Maria Guzmán Capron
12 January — 4 February
1050 Larkin Street, San Francisco
Opening Reception 12 January, 7-11 PM
Press Previews 8-12 January, by appointment
Gallery Hours 1-6PM Sat/Sun & by appointment
Maria Guzmán Capron has exhibited across the United States, including recent exhibitions at the Visual Art Center of Richmond (Richmond, VA); No Place Gallery (Columbus, OH); Able Baker Contemporary (Portland, ME); and BBQLA (Los Angeles, CA). In San Francisco, Capron’s work has shown at Alter Space, 100% gallery, Minnesota Street Project, and R/SF projects, as well as in Oakland at Interface Gallery and City Limits. Guzmán Capron was the recipient of the Graduate Painting Fellowship at California College of the Arts (San Francisco, CA), was Artist in Residence at Diverseworks (Houston, TX), and has lectured at the Contemporary Arts Museum in Houston, TX. She was born in Milan, Italy in 1981 to Peruvian and Colombian parents, and lives and works in Berkeley, CA.
Lauren Licata, [email protected]
+1 415 723 2378
About R/SF projects:
R/SF projects is a curatorial project space for cutting-edge contemporary work and experimental performance. The gallery endeavors to champion true risk-taking among today’s cultural agitators, and to redefine the way viewers interact with contemporary art. In tandem with its robust schedule of solo and group shows, R/SF hosts seasonal SF Young Collectors Club salons, outdoor exhibitions under its EN PLEIN AIR initiative, and a diverse range of pop-ups featuring guest curators and outside collaborators, fixtures that consistently offer new levels of critical engagement with the works on view.