"Contained Radiance, San Francisco" by Laddie John Dill

Event has passed (Tue Mar 28, 2017 - Sat Apr 29, 2017)
Minnesota Street Project


"Contained Radiance, San Francisco" by Laddie John Dill
March 4-April 29, 2017
Artist Reception: Saturday March 4, 6-8pm
Minnesota Street Project Atrium and Rotating Gallery Space #106

Themes+Projects gallery is pleased to exhibit, ?Contained
Radiance, San Francisco? by Laddie John Dill. Dill, part of the
Light and Space movement, has been crafting light and earthy
materials like concrete, glass, sand, and metal into luminous
sculptures, wall pieces, and installations since the 1970s. This
exhibition contains two site specific installations unique to
the San Francisco presentation. This marks the first
solo exhibition in San Francisco for Dill since the mid 1980s.

After graduating with a BFA from Chouinard Art Institute in
1968, Laddie John Dill became a printing apprentice and worked closely with
established artists like: Robert Rauschenberg, Claes Oldenberg,
Roy Lichtenstein, and Jasper Johns. His work is in the permanent
collections of national and international institutions such as
Museum of Modern Art, NY; Los Angeles County Museum of Art, CA;
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, CA; High Museum, GA; Chicago
Art Institute, IL; Smithsonian, DC; Louisiana Museum of Modern
Art, Denmark; Pio Monte della Misericordia, Italy; and Museo
Jumex, Mexico. Dill currently lives and works in Venice, CA.


  1. Minnesota Street Project 1275 Minnesota Street, San Francisco, CA