‘Foucault’s procedure connects his work with the Surrealist lineage of automatism, the chance-enamored strategies of Fluxus and oddities on the fringes of art such as Harold Cohen’s computer-generated drawings.’
-Kenneth Baker, San Francisco Chronicle
Foucault has participated in numerous exhibitions nationwide, with recent solo shows at K. Imperial Fine Art (San Francisco), Room Gallery (Mill Valley, CA), Micalea Gallery, the SFMOMA Café, and the Richmond Art Center (Richmond, CA). His work has been included in group shows at the Getty Museum and Getty Villa, Torrance Museum (Los Angeles, CA), Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (San Francisco, CA), Marine Contemporary (Santa Monica, CA), Smithsonian Institutes’ Freer and Sackler Gallery, Kit Schulte Contemporary (Berlin, Germany), The University of Salford (Manchester, England), and The Orange County Center for Contemporary Art (Los Angeles, CA).
In 2010 Foucault received funding from the Creative Work Fund, and a grant from the City of San Jose Public Art Program, in 2012 he was awarded grants from the City of Oakland’s Cultural Funding Program, US Bank, and the Seattle Center Foundation, and in 2013 he was awarded a grant through the Zellerbach Family Foundation. Foucault has recently presented lectures at Stanford University, City College, San Francisco University and the SETI Institute (Mountain View, CA).
Foucault’s work has been reviewed in The San Francisco Chronicle, The SF Weekly (Pick of the Week), ArtWeek, Wired Magazine, Stretcher Magazine, and Artnet Magazine. In 2009 his drawing Four Square was featured on the Cover of California Home and Design Magazine. Foucault’s work is represented by Karen Imperial Fine Art (San Francisco), Room Gallery, (Mill Valley) and Aerena Gallery (Healdsburg). Selected works are available through the SFMOMA Artists Gallery, Micaela Gallery in Alamo, CA, and Kit Schulte Contemporary in Berlin. He lives and works in Oakland, CA.
Chris Treggiari lives and works in the Bay Area. Chris has recently received grants from the San Francisco Arts Commission, and the City of San Jose. Chris has shown nationally including Rhode Island and San Diego, and extensively in the Bay Area including Queens Nails Projects, Southern Exposure, and SOMA Arts to name a few. Recent reviews of Chris’s work include the San Francisco Chronicle and the Guardian as well as The Huffington Post, The New York Times, and in the art magazine Art Ltd.