248 Utah Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
Established in 1990, Brian Gross Fine Art specializes in contemporary painting, sculpture, photography, and works on paper. The gallery features a diversity of artists, ranging from strong emerging talent to established modern masters. BGFA is located in the premier gallery building in San Francisco’s Potrero Hill.
After 23 years in the Union Square district, Brian Gross Fine Art is one of the forerunners creating a new visual arts district in San Francisco. The landmark space at 248 Utah Street is a spacious new venue in a vibrant neighborhood that is home to the CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts and adjacent to the city’s Design District. This bold relocation of BGFA adds to the emerging cultural character of the neighborhood, along with other galleries, restaurants and bookstores.
Brian Gross Fine Art maintains an active exhibition program, mounting approximately nine exhibitions per year. BGFA’s record has been distinguished by numerous critical reviews in the local and national art press, and has won the respect of artists, collectors, museum curators and colleagues.
Peter Alexander, Joe Amrhein, the Estate of Robert Arneson, Andrew Belschner, the Estate of Karl Benjamin, Tony Berlant, the Estate of Chad Buck, Marco Casentini, Freddy Chandra, the Estate of Roy De Forest, Lewis deSoto, Josh Dov, Donald Feasél, Linda Fleming, Judith Foosaner, Adam Fowler, Teo González, Dana Hart-Stone, Robert Jack, Cheonae Kim, Dale Kistemaker, Keira Kotler, Robin McDonnell, Pard Morrison, Ed Moses, Sono Osato, Ruth Pastine, Meridel Rubenstein, Robert Sagerman, Phil Sims, Stephen Sollins, Nellie King Solomon, Hadi Tabatabai, Roy Thurston, Amy Trachtenberg, Andrea Way, and Rex Yuasa.