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The Potrero Hill San Francisco new art district.

 

Four Art galleries move into Potrero Hill.

Brian Gross Fine Art, Catharine Clark Gallery, Jack Fischer Gallery and George Lawson Gallery. Utah Street and Potrero Avenue.

The neighborhood. Steven Wolf Fine Arts, Hosfelt Gallery, Arttitud, Bonhams & Butterfields, California College of the Arts.

Four established San Francisco art galleries have moved a block away from us on Utah Street. We’re calling it the new ‘Arts District’. Saturday, September 7th there will be inaugural group openings for the new spaces from 4pm-7pm, and we are welcoming them with a simultaneous art opening and cocktail reception at 111 Potrero San Francisco. Arttitud. Tatiana Takaeva.

Welcome the New 'Arts District' with works by Victoria Kovalenchikova Mina Markovich and Sergey Konstantinov.
Curated by: Tatiana Takaeva. Arttitud. San Francisco.

Sergey Konstantinov

 

 

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