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Overview Edit

Since 1979, Fraenkel Gallery has presented almost 300 exhibitions exploring photography and its relation to other arts. The exhibitions have spanned the medium's history, from its early masters to the present day. The gallery's earliest exhibitions investigated the works of Carlton Watkins, Lee Friedlander, and NASA's lunar photographs.

In addition to its museum-quality exhibitions, the gallery has published numerous monographs and exhibition catalogues. In exhibitions such as Open Secrets, Dust Breeding, and Not Exactly Photographs, Fraenkel Gallery has brought together work across media, juxtaposing photographs with paintings, drawings, and sculpture. The gallery maintains long-established relationships with museums, private collectors, and corporations around the world, and welcomes the experienced collector as well as those beginning to consider collecting photographs.[1]

ArtistsEdit

  • Robert Adams
  • Diane Arbus
  • Eugene Atget
  • Bernd and Hilla Becher
  • E.J. Bellocq
  • Mel Bochner
  • Harry Callahan
  • Walker Evans
  • Robert Frank
  • Lee Friedlander
  • Adam Fuss
  • Nan Goldin
  • Katy Grannan
  • John Gutmann
  • Peter Hujar
  • Idris Khan
  • Richard Learoyd
  • Helen Levitt
  • Sol LeWitt
  • Christian Marclay
  • Ralph Eugene Meatyard
  • Richard Misrach
  • Eadweard Muybridge
  • Nicholas Nixon
  • Irving Penn
  • August Sander
  • Hiroshi Sugimoto
  • Carleton E. Watkins
  • Edward Weston
  • Garry Winogrand

Additional ArtistsEdit

  • William Theophilus Brown
  • Alexander Calder
  • Edward Corbett
  • Richard Diebenkorn
  • Sam Francis
  • Nathan Oliveira
  • David Park
  • Pablo Picasso
  • Wayne Thiebaud
  • James Weeks
  • Paul Wonner

VisitEdit

HoursEdit

Days Times
Monday Closed
Tuesday–Friday 10:30am – 5:30pm
Saturday 11:00am – 5:00pm
Sunday Closed


LocationEdit

37° 47.268' N 122° 24.256' W

Fraenkel Gallery is located at 49 Geary Street, San Francisco, CA 94108.

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