About the Artwork Jenkins Johnson Gallery

Jenkins Johnson Gallery

Established in 1996 in San Francisco, Jenkins Johnson Gallery is a member of the ADAA and serves as a representative for contemporary artists working across various disciplines.  

Jenkins Johnson Gallery: Celebrating Artistic Excellence

The gallery showcases the artworks of 20th-century masters such as Jae and Wadsworth Jarrell, Mary Lovelace O'Neal, Gordon Parks, Ming Smith, and Aubrey Williams. Its program also encompasses established, mid-career, and emerging artists, such as Lisa Corinne Davis, Enrico Riley, and Alex Jackson. The gallery's artists' creations can be found in numerous museums worldwide, and they have participated in international invitational exhibitions, garnering reviews in leading periodicals.

In addition, Jenkins Johnson Projects, established in 2017 in Brooklyn, NY, is dedicated to supporting emerging artists, black curators, and writers. The gallery offers a platform for underrepresented creatives and has become a focal point for highly regarded curators and artists of color. The project space's purpose is to enrich its community's cultural landscape, promote collaboration, and offer a platform for engaging dialogues.

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  • Location
  • Brooklyn, 207 Ocean Ave
  • San Francisco, 464 Sutter Street
  • Participated in:
  • Basel Hall 2.0