Aurobora Press, housed in one of downtown San Francisco's oldest buildings, this turn of the century firehouse has been revived as a living studio where artists can work through their inspiration in a nurturing, comfortable setting. Richard Pousette-Dart, one of the original Abstract Expressionists who now enjoys the notoriety that his New York contemporaries have long enjoyed. Often termed 'painterly' abstraction learn how Pousette's work express an evocative field of colour hinting at myth, ritual and psychological themes. Wrapped In Glory, the tale of how American history has been recorded stitch by stitch in rare and beautiful quilts that demonstrates how utility meets art. The Eight, a survey of paintings by the group of Eight who broke away from the established traditions of American art and imposed an influence that remains present even today. Andre Emmerlich, perhaps the world's most famous art dealers candidly reveals the relationship between the artist and the dealer and the myth of the 'discovered artist'.
Arata Isokai, Eui Kyu Kim, Ed Ruscha, Bob Branaman, Don Williams, The Fauves, Sam Francis, Man Ray