Altman Siegel and Inventory Press are delighted to present Matt Keegan and David Senior, Head of Library and Archives at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, discussing Keegan’s artist’s book, “1996.”⁠

Wednesday, April 14, 2021, 3:00pm PT

View the recording here.



Join Omar Kholeif in conversation with Trevor Paglen and special guests Lynn Hershman-Leeson and Saira Ansari for a special online book launch, discussion and signing for Art in the Age of Anxiety.

Sunday, February 14, 2021, 2:00 PM PST





Artists Simon Denny, Lynn Hershman Leeson, and Trevor Paglen join Claudia Schmuckli, Curator-in-Charge of Contemporary Art and Programming, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco and curator of Uncanny Valley: Being Human in the Age of AI, in a conversation about the political stakes of artificial intelligence. The event will take place via Zoom on Tuesday, July 28, 11:00 am PT. Visit the UNTITLED, ART Online website to learn more.






Trevor Paglen is featured in The New York Times discussing his work on AI.





Koak’s solo exhibition, “Return to Feeling,” is featured on Hypebeast.





Ann Binlot interviews Simon Denny on his exhibition “Security Through Obscurity” for Document.





Simon Denny’s exhibition “Security Through Obscurity” is covered by Vanessa Friedman for The New York Times.





Zarouhie Abdalian is featured in Art Viewer for her participation in “Higher! Higher! Lower, Lower, Louder! Louder! Softer, Softer” at Shimmer in Rotterdam.





Shannon Ebner’s solo exhibition, “WET WORDS IN A HOT FIELD” at Altman Siegel is featured in Contemporary Art Daily.





Amanda Dalla Villa Adams interviews Zarouhie Abdalian for Sculpture Magazine.






Richard Mosse’s exhibition, “Incoming,” is now on view at the National Gallery of Art through March 22nd, 2020.






Emily Wardill’s solo show, “Bi,” at Kohta is on view from November 14 through December 21, 2019. Photo: Jussi Tiainen.





Chris Johanson’s solo show, “Paintings,” at Galleri Nicolai Wallner is now on view starting November 8, 2019. Photo: Anders Sune Berg





Richard Mosse’s solo presentation, “Incoming,” at SFMOMA is now on view from October 26, 2019 through February 17, 2020. Photo: Kramlich Collection; NGV Triennial, National Gallery of Victoria, Southbank, Australia





K.R.M. Mooney’s solo exhibition, “Ores,” at David Dale Gallery, is featured in Contemporary Art Daily.





SF Weekly covers Richard Mosse’s concurrent exhibitions at SFMOMA and Altman Siegel. “Incoming” is on view at the museum from October 26, 2019 through February 7, 2020.





Richard Mosse’s solo exhibition, “Ultra,”on view at Altman Siegel was reviewed by Hannah Maier-Katkin for The Brooklyn Rail.





Trevor Paglen’s exhibition, Machine Visions, is now on view at the Nam June Paik Art Center from October 16, 2019 through February 2, 2020. Trevor Paglen is the winner of the 2018 Nam June Paik Art Center Prize.





Trevor Paglen’s new commission for The Curve at the Barbican Centre, “From ‘Apple’ to ‘Anomaly’,” opens on September 26, 2019 is on view through February 16, 2020. Image: ©️ Tim P. Whitby / Getty Images





Liam Everett’s solo exhibition, “Get Up With It,” is on view at the Galerie Art & Essai from September 20 – October 24, 2019. The show is produced in collaboration with the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Rennes, which will present a solo exhibition of Everett’s work from October 6 – November 10, 2019.





Zarouhie Abdalian and Joseph Rosenzweig are featured in the 5th Ural Biennial in Russia curated by Xiaoyu Weng. The Biennial is on view September 12 — December 1, 2019. Image: “Rhymes and Reckonings (for Sverdlovsk and Yekaterinburg),” 2019, Fixtures, tools, motors, electronics, and text, dimensions variable.





Richard Mosse’s upcoming exhibition at SFMOMA, “Incoming,” is featured in “Here Are 23 Outstanding Museum Shows Across the US That You Won’t Want to Miss This Fall” by Artnet.





Trevor Paglen’s solo show, “The Shape of Clouds,” opens on September 4, 2019 at Pace Gallery, Geneva. The show will be on view through October 19, 2019.





Sara VanDerBeek’s solo exhibition, “Roman Women,” was reviewed by Emma Drew for KQED.





Sara VanDerBeek is included in a feature for Photograph Magazine by Glen Helfand on three notable shows in Northern California this summer providing examples of how sculpture, and the idea of sculpture, are explored in photo-based work.





Altman Siegel is pleased to be participating in the SF Art Book Fair held July 19 – July 21, 2019 at Minnesota Street Project. We will be showcasing unique objects, publications, artworks, and special editions from Zarouhie Abdalian, Jessica Dickinson, Shannon Ebner, Liam Everett, Johanna Jackson, Chris Johanson, Matt Keegan, Koak, K.R.M. Mooney, Richard Mosse, Alex Olson, Trevor Paglen, Will Rogan, and Emily Wardill.

Preview – Friday 6-10pm
Saturday 11am-6pm
Sunday 11am-5pm

1275 Minnesota Street
San Francisco, CA 94107





Trevor Paglen and the Kronos Quartet will be presenting “Sight Machine,” a multimedia performance putting a string quartet under the gaze of machine-vision and artificial intelligence, at the Barbican Centre in London on Thursday, July 11, 2019 at 8:30pm.





Fanny Singer reviews Matt Keegan’s solo exhibition at Altman Siegel, “Use Your Words” (February 28 – April 20, 2019), for the summer issue of Frieze.





The SS issue of Kaleidoscope Magazine features Richard Mosse in conversation with Forensic Architecture.