About Warehouse416

  • 416 26th Street (uptown) Map
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  • 510-325-5703
  • Sat 1-5pm / 1st Fri 6-10pm

A family run gallery with private studio spaces & conference room, unique & edgy in style in an industrial aesthetic, promoting local contemporary artists.


Artist: Diane Dunwoodie, Lionel Fluker
Dates: Mar 2nd - Mar 31st
Time: Check Venue listings.

Diane Dunwoodie presents a show sure to provoke discussion. Up in Arms features mixed-media works that offer a painterly perspective on the national debate about guns.

Dunwoodie, an artist whose past series include ‘Flowers,’ ‘Horizons,’ and ‘Harmony,’ pursues a topical departure, in which profoundly ‘contemporary’ themes overwrite her California contemporary style. As a painter, Dunwoodie has been influenced by abstract expressionists Mark Rothko and Clyfford Still, themselves highly critical of the military-industrial complex. Now, Dunwoodie proposes art as a tool for probing historical and political divides.

Also featured is the photography of Lionel Fluker, a prolific photojournalist whose career was cut short by gun violence. Fluker’s works focus on urban life in Oakland, where he was fatally shot in 2013.

First Friday OPENING
& Saturdays in MARCH