I used to love visiting Jancar Jones Gallery back when they had their cozy SOMA space, but since they moved down to Los Angeles they've kept up their schedule of reliably excellent exhibitions. The Dear Geometry group show from last year caught my eye in particular thanks to its inclusion of one of Nate Boyce's mesmerizing video/sculpture hybrids, though I would have been curious to see Anissa Mack's spray paint and aquaresin piece in person too. From the press release:
Each of the works in their own way remember when geometry could be declared pure form, but don’t look back through any one clear frame. The memory becomes an evolving version of itself as the recollection has been reprogrammed, reimagined, and reprocessed over time. Through the layering of histories, materials, and methods of representation, these three works tunnel through generations of geometric form and display the mediations and interferences they acquire along the way.
If you live closer to LA than I do also keep an eye out for upcoming shows at Jancar Jones that will feature work by Joel Dean and Rick Bahto.