Tartine Bakery presents the second installment of the exhibition: The New Westward Expansion, a show curated by Andrew Berg, celebrates local artists’ connection to California, its nature and aesthetic traditions. The show includes works by: Davis Wilson, Daren Wilson, Jesse Schlesinger, Jay Nelson, Serena Mitnik-Miller, Rachel Kaye, Colter Jacobsen, Kori Girard, Bryson Gill, Kyle Field, Chris Duncan, Todd Bura, Michelle Blade and Drew Bennett.

At 9:30, a special musical performance by SF’s own Farallons  will end the evening. Wine and light refreshments will be served compliments of the bakery.

Come at 7:30 if you want to try Chef Cameron Wallace’s amazing tacos that he serves out the back window every Friday night!


Ben came to me a few years ago to reproduce a size of oak frame that he had gotten in France for his broadsheets. We used the same moulding for his two blind plate impressions that were part of his archive in this year’s Whitney Biennial. I’m grateful for the honor of making them for him.

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I would like to thank everyone that helped in making this wonderful night a possibility including Chad and Liz at Tartine, the staff at the bakery and Magic Magic Roses who sang up the California spirit to make the night magical. These are photos taken by good friend and great photographer Nastassia Clucas.




Terri Loewenthal “Personal Hotspot” 30 x 30 c-print

Starting next weekend, tartine bakery will host a group show curated by andrew berg of small works.

This three-part show focuses on a romantic connection to california, its land and bohemian culture, as well as a particular group of artists who, through their love of the area and social practice, comprise a unique moment in local art.

The first part of the series, the photo show, is chock full of local photographers whose work i’ve admired for so long: andrew paynterkanoa zimmermanterri loewenthallauren douglas, Austin Lee, jesse schlesingercody welshairyka rockefellerjordan bennettalissa anderson and david uzzardi.

the other two parts in the series are the drawing show (drawings, paintings and poetry, opening july 30) and the craft show (functional arts and crafts, opening october 15).


///\\\  music by Magic Magic Roses begins at 9:30pm  ///\\\

\\\/// ANDY CABIC DJ set at AMNESIA at 10:30 around the corner 5$ Door \\\///

the photo show opening reception:
friday, april 18, 2014
tartine bakery
600 guerrero street @ 18th, san francisco

Tacos out the back window made by Tartine baker, Cameron Wallace at 7:30

show from 9:00 pm 10:30


* light refreshments served. . *
* works will be on view and for sale until july 28 *

Robert Adams, Beauty in Photography 
   selected for this show by Jesse Schlesinger


Web page for the show Here!


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55″/58″ x 40″ White Frame/spacer. 2″ deep with 3/4″ face. OP3

50″Black stained Walnut, no wax to have a matte sheen, black walnut spacer. 2″ deep, 3/4″ face.

Optium premium non-glare Museum acrylic.

Matt Lipps Photos: 48 x 67, 3/4″ x 2″ moulding in Black stain or custom grey stain

Barbar Kasten Cyanotypes: 20 x 30, 1/2″ x 1 1/4″ white Laquer


Article about Silverman Booth at ARTSY

I was asked to frame some photos for my friend Andrew Paynter. He is part of the Jack Purcell campaign at the new converse store in SF. Many of the photos from this campaign are on his website.




I was asked to design and build fixtures for the new & Pens store in Culver City. Andrew Martin Scott, co-owner of Needles and Pens in San Francisco is embarking on a new venture in culver city. Part bookstore, part art gallery and part small-run publisher, & Pens will be another Art destination in Culver City.


Here are some progress photos from the buildout.



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