About the CCC Gallery
The Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco (CCC) has a 3,000 square foot gallery dedicated to sparking intercultural discovery and promoting the most innovative artists today.
In recent years, the Center’s gallery has recognized the importance of art and culture as vehicles in enhancing the community and has subsequently put on exhibitions to challenge the status quo of what is considered “Chinese art” and culture, and to introduce emerging artists and their work.
Our gallery seeks to challenge perceptions, broaden perspectives, and stimulate understanding of art and culture. In addition to the rotating exhibitions, we have recurring annual and multi-year exhibition series at the Center: Present Tense Biennial and XianRui (fresharp). The logos below will take you to an archive of news and featured artists for the series.
click the collage below to view a listing of our past exhibitions
Gallery floor plan. Gallery walls are 15′ 1.5″ tall. Click here to download.
Exhibiting at Visual Art Center
The Visual Art Center (VAC)welcomes proposals from curatorial professionals. Please email email@example.com the proposal specifying exhibition concept, execution plan, budget and amount of funding secured. Depending on space availability and strength of proposals, VAC can host guest exhibitions from one month or more. Exhibitions need to work around existing exhibition schedule. VAC plans calendar two years in advance.
Individual artists are invited to share portfolio online at gallery.c-c-c.org, a free platform to showcase artwork.
We encourage all interested parties to come visit our gallery to see the space and learn more about our exhibitions. Gallery hours are Tues-Sat, 10-4pm, closed holidays. for questions.