November 10 – December 23, 2022
Her Voice: An Exhibition in Honor of Gretchen Berggruen
10 Hawthorne Street, San Francisco, CA 94105
I am honored to present this exhibition, Her Voice, in honor of my late wife, Gretchen Berggruen. Co-owner of Berggruen Gallery, Gretchen was the heart and soul of the gallery. This group show features more than thirty artists, all of whom Gretchen championed, worked closely alongside, and deeply admired. This exhibition reflects Gretchen’s vision and her great passion in life. Those who had the pleasure to have known her know the deep level of care and attention with which she always acted. Her expertise, drive, kindness, patience, and perseverance drove the gallery to be what it is today. Gretchen was my partner and our leader, and I am proud to present Her Voice, celebrating her life and all that she built. – John Berggruen
Berggruen Gallery is pleased to announce Her Voice, an exhibition dedicated to celebrating the life and legacy of Gretchen Berggruen. Gretchen Berggruen, who ran Berggruen Gallery alongside John Berggruen, passed away in September 2020. While she is deeply missed by her family, friends and colleagues, her legacy and influence in the art world and her community endures. This group exhibition presents work by artists Gretchen championed, admired, and with whom she had meaningful relationships. We are delighted to celebrate her leadership through this show.
Featuring artworks by the following artists:
Diana Al-Hadid | John Alexander | Jennifer Bartlett | Cecily Brown | Christopher Brown | Squeak Carnwath | Bruce Cohen | Roseline Delisle | Mark di Suvero | Richard Diebenkorn | Austin Eddy | Helen Frankenthaler | Jane Hammond | Stephen Hannock | Shara Hughes | William Kentridge | Clare Kirkconnell | Julian Lethbridge | Alicia McCarthy | Tom McKinley | Julie Mehretu | Elizabeth Murray | Tom Otterness | Martin Puryear | Linda Ridgway | Joel Shapiro | Judith Shea | Kiki Smith | Mark Tansey | Wayne Thiebaud | Fiona Waterstreet