We’ve been keeping a close eye on the restoration of 500 Capp Street, home of David Ireland for many years. Not least of all, because we recently published 500 Capp Street: David Ireland’s House by Constance M. Lewallen.
But, in case you missed it, the David Ireland moment in San Francisco is now.
The recently restored house museum is open and delighting the crowds. Sign up for a guided tour, or attend one of the many happenings at the house here.
The San Francisco Art Institute’s David Ireland exhibition, also curated by Connie Lewallen, opened last weekend to a phenomenal turnout. Be sure to catch it before it closes on March 26th.
And, the Anglim Gilbert Gallery is also hosting an exhibition honoring David Ireland’s work through February 27th.
To learn more, we suggest the following:
SFAQ’s review of 500 Capp Street
“Constance Lewallen has created a detailed, generously illustrated guide to this ‘cabinet of wonders’ . . . a valuable accompaniment to visiting Ireland’s house at 500 Capp Street.”—Sally B. Woodbridge, SFAQ
Tyler Green’s Modern Art Notes Podcast featuring Constance Lewallen
New York Times piece on the restoration of 500 Capp Street
SF Gate story, ‘Taking up residence for a day. . .’
After all that, we’re wagering you may still not have had enough DI in your life, so to save 30% on 500 Capp Street: David Ireland’s House and The Art of David Ireland: The Way Things Are—enter discount code 16W917B at checkout.