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William Salit

440 brannan SF CA

radian gallery

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Contemporary Works from Emerging and Mid-career California Artists

current & UPCOMING

11 – 01


Group Invitational

11.06 – 01.20

Reception for the Artists
Th 11.07  600p – 800p

A look at Bay Area abstract expressionism now.


Botanic Rituals

Group Invitational

02.25 – 04.25

Reception for the Artists


New perspectives on one of the most classic of subject matters: Botanicals.



This program has yet to be announced.


Reception for the Artists


current exhibition


Group Invitational

11.07 – 01.20  

Opening Reception Th 7 Nov 6-8p

Co-curated by Joseph Abbati, Abstrax features the talent of emerging and mid-career artists whose collected works showcase how current explorations of this genre continues to deliver engaging and evocative creativity. 

Contributing Artists: Ali Saif, Ann Phelan, Athena Kim, Cindy Jian, Kees van Prooijen, Myke Reilly, Olivia Kuo, Robert di Matteo, Tom O’Brien, Usha Shukla, and William Salit.

(Top to bottom: Athena Kim, Tom O’Brien)



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Recent exhibition



paintings by
andrew lyko

10.05 – 10.26
Reception: 10.05 8p – 11p

Lyko’s artwork uses mediums of acrylic, oil bar and spray paint in diverse mediums which awaken our sensibilities to experiences and strokes which stimulate our intense interest. Growing up in Southern California, Lyko was heavily influenced by his childhood in East Los Angeles where he saw and experienced street urban culture and spent many childhood days on his skateboard flying by street graffiti from Shepard Fairey, Mr Brainwash, Invader and Kid Zoom.

Recent Past Exhibitions

Friendly Fire


Group Invitational

Throughout my life, I have somehow had the luck of drawing a remarkable circle of artists as friends. From those I met as a young art student at the University of Michigan, to more recent acquaintances from Burning Man, this show celebrates their lifelong passion for making work that truly moves people. [From top: Joseph Abbati, Dani Jeffries, Rick Chapman]

Click Here to View the 360° Tour

Some of the works on the virtual tour are still available to add to your collection. Please inquire if you’d like to know the status of a particular work.

director’s statement

“The artists and collectors are the heroes of the story that’s being written through this effort. I know the power art has to change the way people think and feel, for the better of humankind, and Radian Gallery is going to be an agent of that change.” – Tony Wessling, Founding Director


Vibrantly Celebrated: “Chance Encounter” Opening Reception

On the evening of October 13 a whole bunch of art enthusiasts who had never met before came together to celebrate the opening reception for three artists who had never met before, all part of the "Chance Encounters" exhibition at Radian Gallery in San Francisco's SoMa...

Assembling the Work for “Friendly Fire”

I've begun to assemble the work for this show, and it's very exciting. Giant woodcuts from Holly Greenberg arrived the other day from the East Coast; This morning found me at the Russian Hill studio of Kim Frohsin collecting an assemblage of her expressive figurative...

gallery event rental

The gallery is a remarkable space for your next business or social event. It is conveniently located in San Francisco’s SoMa District, a few blocks from Moscone Center, The SFMoMA, The Contemporary Jewish Museum, MoAD, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, and AT&T Park. It is close to the 280, 80, and 101 freeways, and is just a few blocks from Caltrain. It is available Saturday, Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday days and evenings, as well as Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday evenings. Please call 415.762.0262 or email for more info.

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440 Brannan Street
San Francisco, CA 94107

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Ad hoc and By Appointment


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We can accommodate appointments on very short notice. Please call or even ring the bell at the front door to see if the gallery is open.