• BIO

    Gabrielle Teschner (b. 1981 Newport News. VA) lives and works in the San Francisco Bay Area. She received her BFA in Sculpture from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2003 and her MFA from California College of the Arts in 2007. Teschner’s work is included in the permanent collection of the De Young Museum in San Francisco and has shown throughout the Bay Area at Haines Gallery, John Berggruen Gallery, Goodnight Projects and Chandra Cerrito Contemporary. In March 2016 she presented an evolving solo exhibition of works created during her residency at Irving Street Projects at Ocean Beach, San Francisco and will conclude her year as a resident artist at the Studios of Key West. Her work concerns the foundations and origins of knowledge.

  • SHOWS AND NEWS, PRESENT AND PAST

    Summer Group Show
    w/ Gary Edward Blum, Oliver Leach, Daniel Postaer
    August 2016
    Euqinom SF, CA

    In The Offing
    Irving Street Projects
    artist-in-residence
    January-March 2016
    Related link: Review in Art Practical

    The Inability of Reason
    Fall 2015
    Chandra Cerrito Contemporary, Oakland, CA

    Pianoforte
    Spring 2015, Goodnight Projects, San Francisco, CA

    Broken Law and The Builded
    2014, Pro Arts Gallery, Oakland, CA

    Import/Export,
    2014, Side Pocket Gallery, Gloucester, VA

    Finalist for 2013 Emdash Award, Frieze Art Fair, London, U.K.

    Artist-in-Residence at Campos de Gutiérrez, Medellín, Colombia, April-May 2013

    We Are Here, Because We're Not All There,
    Barclay Simpson Award 25th Anniversary Exhibition
    Tecoah Bruce Gallery at the Oliver Art Center,
    California College of the Arts
    Oakland, CA
    September 30- October 27th

    DocumentO, Krowswork, Oakland, CA
    Opening June 22nd-July 1st, 2012

    Treads and Risers a show featuring work by Gabrielle Teschner and Julie Ann Travis
    at FM Gallery, Downtown Oakland, CA
    Opening for Art Murmur, June 1st, 2012
    Closing Reception, June 30th, 2012

    Related links:
    Oakland Art Beat

    De-Mobbing: Landscape, Structure, Bioform
    at Headlands Center for the Arts
    January 22 - February 20, 2012