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Established in 1991, Catharine Clark Gallery exhibits the work of contemporary artists. A wide range of media is represented in the gallery’s program with an emphasis on content driven work. The gallery has pioneered the presentation of new media art in San Francisco, and is the first commercial gallery in the area with a dedicated media room. Exhibitions are hosted on a six-week schedule and generally feature one or two solo artist presentations, in addition to media room installations.
In September 2013, Catharine Clark Gallery moved to a newly renovated space at 248 Utah Street between 15th and 16th Streets in San Francisco's Potrero Hill neighborhood. The gallery's new location is a former door factory that was redesigned by Los Angeles-based architect Tim Campbell. This new location is within the neighborhood of the San Francisco Design Center and Showplace Square. Catharine Clark Gallery is suited among venues such as California College of the Arts (CCA), CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, and the Museum of Craft and Design in addition to several contemporary fine art galleries.
Julia Page Video still of Best Laid Plans, 2004 Multi channel video installation, suite of 5, edition of 5 5 monitors/viewing boxes 18” x 16” x 12” each, dimensions variable Image courtesy of the artist and Catharine Clark Gallery.
Strange Architecture installation view, Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco, CA. Left to right: Phoebe Washburn, Jimbo Blachly, Ben Peterson, Mark Bennett. Image courtesy of the artists and Catharine Clark Gallery.