Selected works by Chase Irvin and Nibha Akireddy are now on display at Alfred Coffee in the LINE SF. We’re proud to house these important works as the second installation of our quarterly rotating art exhibition, curated by Root Division (@rootdivision).
Root Division is a visual arts nonprofit that connects creativity and community through a dynamic ecosystem of arts education, exhibitions, and studios. Located near the hotel, at 1131 Mission Street at 7th, the space hosts classes and a monthly, 2nd Saturday exhibitions series in which the gallery is free and open to the public.
Chase Irvin is a visual artist and trained architectural designer born in Los Angeles and based in Oakland. Her work focuses on the black psyche and body, and utilizes personal transparency as a form of resistance.
Nibha Akireddy focuses mainly on the human form, using repeated limbs and heads to create a sense of movement even within a flat image. She aims to create work that makes her audience move with the subject through the piece and is interested in questioning what we expect from artists who work across different cultures, disciplines, and media.
The installation will be on display in Alfred Coffee through May 31st, 2023.