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In the News / The Back Room at Small Press Traffic

A Map of Many Small Doors

Does a map tell you where it wants you to go? To what extent do you control the paths you take, the window through which you enter the flattened schema of a

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Press Release

What are words worth?

McEvoy Foundation for the Arts Final Exhibition June 13, 2023, San Francisco, CA — McEvoy Foundation for the Arts announces What are words worth? (June 16 –

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In the News / Aesthetica Magazine

Color Code: Shades of Emotion

Colour is fundamental to art practices. Even monochromatic images derive meaning and create an impact from the way tones are selected, applied and combined. But

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In the News / Squarecylinder

Color Code @ McEvoy

Color Code is an exceedingly complex and well-curated exhibition featuring works by 35 artists, almost all of whom bring a 21st-century perspective to the

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In the News / The Potrero View

Close Enough to Touch

McEvoy Foundation for the Arts in Dogpatch celebrates the City’s masked reopening with Next to You, an ode to in-person gatherings. The exhibition features

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Michael Jang, Self-Portrait, San Francisco Financial District, 1973, vintage gelatin silver print, 8 x 10 inches. Courtesy of the artist / © Michael Jang
In the News / The British Journal of Photography

Who is Michael Jang?

He spent 40 years documenting the street life and subcultures of the Bay Area, but kept his work hidden. Discovered by SFMoMA in 2001, Michael Jang’s vast archive

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In the News / The Bay Area Reporter

Go-to galleries

The year is off to a thought-provoking start at local galleries and nonprofit spaces, with artists zeroing in on topical issues from the environment to immigration.

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In the News / Cultured Magazine

The Women of Paris Photo 2018

“We are calling on the cultural establishment…at this decisive moment…let us all dare,” declared Agnes Saal of France’s Ministry of Culture on the first

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la mère la mer installation view
In the News / California Home + Design

Open Studios: The Patron

When asked how he became a collector, Nion McEvoy pauses a moment before answering, “I suppose it’s genetic.” If a taste for art is passed down through

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In the News / Nob Hill Gazette

Nion’s World

The San Francisco publisher and art connoisseur reflects on his new gallerist role, his literary legacy and the enduring power of books.

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In the News / San Francisco Magazine

Like Mother, Sort of Like Son

By his own admission, there’s nothing special about Nion McEvoy’s shingled two-story home in Jordan Park, a neighborhood so understated it’s not sure if

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