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/ JEANNE GERRITY
San Francisco Roundup

MULTIPLE VENUES, San Francisco

Snøhetta expansion of the new SFMOMA, 2016. View from Yerba Buena Gardens.
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Jeanne Gerrity

The opening of a temporary exhibition space co-hosted by Andrew Kreps and Anton Kern, at a new gallery complex called Minnesota Street Project in San Francisco’s Dogpatch district, was timed to correspond with the arrival of the international art world elite to fête SFMOMA. These openings and reopenings come at a... continue reading
Richard T. Walker, the other side of meaning something other than this, 2015.
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Jeanne Gerrity

In a diminutive space in San Francisco’s financial district, the tradition of representing the vast landscape of the American West is extended and reinvigorated by Richard T. Walker and Letha Wilson. The natural and the manmade collide in Walker’s multimedia sculpture the other side of meaning something other than this... continue reading
View of José León Cerrillo, Ilja Karilampi, and Paul Chan, Kiria Koula, San Francisco, 2014.
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Jeanne Gerrity

Paul Chan is clearly energized by the Greek word polytropos. Homer used the word, translated as “cunning,” numerous times to describe Odysseus.(1) This information, conveyed by Chan to a rapt audience during a two-part lecture, was included in the opening-week program for the new gallery Kiria Koula in San Francisco’s... continue reading

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