Spoke Art

210 Rivington Street

New York 10002 New York

United States

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816 Sutter St.

CA 94109 San Francisco

United States

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Ken Hashimoto   (Owner)

Jennifer Rizzo   (NYC Director)

Dasha Matsuura   (SF Director)

Raul Barquet   (Assistant Director)


SPOKE is an art space specializing in new contemporary painting, sculpture and illustration with an emphasis in accessible programming. Started in 2010, the gallery now houses two locations, one in San Francisco’s Lower Nob Hill neighborhood and one in New York City’s Lower East Side. Each space rotates monthly exhibits that feature a wide variety of solo and group shows, many of which feature an international roster of represented artists.

Throughout the year we also do pop-up shows, conventions and art fairs around the country and you can usually find us in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles or Miami at least once a year. In addition to Spoke Art, be sure to check out our sister gallery Hashimoto Contemporary (located just two doors down from us in SF) as well as our full service custom frame and print shop, Paragon Press, located in Berkeley, CA.

Don't Let Them See You Cry  -  Dan Lam

Dan Lam Don't Let Them See You Cry
polyurethane foam, acrylic & resin
14.5" x 23" x 12"

Donald Trump -  Scott Scheidly

Scott Scheidly Donald Trump
acrylic on wood panel
11" x 14"; framed: 14.75" x 17.75"

Ramp -  Scott Listfield

Scott Listfield Ramp
oil on canvas
16" x 20"

Beauty - Chuck  Sperry

Chuck Sperry Beauty
7 colors screen print on cream paper
19" x 25.5"

Exhibiting Artists

Other Represented Artists

  • Mark Drew

  • GATS

  • Abigail Goldman

    Biography : Abigail Goldman’s “die-o-ramas" have been featured on NPR, the L.A. Times and the Huffington Post. She has worked as a newspaper reporter and an investigator for the Federal Public Defender in Las Vegas. She currently lives and works in Bellingham, Washington.

  • Dan Lam  (+)

    Biography : Dan Lam was born in the Philippines to Vietnamese refugee parents. The small family made their way to Texas when she was just a baby and established in Houston. Later, she and her mother would move to Dallas, TX. Always one to follow her intuition and passion, she pursued an academic path in the fine arts. Dan obtained her Bachelors of Fine Arts from the University of North Texas in the fall of 2010 and went on to a Master's program in Fine Arts at Arizona State University, graduating in the spring of 2014. Dan has had the honor of being published twice in New American Paintings, first in the MFA Issue no. 111 as Juror’s Pick as well in the West Region Issue No. 120. The artist's debut West Coast solo show will take place at our San Francisco gallery space - Hashimoto Contemporary - in October 2017.

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Dan Lam - Don't Let Them See You Cry Don't Let Them See You Cry

  • Scott Listfield  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Scott Listfield - Ramp Ramp

  • Penny

  • Scott Scheidly  (+)

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Scott Scheidly - Donald Trump Donald Trump

  • Chuck Sperry  (+)

    Biography : Chuck Sperry is a legendary Rock poster screen-print artist currently working and living in the Bay Area. Creating iconic gig posters over the past 15 years in his signature psychedelic style, Chuck’s work has been exhibited at leading San Francisco art institutions including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts; his prints have been archived by the Achenbach Graphics Arts Council, The Oakland Museum of California, San Francisco Public Library (Main Branch), the United States Library of Congress, and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Chuck  Sperry - Beauty Beauty

  • David Welker

    Biography : David Welker is a NYC based contemporary visual artist known for his elaborate rock posters, murals and paintings, ranging from fantasy landscapes to urban realism. His work has built a devout following from private collectors and celebrities to indie and pop-rock musical acts. Welker’s illustration style mixes depression era surrealism with a contemporary take on underground comics, and his hand rendered lettering is an uncanny blend of 19th Century sign typography mixed with equal amounts of modern graffiti.