From SF Weekly's BEST OF SAN FRANCISCO 2016
Best Gallerist: CATHARINE CLARK.
"In 2013, when Catharine Clark moved her eponymous gallery from 49 Geary to the Potrero Hill area, she gave herself more room to work with, including a dedicated media space that has shown indelible work by such artists as Shalo P ("The Bedroom Suite"), Nina Katchadourian ("In a Room Full of Strangers"), and Andy Diaz Hope and Jon Bernson ("Beautification Machines").
Simultaneously, in the gallery's more traditional space, Clark has exhibited memorable work by such artists as Sandow Birk ("American Qur'an" and "Indelible (sic) Monuments"), Masami Teraoka ("Masami Teraoka's Apocalyptic Theater/The Pope, Putin, Peach Boy and Pussy Riot Galore"), and Walter Robinson ("Sic transit gloria mundi"). Clark's tastes run across many genres. She takes chances — just like the artists she champions — and the result is an exhibit schedule that is always too good to pass up."
On the stands right now.
SF Weekly's BEST OF San Francisco 2016.
A sincere thanks and love from all of us here.
We love you very much, San Francisco.
Your people, ideas, (everything dood), and lovely landscapes in the vicinity make this a heavenly place for flourishing our own brand of "spiritual care-free".
THERE ARE ONLY SOPHISTICATEDLY WILDER THINGS TO COME.
Ya ever seen a digital post-apocalypse embellished with rainbows?
Shalo P / Television For Ghosts