Maja's photography examines the boundaries between incompatible worlds, capturing phenomena that exist between the raw and sophisticated, the real and surreal, and the deeply personal and public.

Meditations, Meredith Brion

May 13th —October 7th, 2017

Meredith's work induces wonder, expressing intimacy and elusiveness in the same breath – it captures a natural beauty we know well but can't place with certainty, it is just out of reach.