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Culture, The Exhibitionist Margaret Kilgallen Show at Ratio 3 -- A Most Important Thing in the City

Margaret Kilgallen Show at Ratio 3 -- A Most Important Thing in the City

Burn your other plans for the evening if you've ever heard of Margaret Kilgallen. Ratio 3's new show, "Summer/Selections," has some never before seen work of hers -- nothing in the city is more important tonight. It continues through Aug.…
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Calendar, Night&Day This Is How We Do It

This Is How We Do It

San Francisco produces such a wealth of so-called outsider art, you could quickly lose interest in who the hell the insiders are. Tonight’s opening for “As We Live It” features participants in our great city’s assistance programs, including housing, mental…
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Calendar, Night&Day Like Little Kids

Like Little Kids

Love them for their hidden secrets, as in the Luggage Gallery's careful sanding project to find years-old Margaret Kilgallen paintings, or hate them for their bland logistical problems, walls are inescapable rock bottom for artists. Anchored by two vintage graphite…
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Calendar, Night&Day Street Art on Screen

Street Art on Screen

The ongoing trouble with docs about artists is that too few are very artfully made themselves, or else they flat out fail to demonstrate any insight into their subjects' impulses, goals, or creative processes. Displaying artwork on-screen and interpreting it…
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Here To Stay

Twenty years is an eternity for any organization. Even families don't always last that long, let alone non-profit art galleries. So "In the Fullness of Time: Celebrating Twenty Years" is an Everest, in a way. It's the Great Wall, the…
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The House of Tudor

Hobo history is primarily an oral tradition and hobo scrivening only emerged as an abstruse order of symbols to alert, welcome, and direct fellow travelers. Until the late '50s, these markings, found in train yards across the country, constituted a…
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