Chase Center Art Collection

Presented by 4-Prime-Adobe

In addition to being the home of the Warriors as well as world-class concerts and events, Chase Center will also house unique artwork thanks to a partnership with Adobe. The Chase Center Art Collection, presented by Adobe includes 87 original pieces, 250 pieces of photography and nine museum-quality graphics.

“We made a commitment early on to have a robust art program at Chase Center that showcases the abundance of talent in the Bay Area to visually tell the story of the Warriors and the region’s culture and history,” said Warriors President and Chief Operating Officer Rick Welts. “Adobe believes in the power of the creative community to inspire dialogue and action through art and media and we’re looking forward to having them be a part of our art efforts.”

Adobe will be the Presenting Partner of the Chase Center Art Collection, which consists of all artwork received from Sports and the Arts (SATA), who Chase Center commissioned to source and acquire one-of-a-kind, museum-quality art and photography created by local artists. The Warriors intend to present entertainment and regional history through the showcase.

“At Adobe, we believe that creativity is fundamental to help solve problems and drive positive change in our communities,” said Adobe Vice President of Brand Marketing, John Travis. “We believe everyone is creative and we’re committed to inspiring creativity in people around the world, including right here in the heart of San Francisco, through the Chase Center Art Collection and our continued partnership with the Warriors.”

Artwork will be exhibited throughout Chase Center and the surrounding Thrive City area. Pieces will be displayed in public areas within the arena as well as inside a number of Chase Center suites. Thrive City will also house various pieces of art, including the recently announced Seeing spheres by renowned artist Olafur Eliasson which will be prominently displayed outside the East Entrance of Chase Center.

"This project truly was a labor of love", says Tracie Speca Ventura, founder of Sports & The Arts, "thank you to the Golden State Warriors for your vision and dedication to excellence."

Take a look at some of the artists being featured in and around Chase Center:

SATA's Featured Artists

Brian Barneclo

A native of Indianapolis, Barncelo resides in San Francisco and is credited with creating the largest mural in the

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Here is Brian Barneclo talking about his creative process and discussing his artwork that will be featured at Chase Center.

Milton Bowens

Bowens is the Lead Artist in Residence at Twin Rivers Unified School District and has had 10 solo exhibitions in

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Milton Bowens reminisces about his early experiences drawing and explains the "visual documentary" style of his artwork.

Susan Cervantes/Precita Eyes Muralists Association and Center

Susan and Luis Cervantes established the Precita Eyes Muralists Association and Center in 1977. The multipurpose community based arts organization that has played an integral role in the city's cultural heritage and arts education.

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Susan Cervantes talks about the history of Precita Eyes Muralists Association and Center and what the organization strives to accomplish.

Daniel Chen

A painter based in San Francisco, his current body of work explores how technology has changed the way people view images.

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Here is Daniel Chen explaining his visualization process and describing his excitement in joining the other SATA artists at Chase Center.

Nina Fabunmi

Nina Fabunmi's emotionally-charged expressive art has been shown in the California State Building, UCSF Womenʼs Health Center and the Museum Of The African.

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Nina Fabunmi talks about her artistic background and the unique approach she takes in creating her artwork.

Adam Feibelman

A San Francisco-based artist whose awareness of the structures we use every day but often overlook has become the subject of his current work.

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Here is Adam Feibelman discussing the intricate nature of his artwork for Chase Center.

Casey Gray

A love for California is the underlying subject of Casey Gray's site-specific murals.

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Longtime Warriors fan Casey Gray explains how he uses symbolism and objects to tell stories through his artwork.

Benito Rangel

Rangel studied in Paris and Madrid then returned to the U.S. in 1999 to focus on improving his artistic technique.

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Benito Rangel discusses the importance of establishing a process when it comes to creating any piece of artwork.