San Francisco Art Exchange offers visitors to the Gallery insight into the world of popular culture through an impressive collection of original artworks, photographs, and rare prints.
Founded by Theron Kabrich in 1983, the Gallery’s initial mandate was to establish pin-up artist Alberto Vargas in the world of fine art. Since that time, the gallery expanded to include works by musicians and Hollywood photographers, steadily building an international reputation as a leader in the curation of pop culture iconography.
Visitors to the Gallery will appreciate backstage photos of rock heroes, collections of works by Gerald Scarfe (the artist behind the arresting visuals for Pink Floyd’s The Wall), and rare photographs of Steve McQueen, Marilyn Monroe, and other Hollywood stars. The Gallery is passionately curated. Visitors will appreciate the authenticity and enthusiasm the Gallery observes.
Plan your next vacation to include a visit to a play-related store, museum, or private collection.