1141 Howard Street San Francisco, CA
Dickerman Prints Gallery is dedicated to exhibiting and promoting the work of our vibrant photographic community.
With subject matter as diverse as the artists we serve, past exhibitions have featured some of San Francisco's most well-known photographers.
Additionally, we regularly curate group exhibitions (view our latest call for entry) ... and our gallery is home to an always-rotating collection of fine art photography. Visit us to see what's new - or, to request a private viewing of previous shows.
Limited edition prints of selected works also may be purchased through our Gallery Store.
Circa 1968 featured a suite of personal portraits of music legends - photographed by Baron Wolman and selected from his images made for Rolling Stone Magazine, 1967-1969.
Photographed from the unique and dynamic vantage point of a tugboat’s deck – Jan Tiura’s HULLS is an up-close character study of working vessels from around the world by the first female tugboat captain in San Francisco Bay history.
It All Came so Close to Never Happening presents a pair of intertwined photographic stories; where the outcomes of human uprisings, or the lack thereof, result in a futuristic portrayal of a world gone wrong.
In Outsourced and Abandoned, Henrik Kam transcends the physical subject of an abandoned factory to limn rarefied aesthetic properties and creates images of unexpected beauty.
wildLIFE was an interpretive juried photographic exhibition featuring the work of 23 talented Bay Area photographers.
Seascapes presents an abstract view of the spectacular Sonoma Coast tidal zone during the golden hour.
Ancient and hidden petroglyphs, timeless landscapes, wild animals, indigenous tribes and North America’s oldest human settlements came together in '12,000 Years in the High Desert.'