An An­i­mated Ex­hibit

“Deja View: The Art of An­dreas Deja,” on view at the Walt Dis­ney Fam­ily Mu­seum through Oct. 4, cel­e­brates the char­ac­ter an­i­ma­tor. The ex­hibit fea­tures orig­i­nal works on paper and ma­que­ttes of Deja’s best-known char­ac­ters, which in­clude Scar from “The Lion

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111 MINNA GALLERY This hip arts space on an al­ley just two blocks south of Mar­ket Street dou­bles as a bar and club and fea­tures work in all me­dia by emerg­ing and al­ter­na­tive artis­tic tal­ent. 111 Minna St., 415.974.1719.


Cel­e­brat­ing 20 years in San Francisco, ArtHaus spe­cial­izes in con­tem­po­rary works (paint­ings, sculp­ture, works on paper and pho­tog­ra­phy) by es­tab­lished and mid- ca­reer Bay Area and New York artists. This SoMa gallery shows a broad, mu­seum- qual­ity sam­pling of sub­ject mat­ter, me­dia and styles. Tu- F 11 am- 6 pm, Sa noon-5 pm. 411 Bran­nan St., 415.977.0223.


Cald­well Sny­der is a lead­ing con­tem­po­rary art gallery rep­re­sent­ing many of the most sig­nif­i­cant in­ter­na­tional painters and sculp­tors of the 21st cen­tury. It has con­sis­tently been a vi­tal force in the art world by in­tro­duc­ing many renowned artists to the Bay Area for the first time. 341 Sut­ter St., 415.392.2299; 1328 Main St., St. He­lena, 707.200.5050.


As­so­ci­ated with the Bay Area’s rich poet-artist scene for more than 45 years, this Fi­nan­cial Dis­trict gallery housed in the small, brick bo­hemian- era Canessa Build­ing has pre­sented works by more than 600 new and es­tab­lished sculp­tors, painters, pho­tog­ra­phers and per­for­mance and lit­er­ary artists, in­clud­ing Chico MacMurtrue and Trudy Myrrh Rea­gan. W 12-3 and by ap­point­ment. 708 Mont­gomery St., 415.296.9029.


This gallery spe­cial­izes in con­tem­po­rary paint­ing and new me­dia in­stal­la­tion art by emerg­ing artists, of­ten with so­cial and po­lit­i­cal themes. 248 Utah St., 415.399.1439.


This premier San Francisco gallery fea­tures paint­ings, draw­ings and orig­i­nal prints by Euro­pean masters. Find en­grav­ings and etch­ings by Dürer and Rem­brandt; French Bar­bizon paint­ings; Im­pres­sion­ist works by Pis­sarro, Renoir, Manet and Cas­satt; and art of la belle epoque from ToulouseLautrec, Cheret and Tis­sot. Twen­ti­eth cen­tury masters Pi­casso, Matisse, Cha­gall and Dali are also rep­re­sented, as well as Post-War Amer­i­can artists in­clud­ing Stella, Mother­well, Franken­thaler and Licht­en­stein. Open daily. 377 Geary St., 415.397.7781.


This new and beau­ti­fully ren­o­vated gallery space is home to a col­lec­tion of orig­i­nal paint­ings by note­wor­thy Amer­i­can and Euro­pean con­tem­po­rary artists. In ad­di­tion to mount­ing ex­hi­bi­tions, the gallery works closely with new and ex­pe­ri­enced col­lec­tors, lo­cat­ing works of art and as­sist­ing de­sign­ers and clients to find the per­fect pieces. 357 Geary St., 415.397.0114.


Artists with devel­op­men­tal dis­abil­i­ties cre­ate art for sale and ex­hi­bi­tion here. The gallery of­fers re­mark­able art at sur­pris­ingly af­ford­able prices and hosts ex­hi­bi­tions on a va­ri­ety of en­gag­ing themes. 3245 16th St., 415.863.2108.


Rep­re­sents in­ter­na­tional emerg­ing and mid- ca­reer artists who spe­cial­ize in oil paint­ing, draw­ing, print­mak­ing, sculp­ture and pho­tog­ra­phy. A re­cur­ring theme is op­ti­cal ef­fects that ex­plore and rede­fine vis­ual per­cep­tion. Closed Su, M. 210 Post St., Ste. 205, 415.956.3560.


Founded in 1979, this world­class gallery at 49 Geary fo­cuses on pho­tog­ra­phy, with ro­tat­ing shows of var­i­ous gen­res that span the medium’s be­gin­nings to new works. Closed Su, M. 49 Geary St., 4th fl., 415.981.2661.


Cel­e­brat­ing more than 20 years in its lo­ca­tion, this fam­ily- owned gallery ex­hibits orig­i­nal paint­ings, prints and sculp­tures. It fea­tures more than 20 in­ter­na­tional and lo­cal artists, in­clud­ing Boulanger and Ol­binski, whose unique works in­spire imag­i­na­tion and evoke emo­tion. 444 Post St., 415.434.4477.


This bold and modern 5,100 square-foot gallery in SoMa is known for its sur­re­al­ist net­work. It hosts ex­hi­bi­tions that are em­blem­atic of its tran­scul­tural na­ture and works to in­te­grate its con­tem­po­rary artists into the global com­mu­nity of art pro­fes­sion­als, in­sti­tu­tions and col­lec­tors. 161 Jessie St., 415.346.7812.


This gallery presents rare works from the 1950s and 1960s by im­por­tant Amer­i­can, Euro­pean and Asian artists. The gallery fo­cuses on his­tor­i­cal move­ments that took place in the mid-20th cen­tury in­clud­ing Amer­i­can Modern, Post-War Ab­stract Ex­pres­sion­ism and Cal­i­for­nia/

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