Several area galleries are moving, opening, or going away. Here’s the rundown.

The exhibition program at Steven Wolf Fine Arts is on hiatus while the gallery relocates to a new space in San Francisco. After seven years at 49 Geary Street, the gallery is looking for a space better suited to its exhibition program. During the pause Wolf will continue to blog and post updates about the gallery and the artists who work there.

LIMN Art Gallery is moving to 290 Townsend; the new space will open in May.

Sadly, Jack Hanley Gallery, which has had a been here since 1990, will be closing its SF location to focus on growing the programming at its New York location. The current group show, featuring a selection of new work by gallery artists and up until April 28, will be its last. Don’t miss it! Featured are many top emerging Bay Area artists, including 2009 SECA winner Tauba Auerbach, Chris Johanson, and Shaun O’Dell.  

Francis Mill and Michael Hackett, both of the recently closed Hackett Freedman Gallery, have launched Hackett-Mill. The duo’s new exhibition space at 201 Post will open April 13. Hackett-Mill will focus on works from the 1950s and 1960s with an emphasis on Bay Area Figurative, Abstract Expressionism, and American Modernism; it represents the estates of David Park, Emerson Woelffer, and Robert Schwartz and artists Manuel Neri, Frank Lobdell, and Raimonds Staprans.