Founded in San Francisco in 2013, Hashimoto Contemporary can now be found in three places: the Minnesota Street Project (San Francisco), the Lower East Side (New York City) and Culver City (Los Angeles). Across these locations, Hashimoto Contemporary provides a platform to an eclectic blend of both emerging and established contemporary artists. Jennifer Rizzo is the Director and Partner of Hashimoto Contemporary NYC.
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Night Watcher, 2022
Acrylic on canvas
30 x 45 in
76.2 x 114.3 cm
Bianca Nemelc's works are a celebration of the female form and natural world. In Night Watcher, the artist drew inspiration from the Antarctic in 2021 when she participated in a project commissioned by National Geographic and Lindblad Expeditions. Through this series, she built connections between brown bodies and a continent that is devoid of governance, seemingly neutral in the global history of colonialism. I adore this piece, and often find myself getting lost in the fluid landscape.
Two Nickels for a Dime, 2023
Acrylic wood on relief, framed
42 x 42 in
106.7 x 106.7 cm
Available from Hashimoto Contemporary
USD $6,500 or $650 per month with Art Money
Scott Albrecht's poetic work incorporates elements of woodworking, painting and typography to create beautiful relief paintings that ask the viewer to slow down in order to understand the message and create a deeper personal connection. He recently started creating these white on white pieces with painted edges, we like to call them 'sneaky colour'.