1996

Gallerists Annette Schutz and James Bacchi open ArtHaus in San Francisco’s historic Nob Hill

1996 – 2021

ArtHaus, its artists and founders capture the attention of press outlets including: The New York Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, ArtNews, Art in America, Metropolitan Home, Elle Décor, 7×7, California Home & Design, Charles Schwab ON INVESTING, ABC-TV News and more.

Giving back to the community is an integral component of the gallery’s mission. For more than two decades, it has shown its commitment to benefactors including: BREAST CANCER ACTION, ArtforAIDS/UCSF Alliance Health Project, Visual Aid, the Bay Area Designer Showcases, Philanthropy By Design, Heart of SOMA, Nourish The Children, Dining by Design and Hospitality House.

2005

The gallery relocates to SOMA where it becomes one of San Francisco’s foremost contemporary fine art galleries. At 411 Brannan Street, Schutz and Bacchi emphasize an intimate presentation of contemporary works, diverse in subject matter, media and style – by noteworthy New York and Bay Area artists

2010 – 2012

Schutz and Bacchi’s passion for the work they represent and close collaboration with collectors, curators, corporate art advisors, architectural interior designers and visual merchandisers leads to three nominations and awards for BEST ART GALLERY – BAY AREA “A” LIST

2016

Culture Trip names ArtHaus as one of the TEN BEST GALLERIES in San Francisco
ArtHaus receives the Houzz Award for Customer Satisfaction

2017 

ArtHaus is nominated for legacy status by San Francisco Supervisor Jane Kim. The San Francisco Small Business Commission unanimously approves the gallery as the most recent addition to the city’s Legacy Business Registry honoring those businesses that contribute to the unique fabric, culture and vitality of San Francisco. 

2018 – 2021

ArtHaus thrives in a more expansive gallery space at 228 Townsend Street, where numerous live events and artist showings ensue until the pandemic requires a new hybrid model of doing business and the brick and mortar gallery location closes in September 2021.

September 2021- present

ArtHaus Principal Annette Schutz leads ArtHaus Consulting into a new collaborative evolution where she continues to represent artists and curate pop-ups, while working with collectors, interior designers and architects as James Bacchi begins a new venture in Palm Springs as James Bacchi Contemporary. 

ArtHaus Gallery + Consulting 
228 Townsend Street, San Francisco
2018 Opening Night

ArtHaus at ArtMarket SF 2017
Gallerist Annette Schutz with artist John Wood

ArtHaus CONSULTING 2021
Installation Thea Schrack
Be the Void, 56 in. x  84 in., oil encaustic on panel