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Katy Grannan, "Schatzi, Gerlach, Nevada," 2018, chromogenic print; © Katy Grannan, courtesy of Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco.
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Mishka Henner, "I’m Not the Only One," 2015, single-channel video with audio; © Mishka Henner, courtesy of the artist.
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Johnnie Chatman, "Self Portrait, John Ford Point," 2018, pigment print; © Johnnie Chatman, courtesy of the artist.
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“I’m Not the Only One”

September 8, 2020 - September 24, 2020

“I’m Not the Only One” at Fraenkel Gallery brings together videos and photographs from 19 artists that look at themes of solitude and the human need for connection. Though many of the works on view weren’t created recently, in the context of our current socially distanced state, they take on a new meaning. In Mishka Henner’s 2015 title work I’m Not the Only One, the artist has taken 18 solo singers performing Sam Smith’s song from their own homes and stitched them into a chorus reminiscent of many Zoom performances we’ve seen in recent months. Viewers will also find works like Nan Goldin’s 1979 photo of a figure in solitude entitled French Chris on the convertible, NYC; Christian Marclay’s 1995 Telephones; and an image by Richard Misrach that captures the complexity of adolescent friendships—Boy Scouts, Pyramid Lake Indian Reservation, Nevada, 1991.

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“I’m Not the Only One”

Exhibitions

Ja’Tovia Gary, "Citational Ethics (Saidiya Hartman, 2017)," 2020Ja’Tovia Gary, "Citational Ethics (Saidiya Hartman, 2017)," 2020
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Resting Our Eyes

The Institute of Contemporary Art San Francisco presents a new exhibition, “Resting Our Eyes,” showcasing the works of 20 multi-generational and multidisciplinary Black artists.

Installation view of Jeffrey Gibsons', "THE FUTURE IS PRESENT, 2011-2022Installation view of Jeffrey Gibsons', "THE FUTURE IS PRESENT, 2011-2022

Jeffrey Gibson: This Burning World

On October 1, 2022, multimedia artist Jeffrey Gibson debuted the exhibition “This Burning World" at the Institute of Contemporary Art San Francisco.

Quil Lemons, New York , 2017,Quil Lemons, New York , 2017,

The New Black Vanguard: Photography between Art and Fashion

Museum of African Diaspora presents “The New Black Vanguard: Photography between Art and Fashion,” currently on view through March 5.

Ashley Ross, "Facing Giants," 2021Ashley Ross, "Facing Giants," 2021

Ashely Ross: 10/27/03

Museum of the African Diaspora presents an exhibition by artist Ashely A. Ross titled “10/17/03.”

Nick Cave, Soundsuit, 2009Nick Cave, Soundsuit, 2009

Corporeal

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art presents “Corporeal,” a dynamic exhibition of sculptures that explore the human figure.

Pae White Undoing Done, 2022Pae White Undoing Done, 2022

Pae White: Slow Winter Sun

Jessica Silverman presents the solo exhibition “Pae White: Slow Winter Sun,” currently on view through February 25.

David Huffman The Seeker, 2005David Huffman The Seeker, 2005

David Huffman: Odyssey

Jessica Silverman presents “David Huffman: Odyssey,” an exhibition of works from 2004 to 2009, currently on view through February 25.

Mike Henderson, "Untitled," 1978Mike Henderson, "Untitled," 1978

Mike Henderson: Chicken Fingers

Haines Gallery presents “Mike Henderson: Chicken Fingers, 1976-1980” in a special solo show of rarely seen early abstract paintings.

Lhola AmiraLhola Amira

Lhola Amira: Facing the Future

Lhola Amira’s “Facing the Future” is the artist’s first U.S. solo exhibition, comprised of new and recent works pertaining to ancestral connections.

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