As It Lays

     Solo exhibition of new work by Phillip Maisel

     Gregory Lind Gallery

     49 Geary Street, 5th Floor

     San Francisco, CA 94108

     Opening Reception: Thursday, July 12, 5:00 - 7:30pm

     Exhibition Dates: July 12 - August 25, 2018

     Press Release PDF


     REVIEW: Maria Porges for Square Cylinder









     Sofie Ramos & Phillip Maisel

     Two-person exhibition curated by Andres Guerrero from Guerrero Gallery

     Pro Arts Gallery

     150 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

     Oakland, CA 94612

     Opening Reception: Friday, April 13, 6-8pm

     Exhibition Dates: April 13 - May 18, 2018

     Press Release PDF














     Custom-shaped jigsaw puzzle available via Minnesota Street Project Editions

     500 piece puzzle

     24 x 18"

     Edition of 500

     Available to purchase now:











    Order at Minnesota Street Project
















     Summer Group Show at Gregory Lind Gallery

     Works by Christian Maychack, Tom Bruckhardt, Brett Goodroad, Don Voisine, Cary Smith, Jake Longstreth, and Phillip Maisel

     Gregory Lind Gallery

     49 Geary Street, 5th Floor

     San Francisco, CA

     August 8-September 1, 2017




     Black Crown Gallery and Surface Tension featured on Lenscratch

     Interview by Kim Beil with Black Crown Gallery directors Christopher Nickel and Chrissy Cano discussing,

     among other things, my recent show with Maggie Preston.


     Read it on Lenscratch






     Shulamit Nazarian at Seattle Art Fair 2017

     Three-person presentation of new works by California-based artists Theodore Boyer, Fay Ray, and Phillip Maisel

     Seattle Art Fair

     CenturyLink Field Event Center

     Seattle, WA

     August 3-6, 2017

     More info here






     Surface Tension

     Two-person exhibition featuring the works of Maggie Preston and Phillip Maisel

     Black Crown Gallery

     814 Alice Street

     Oakland, CA 94607

     Opening Reception: Friday, March 24, 6-9pm

     Artist Talk: Saturday, April 22nd, 4pm

     Exhibition Dates: March 24 - April 29, 2017

     Press Release PDF


     Review by Maria Porges







     Solo presentation with new works by Phillip Maisel


     Skylight Clarkson North

     572 Washington Street

     New York, NY 10014

     Open to the Public: Thursday March 2 - Sunday March 5


     The Knockturnal: NADA NYC 2017: Five Detail-Oriented Artists to Watch

     Collector Daily: Photography Highlights from NADA NYC 2017







     A solo exhibition of recent works at

     Shulamit Nazarian

     17 N. Venice Blvd

     Los Angeles, CA 90191

     Opening Reception: Wednesday, September 14, 6-8pm

     Exhibition Dates: September 14 - October 28, 2016

     Press Release PDF






     Stack III (27384+27378), 2014.

     Archival pigment prints; 21.5 x 17.8"

     included in the

     San Francisco Cinematheque: Benefit Auction 2016

     September 10, 2016. 7-10pm

     Online bidding available on Artsy





     Stack I (17586), 2014.

     Archival pigment print; 21.5 x 17.8"

     included in the

     San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art

     36th Annual Art Exhibition and Auction

     September 24 - October 22, 2016.






     Feldspar (1101), 2015.

     Archival pigment prints; 21.5 x 17.8"

     included in the

     SF Camerawork 2015 Benefit Auction

     November 7, 2015.

     Catalog PDF



     Phillip Maisel at EXPO Chicago

     Document | Expo Editions + Books

     Editioned Print of 10 available

     September 17-20, 2015



     Aperture Foundation: Photography is Magic

     Panel discussion at EXPO Chicago

     Featuring John Houck, Matt Lipps, Phillip Maisel, & Kate Steciw

     Moderated by Charlotte Cotton

     Saturday, September 19, 2015




     New York Art Book Fair

     Group book signing with Charlotte Cotton

     Sunday, September 20, 2015




     Book Release:




     Photography is Magic by Charlotte Cotton

     Published by Aperture, 2015



     Recent Press:

     Review: New City Art

     Review: Art Practical

     Review: Square Cylinder

     Review: Curiously Direct