Frank Prattle with Zefrey Throwell


RAIL- with Jessica Silverman, Dina Pugh, and Justin Hoover, March 24, 2007
March 24, 2007, 6:46 am
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Frank Prattle with Zefrey Throwell featuring Jessica Silverman, Dina Pugh, and Justin Hoover

Jessica Silverman (Silverman Gallery), Dina Pugh (Triple Base Gallery), and Justin Hoover (The Garage)

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Frank Prattle with Zefrey Throwell featuring Jessica Silverman and Justin Hoover

Jessica Silverman (Silverman Gallery) and Justin Hoover (The Garage)

This is something to watch folks…. a new arts alliance is in the formative stages in San Francisco. Still very new, but full of potential, 2 members of RAIL (Jessica Silverman and Dina Pugh) plus Justin Hoover (who runs a non-profit art space called The Garage) met up to discuss the art scene around the bay as they see it. If you’re wondering what the future of San Francisco art looks like, this is an excellent bellwether.

Here are some of the organizations aligned with RAIL (not a complete list mind you):

Silverman Gallery
Ampersand International Arts
Ping Pong Gallery
TART
Joseph Del Pesco
Triple Base Gallery

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To listen to this interview press:

HERE

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3 Comments so far
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“My mom kicked them out?” are you kidding me? If these people are the voice of sf art “Community” we are worse off than I thought. the only genuine sounding person was Dina.

Yikes

Comment by chris

you need to listen to the context of why they were kicked out, the garage is a residential space.

Comment by Charlene Tan

too boring, voices hard to listen to and concentrate on, except for the voice of Dina Pugh. It all sounds as if you need a shot in the arm, or somewhere else.

Comment by florence




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