BOUND: An installation
by Inyoung Seoung

January 18 - February 23, 2019

The Midway Gallery is thrilled to announce Korean artist, Inyoung Seoung’s return to San Francisco for her 2nd solo show at The Midway. BOUND continues Seoung’s exploration of connectivity and community, drawing inspiration from nature to make sense of human behavior and unconscious desires. The artist will be transforming the gallery using rope to reimagine her delicate thread-on-canvas drawings as large-scale sculptures. Visitors are invited to navigate Seoung’s interconnected web and consider the cyclical effects of relationships.



We teamed up with Lonely Whale to transition away from single-use plastic water bottles before the end of 2018. This ocean-friendly move, driven by Midway art director, Kelsey Issel, will save over 25,000 plastic bottles on New Years Eve and over 300,000 in 2019.

The Midway is the first independent cultural hub to support the city of San Francisco’s commitment to move its properties away from single use plastic bottles.

Join us, #ContainYourself




Looking back:


Evolution 2.0:
technology & creativity

Alongside international artists who are pushing the boundaries of their mediums, The Midway is exploring how technologies such as AI, AR and robotics are changing human evolution, especially in how it relates to creativity.

October 6th - November 24th, 2018

Details here



Paintings by Dan Covert

In a bi-coastal collaboration with Uprise Art NYC, The Midway Gallery provides a platform for Uprise artists to expand their practice & reach a broad audience. Dan Covert's methodic painting style is a paradoxical exercise of using analog means to pursue perfection.

Details here


HALATION: exploring light & shadow

An exhibition creating a sense of place with light featuring immersive light environments by Marpi, Christopher Schardt & Ecco Screen.



women in neon

Making a splash at The Museum of Neon in LA earlier this year, She Bends, hailed as “revolutionary” by Juxtapoz Magazine, hit The Midway Gallery this Spring. Click below to review this fantastic show and search our blog to read artist interviews with these amazing 32 woman neon benders from around the world.