Gallerists James Bacchi and Annette Schutz opened ArtHaus in San Francisco's historic Nob Hill in 1996.
Since then, the gallery has relocated to SOMA and become one of San Francisco's foremost contemporary fine art venues.
At 411 Brannan Street, Bacchi and Schutz emphasize an intimate presentation of museum-quality works, diverse in subject
matter, media and style by noteworthy New York and Bay Area artists. Their passion for the work they represent, and the
outstanding service they provide for their following of collectors, curators, corporate art advisors, architectural interior
designers and visual merchandisers sets ArtHaus apart from more commercial galleries.
ArtHaus Gallery Artists are; Gioi Tran, Jhina Alvarado, Andrea Arroyo, Astrid, Suzanne Benton, Serena Bocchino, Brian Blood, Jan Blythe, Deborah Brown,
Greg Drasler, Jess Johnston, Marc Lambrechts, Adam Kurtzman, Joanne Landis, Carol Massa, Kenney Mencher, Carolyn Meyer, Chris Schiavo, and Maxine Solomon. Guest Artists
include; Rex Ray, Ricardo Carbajal Moss, Samuel Fleming Lewis, Patter Hellstrom, Mirang Wonne, Tracey Kessler and Franc D'Ambrosio.
ArtHaus and gallery represented artists continue to capture the attention of publications and electronic media including,
New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Art in America, New Art Examiner, Metropolitan Home,
7x7, and The Arts & Entertainment Network, ABC-TV News, Charles Schwab ON INVESTING.
ArtHaus Directors Bacchi and Schutz are deeply committed and generously contribute to several important causes and
concerns benefited by BREAST CANCER ACTION, ArtforAIDS, Visual Aid, the bay-area Designer Showcases, Philanthropy By Design, Heart of SOMA, Nourish The Children, Dining by Design and Hospitality House.