Jessica Silverman (’05) Gallery Moves to Tenderloin

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Fine Arts alumna Jessica Silverman (’05) recently relaunched her San Francisco Gallery to the Tenderloin and was profiled in SFGate.

“Inside the glass-walled corner of Jessica Silverman Gallery, located on the ground floor of a Mercy Housing SRO in the lively yet louche Tenderloin, visitors will never spot a red dot next to a sold artwork. That’s because Silverman, 30, a burgeoning art-world eminence and S.F. arts commissioner who founded her first gallery in 2003 as a student at Otis College of Art & Design in Los Angeles, believes those little dots distract from larger conversations about art itself. Last weekend, when she christened her new gallery ( www.jessicasilvermangallery.com) with the inaugural U.S. exhibition “Of the Times and Other Historic Works” by London artist Amikam Toren, none were the wiser that half of his 14 artworks sold within 48 hours.”

To continue reading, visit: http://www.sfgate.com/style/article/Jessica-Silverman-launches-gallery-in-Tenderloin-5021799.php
For more information about Jessica Silverman Gallery, visit: www.jessicasilvermangallery.com

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