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Fouladi Projects celebrates Bay Area art community icon, Ruth Braunstein, in their current exhibition.
Where: 1803 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94103
When: January 8 through February 27
Timing: Tues – Sat, noon till 6pm
Contact: +1 415 621 2536
Ruth opened her first gallery in Tiburon in 1961. Shortly thereafter, she relocated to San Francisco where she operated the esteemed Braunstein/Quay gallery until it’s closing fifty years later in 2011.
In appreciation of her continuing enthusiasm for supporting and promoting art within the community, Fouladi Projects put together this exhibition with artists from her original and enduring program.
Artists include Tom Bolles, Robert Brady, Bean Finneran, Gyongy Laky, Cork Marcheschi, Grace Munakata, Craig Nagasawa and Richard Shaw.
More details about the exhibition can be obtained < here >
Image Courtesy: Fouladi Projects