à la prochaine
March 8 – 23, 2019
From Jules Maeght Gallery:
Jules Maeght Gallery announces its final exhibition à la prochaine, at 149 Gough St. A la prochaine reunites the thirty living artists, both European and American, in a group exhibition that surveys the gallery’s history during its cherished time in San Francisco.
A focus of Jules Maeght Gallery’s program has always been to mix. The inaugural exhibition Art in Motion in November 2014 grouped emerging Bay Area artists with formidable members of the Modernist canon in a multimedia exhibition of painting, interactive and kinetic sculpture, video and more. The exhibitions that followed have sought to bring together artists of different heritage, medium, and generation.
A la prochaine celebrates the numerous and diverse living artists of the Jules Maeght Gallery Family in an exhibition that for the first time brings together the more than thirty artists working in painting, sculpture, installation, photography and video.
In French, à la prochaine is a very informal farewell, it suggests the likelihood that “we’ll see you again soon,” the possibility of more to come in the future. Thus, the majority of work in the exhibition is new and unexhibited work. In this manner we look towards the bright future of our artists, and know that, even if the physical space closes, their talent and our support for them does not.
Sharaine Bell, Dean Bentley, Martin Bialas, Ajit Chauhan, Glen Cheriton, Marco Del Re, Janet Delaney, Luc Doerflinger, Joanne Easton, Dave Eggers, Marshall Elliott, Arnaud Gaertner, Oliviere Gagnère,Wolfgang Ganter, Cécile Granier de Cassagnac, Velia de Iuliis, Paul Kos, Ra’anan Levy, Kirstie Macleod, Brett McCormack, Dan Miller, Cait Molloy, Jackson Patterson, Clovis Prévost, Pierre Roy-camille, Tracey Snelling, Isabelle Sorrell, Kal Spelletich, Justin Teisl, Christopher Upham, Yesnik, Zio Ziegler