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Following his first solo show at the gallery in 2014, the artist returns this May with a body of work that explore the rapidly-shifting social fabric of San Francisco.

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Hashimoto Contemporary is pleased to present “Belongings”, a solo show of new charcoal and graphite drawings on paper by Joel Daniel Phillips. Following his first solo show at the gallery in 2014, the artist returns this May with a body of work that explore the rapidly-shifting social fabric of San Francisco.

Over the past five years, Phillips has focused on drawing as a way to connect with and …

Hashimoto Contemporary is pleased to present “Belongings”, a solo show of new charcoal and graphite drawings on paper by Joel Daniel Phillips. Following his first solo show at the gallery in 2014, the artist returns this May with a body of work that explore the rapidly-shifting social fabric of San Francisco.

Over the past five years, Phillips has focused on drawing as a way to connect with and learn about his local community. During this time the artist created a series of portraits in staggering detail that explore the tensions between voyeurism and the ever-expanding class distinctions of …

Location

804 Sutter Street
San Francisco, CA, US
Monday, Sunday, Closed
Tuesday–Saturday, 10am–6pm