mm
GATS / national

Ken runs three galleries, Hashimoto Contemporary in San Francisco, and two Spoke Art galleries (NYC and SF), as well as the The People’s Print Shop and Paragon Books.

Presentation

Ken runs three galleries, Hashimoto Contemporary in San Francisco, and two Spoke Art galleries (NYC and SF), as well as the The People’s Print Shop and Paragon Books.

Biography

Ken Harman Hashimoto is a curator, gallerist and arts writer based in New York City. His eponymous gallery space, Hashimoto Contemporary, was founded in San Francisco’s Lower Nob Hill neighborhood in 2013. Six years later he expanded with a second location in New York City’s Lower East Side. Both galleries present rotating monthly exhibitions featuring solo or group shows with a focus on emerging contemporary artists. As an arts writer, Ken has been published extensively in Hi-Fructose Magazine, where he served as online editor from 2010 to 2012. He has authored two compendiums for Abrams Books, “The Wes Anderson Collection, Volume Three: Bad Dads” in 2016 and “My Neighbor Hayao: Art Inspired by the Films of Miyazaki” in 2020.

Exhibitions

//

Artworks