• Haines Gallery at FOG Design+Art 2023

    Booth 313

    January 19 - 22

     

    Haines Gallery is pleased to return to San Francisco's FOG Design+Art, presenting works by Adia Millett, Angelo Filomeno, Marco Castillo, Mike Henderson, and Stuart Robertson.


  • ADIA MILLETT

  • Adia Millett’s (b. 1975, Los Angeles, CA; lives and works in Oakland, CA) work investigates the fragile interconnectivity among all living things, weaving threads of African American experiences with broader ideas of identity and collective history. Inspired by Afrofuturism, emotional resilience, and the preservation of our land, her multi-disciplinary practice includes painting, quilting, stained glass, collage, video, sculpture, and installation. In her recent paintings, abstracted, geometric shapes imply movement: colorful forms expand and collapse freely among backgrounds that hint at landscapes and man-made structures.
  • Adia Millett Blue Moon, 2022 Acrylic on wood panel 40 x 59.75 inches $24,000
    Adia Millett

    Blue Moon, 2022

    Acrylic on wood panel

    40 x 59.75 inches

    $24,000
    • Adia Millett Gravity, 2022 Acrylic on wood panel 36 x 48 inches
      Adia Millett
      Gravity, 2022
      Acrylic on wood panel
      36 x 48 inches
      $19,000
    • Adia Millett Snake in the Fire, 2022 Acrylic on panel 47 x 47 inches
      Adia Millett
      Snake in the Fire, 2022
      Acrylic on panel
      47 x 47 inches
      $20,000
    • Adia Millett Falling in Love with Your Imperfections (Revised), 2020/2022 Acrylic on wood panel 48 x 48 inches
      Adia Millett
      Falling in Love with Your Imperfections (Revised), 2020/2022
      Acrylic on wood panel
      48 x 48 inches
      $22,000


  • ANGELO FILOMENO

  • Angelo Filomeno’s (b. 1963, Italy; lives and works in New York, NY) precisely stitched scenes first caught the world’s attention at the 52nd Venice Biennale. Since then, he has continued to receive critical acclaim for highly symbolic artworks that incorporate a variety of fabrics and materials — including denim, shantung silk, metallic thread, and gemstones — to create pieces that are both alluring and provocative. At the center of each strikingly colored seascape from Angelo Filomeno’s Island series is a single iceberg, volcano, or isle, their intricate topographies shifting and shimmering in the light. Beneath their sumptuous colors and the luster of silk and thread, the Island works warn of our shared environmental concerns.


  • MARCO CASTILLO

  • A founding member of the renowned Los Carpinteros collective, Marco Castillo (b. 1971, Cuba; lives and works in Mérida, Mexico) has created some of the most important work to emerge from Latin America in the past decade. Castillo made his debut as a solo artist in 2018. His sculptures, installations, films, and works on paper address complex political, cultural, and social changes in post-Revolutionary Cuba, and its impact on individuals and domestic life, examined through the language of architecture and design.
  • Marco Castillo Familia Castillo Valdes, 2022 Mahogany 92 x 105 x 13 inches $60,000
    Marco Castillo

    Familia Castillo Valdes, 2022

    Mahogany

    92 x 105 x 13 inches

    $60,000
  • Marco Castillo Córdoba, 2019 Wood, rattan grating 75 x 39 x 12 inches $45,000
    Marco Castillo

    Córdoba, 2019

    Wood, rattan grating

    75 x 39 x 12 inches

    $45,000


  • MIKE HENDERSON

  • Born and raised in rural Marshall, Missouri, Mike Henderson (b. 1944) moved to the Bay Area to attend the San Francisco Art Institute in 1965. Leaving behind the explicitly political, figurative style that had defined his work in the 1960s, by the mid-1970s, Henderson was conjuring ethereal, otherworldly spaces filled with promise, mystery, and hope. Shaped, painted, and burnt pieces of canvas, fabric from vintage clothes, and even an old wallet are incorporated into fully resolved constellations in which lunar spheres often float above a distant horizon. The works at FOG are complemented by a solo exhibition of early works at Haines Gallery and his first museum retrospective, Mike Henderson: Before the Fire, 1965–1985, opening at the Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art at UC Davis on January 29.
  • Mike Henderson The Yellow Pencil, 1979 Acrylic and mixed media on canvas 67 x 54 inches $85,000
    Mike Henderson

    The Yellow Pencil, 1979

    Acrylic and mixed media on canvas

    67 x 54 inches

    $85,000
    • Mike Henderson Untitled, 1978 Mixed media on paper Paper: 22 x 30.5 inches Frame: 23.5 x 32 inches
      Mike Henderson
      Untitled, 1978
      Mixed media on paper
      Paper: 22 x 30.5 inches
      Frame: 23.5 x 32 inches
      $9,500
    • Mike Henderson Untitled, 1977 Mixed media on paper Paper: 14 x 19 inches Frame: 15.5 x 21 inches
      Mike Henderson
      Untitled, 1977
      Mixed media on paper
      Paper: 14 x 19 inches
      Frame: 15.5 x 21 inches
      Sold


  • STUART ROBERTSON

  • Stuart Robertson’s (b. 1992, Jamaica; lives and works in Lawrenceville, NJ) recent works are mixed-media portraits depicting scenes drawn from family albums, archives, and social media. Robertson ingeniously combines acrylic paint with everyday materials and post-consumption waste, including aluminum, insulation foam and bubble wrap, cardboard, and textiles. Here, metallic-skinned subjects highlight the conspicuous consumption of Black bodies, resist erasure, and illuminate the duality of being coveted and discarded. Robertson’s images of Black life, resplendent and irrepressible, reject the distortion, misrepresentation, and erasure of Black history.
  • Stuart Robertson Dear Will and Paul, Brotherhood is not a small victory, 2022 Aluminum, metallic bubble wrap, insulation foam, textiles,...
    Stuart Robertson

    Dear Will and Paul, Brotherhood is not a small victory, 2022

    Aluminum, metallic bubble wrap, insulation foam, textiles, paper, enamel, acrylic, earth and saw dust on wood

    48 x 48 inches

    Frame: 50.25 x 50.25 x 2 inches

    $13,000