ArtHaus co-owner Annette Schutz Shows off Mobile by Greg DraslerAmerican Style
Celebrating 20 years…
ArtHaus, Gallerists James Bacchi and Annette Schutz and gallery represented artists have been spotlighted in more than 300 publications and electronic media features including, New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Art in America, New Art Examiner, Metropolitan Home, 7x7, and The Arts & Entertainment Network, ABC-TV News, CULTURE TRIP and Charles Schwab ON INVESTING.
Consistently voted the ‘Best Art Gallery’ by readers of the Bay Area A List, ArtHaus is a SoMa gallery specialising in museum-quality artworks. Founded in 1996 by James Bacchi and Annette Schutz, this 1,750 square foot art space features two rooms in which an eclectic array of different medias and styles of art from New York are displayed. The main gallery features rotating exhibitions of both gallery and guest artists, including sculptor Riis Burwell and mixed media artist Andrea Arroyo, while the project gallery is currently displaying works by Serena Bocchino. In addition to the two galleries, they also have an ‘ArtHaus Out & About’ program that exhibits artworks at the San Francisco Design Center.
San Francisco’s reputation precedes itself. Not only does it have some of the best art museums in the U.S., the SFMOMA expansion was recently added to its arsenal. Cutting edge galleries densely dot the city, and the street art is a force to be reckoned with. Find yourself in the thick of galleries galore in the Yerba Buena neighborhood, which hosts the annual Yerba Buena Night in October. The Mission is the place for the most colorful street art, but every corner of the city has a unique flair of its own. Head to SOMA and pop into ArtHaus, considered one of the best galleries in the city. When gallery hopping has got you hangry, grab coffee and a snack at Sight Glass--part coffee bar, part community gathering space.