Interior of the Anglim/Trimble upstairs gallery showing various works by Benji Whalen on display.
Interior of the Anglim/Trimble upstairs gallery showing various works by Benji Whalen on display.
Interior of the Anglim/Trimble upstairs gallery showing various works by Benji Whalen on display.
Interior of the Anglim/Trimble upstairs gallery showing various works by Benji Whalen on display.
Interior of the Anglim/Trimble upstairs gallery showing various works by Andrew Masullo on display.
Interior of the Anglim/Trimble upstairs gallery showing various works by Andrew Masullo on display.
Interior of the Anglim/Trimble upstairs gallery showing various works by Andrew Masullo on display.
We’re a new gallery with a long history

Anglim/Trimble represents California and Bay Area artists of historical and contemporary significance and maintains the legacies of Gallery Paule Anglim and Anglim Gilbert Gallery. With nearly 50 years of historically important exhibitions, the gallery encompasses the art of California Beat Artists, Bay Area Conceptualists, and other experimental movements in California and the San Francisco Bay Area. Anglim/Trimble is dedicated to representing the visions and works of its artists and sustaining long-term support of its artists in the larger art community.

Gallery Paule Anglim was founded in the early 1970s by its formidable founder, Paule Anglim. Her strong conviction to the work she presented and the artist behind it forged the gallery’s identity in the postwar era. She was one of the early supporters of the Beat Artists and defining figures of Bay Area Conceptual Art, including Joan Brown, Paul Kos, Bruce Conner, and David Ireland. When Anglim passed away in 2015, her longtime gallery manager and director Ed Gilbert took up the mantle under the gallery’s new name, Anglim Gilbert Gallery, and actively brought international attention to Bay Area contemporary art. Gilbert was also a pillar of the Bay Area art community as a board member of the Headlands Center for the Arts and board president of Southern Exposure. He passed away in 2020.

Anglim/Trimble’s director Shannon Trimble worked closely with both Paule Anglim and Ed Gilbert in and out of the gallery for two decades and was previously director at Braunstein/Quay for 12 years. He is committed to bringing Anglim/Trimble into the 21st century while continuing to provide innovative exhibitions, dedicated support to its artists and amplifying diverse artistic visions.

Staff

Shannon Trimble
Owner/Director

Michael Thompson
Director

Sarah Hwang
Researcher/Writer/Editor

Artists

Representing
John Beech
Leo Bersamina
John Buck
Bull.Miletic
Deborah Butterfield
Dean Byington
Jerome Caja
Enrique Chagoya
Travis Collinson
Veronica DeJesus
Nathaniel Dorsky
Ala Ebtekar
Ken Graves
Keith Hale
Jacob Hashimoto
Mildred Howard
David Ireland
Colter Jacobsen
Jess
Paul Kos
Tony Labat
Kara Maria
Tom Marioni
Tomas Nakada
Gay Outlaw
J. John Priola
Rigo 23
Clare Rojas
John Roloff
Annabeth Rosen
Richard Shaw
Katherine Sherwood
Dean Smith
M. Louise Stanley
Frances Stark
Carlos Villa
Benji Whalen
Pamela Wilson-Ryckman
Xiaoze Xie
Collaboratorating with
Kim Anno
Ajit Chauhan
Andrew Masullo
Grace Munakata
Martha Shaw
Mary Snowden
Rico Solinas
Robert Stone
Stephen Vincent
offering works by
Robert Bechtle
Wallace Berman
Christopher Brown
Joan Brown
Terry Fox
Seydou Keita
Barry McGee
Manuel Neri

Exhibitions

Current Exhibitions
Upcoming Exhibitions
Jerome Caja Bozo Virgin
Jerome Caja & Anna van der Meulen
Found: The Lost Art of Jerome Caja
Thursday
 
29
 
April
 – 
 
Saturday
 
26
 
June 2021
Upstairs Small Gallery
Kara Maria Every Murmur Becomes a Wave (gray wolf)
Kara Maria
Regarding Extinction
Thursday
 
29
 
April
 – 
 
Saturday
 
26
 
June 2021
Upstairs Main Gallery
Past Exhibitions

Information

Photo by Mariko Reed of the entire facade of 1275 Minnesota Street

Anglim/Trimble
1275 Minnesota Street, San Francisco, California 94107 [map]
+1 415.433.2710
gallery@anglimtrimble.com
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Visit the gallery

We are located at the Minnesota Street Project where we have two gallery spaces spanning two floors—one directly above the other.

Gallery Hours and appointments
Monday Closed
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday Noon–4pm
Thursday Noon–4pm
Friday Noon–4pm
Saturday Noon–4pm
Sunday Closed
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For more information about visiting the Minnesota Street Project, see their visit page.

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