Weinstein Gallery was established in 1992 and specializes in non-objective and surrealist art from pre-war Europe through the New York school and abstract expressionism. The gallery represents the estates of Rudolf Bauer and Juanita Guccione and is recognized for its commitment to the women of the surrealist movement with an extensive collection of Leonor Fini and signature works by Leonora Carrington, Kay Sage, Stella Snead, Remedios Varo, and Dorothea Tanning.
In addition, the gallery is dedicated to the rediscovery of many important artists who have been marginalized in art history and whose significant talents and contributions deserve renewed scholarship and attention. Among them are Enrico Donati, Jimmy Ernst, Gordon Onslow Ford, Gerome Kamrowski and Kurt Seligmann. The legacies of these artists are supported by the gallery’s carefully curated exhibitions and scholarly publications as well as numerous loans to museums and public institutions.
Weinstein Gallery was founded by Rowland Weinstein on the basic belief that art should be accessible to everyone, not intimidating and exclusive, but inviting, engaging, and enlivening. The gallery welcomes the first-time collector as well as the connoisseur, and provides a full-service art advisory, including in home design and art placement as well as framing, and logistical expertise.
After 25 years in San Francisco’s Union Square, the gallery relocated to an industrial 4500 square foot warehouse in the South of Market district in March 2020. This new multidisciplinary space was created to facilitate the gallery’s mission to present our collectors with an exceptional collection of the highest quality and historic importance and provide a space within the local community to celebrate and share the transformative power of art through reflection and connection.