CULT is currently open by appointment only until further notice.
CULT Aimee Friberg Exhibitions is a contemporary art gallery for cutting edge work by emerging and established artists, founded in November 2013 by curator Aimee Friberg. CULT bridges formal, conceptual and process-based investigations, across all media. Since its inception, CULT has quickly become the leading gallery in San Francisco for rigorous work that is both experimental and forward-thinking. CULT engages a broad Bay Area and international audience with programming that encourages artists, especially from underrepresented groups, to take risks with their work. CULT is committed to supporting international and local artists, through onsite residencies, institutional collaborations, and a nutritive dialogue with the Bay Area public. Conceived as a commercial gallery that would engage its audience beyond the white cube, CULT has quickly become renowned for its provocative exhibition programming, as well as unorthodox performances, critical dialogues between artists, curators, and critics, and intimate dinners.
As of January 2020, Friberg joins Yves Behar to contribute her social-minded exploration of the intersection of art and conceptual design as curator of Fused Space, located within Behar’s award-winning global design firm Fuse Project.
CULT is housed in a unique, historic carriage house in the NOPA neighborhood of San Francisco, at 1217 B Fell Street.
CULT is not accepting unsolicited proposals or artist submissions at this time.