Hashimoto Contemporary

804 Sutter Street

California 94109 San Francisco

United States

Phone : 415-655-9265

Fax : 415-655-9265

Mobile Ph. :

URL : hashimotocontemporary.com

Ken Hashimoto   (Owner)

Rizzo Jennifer   (Director)

Matsuura Dasha   (Director)


Hashimoto Contemporary is located in San Francisco, CA and New York, NY. Our roster consists of an eclectic blend of new contemporary artists. With monthly rotating exhibitions, our programming focuses on a range of painting, sculpture and installation-based work. You can also visit us at a variety of international art fairs in Miami, New York, San Francisco, Paris and Los Angeles.

Rhythm Machine - Sean Newport

Sean Newport Rhythm Machine

Tinesha and Brian -  Joel Daniel Phillips

Joel Daniel Phillips Tinesha and Brian

5x5 Orlane Gradient (Orange to Magenta) -  Peter Gronquist

Peter Gronquist 5x5 Orlane Gradient (Orange to Magenta)

Exhibiting Artists

Other Represented Artists

  • Kim Cogan

  • Peter Gronquist  (+)

    Biography : Peter Gronquist is an artist who manipulates expectations throughout his various mediums. Through painting, sculpture and infinity mirrors he forces the viewer to stop and dismantle what they are experiencing. His infinity mirrors are built to human scale, heightening the sensation that one could fall in at any moment. The imagery contained in these visual abysses can be as benign as a flower or as menacing as a tool of war. the fading to black nature of the mirrors reminds the viewer that all things are temporary. Gronquist is concerned with expressing the contradictions of American consumerism and what he calls “hyper American culture”. Born 1979 in the USA, Peter lives and works in Portland, OR after residing in Oakland, CA.. He attended the School of Visual Art New York and received a BA in painting from San Francisco Art Institute in 2001. He has shown at Soze Gallery in Los Angeles, Joseph Gross gallery in New York, the Unit London, Winston Wachter in Seattle, Rarity Gallery in Mykonos, The Pittsfield Museum of Art, Scope New York and Miami, and is collected internationally.

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Peter Gronquist - 5x5 Orlane Gradient (Orange to Magenta) 5x5 Orlane Gradient (Orange to Magenta)

  • Joel Daniel Phillips  (+)

    Biography : My work focuses primarily on portraiture at a monumental scale. I am fascinated by the intricacies and commonalities that we share as humans, and search for moments when our projected senses of self are transparent, allowing deeper, more truthful emotions to become visible. I pursue ways to peel back the protective veils that we all display to outside world, striving to capture the un-invented spontaneity of experience. Central to this search is a focus on the significance of narrative in human existence. Our lives are not linear, with one instant leading solely into the next, but rather circular, with each experience formed and defined by others. A portrait functions in the same manner, teasing out emotions and truths that inform not only the particular instant captured, but more importantly the narrative leading up to it. A true portrait is far more than a rendering of physical form—it is the capturing of the vulnerable, un-invented narratives that make us human. Seeing and understanding these is my ultimate goal. – Joel Daniel Phillips

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Joel Daniel Phillips - Tinesha and Brian Tinesha and Brian

  • Anna Valdez

  • Crystal Wagner

    Biography : Crystal Wagner received her MFA from the University of Tennessee in 2008, her BFA from the Atlanta College of Art in 2004, and her AFA from Keystone College in 2002. She is currently based in Harrisburg, PA and is represented by Hashimoto Contemporary, San Francisco, CA. Wagner’s interest in combining 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional forms, alternative use of materials, and hybrid approaches to printmaking have led to her artwork being exhibited extensively. Her exhibition schedule has her actively growing large-scale installations all over the United States. Past and future installations have been created for the Virginia MOCA, Fort Wayne Museum of Art, UIAC (Grand Rapids, MI), and in Times Square, NYC. Crystal is a recipient of the 2015 Pollock-Krasner Grant.