San Francisco’s Jessica Silverman Gallery Will Inaugurate New Space in November

The new gallery in progress. (Courtesy Jessica Silverman Gallery)

The new gallery in progress. (Courtesy Jessica Silverman Gallery)

Jessica Silverman Gallery, which works with artists like Hugh Scott-Douglas, Luke Butler, Susanne M. Winterling and Matt Lipps, announced today that it was nearing completion on a new space in the city’s Tenderloin district. Set in a 1907 building, it sports 2,800 square feet of space and 16-foot-tall ceilings.

“The new gallery space is appropriate to our increasingly ambitious, international program of exhibitions,” Ms. Silverman said in a statement released to press. “The artists that we represent are already inspired by the space’s beauty, distinctiveness and versatility.”

The first show in the new space will be a solo of work from the 1980s and ’90s by London-based artist Amikam Toren, which is scheduled to open Nov. 22.