Ever Gold [Projects]
1275 Minnesota Street
Suite 105
San Francisco, CA, 94107


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Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 11-5 pm and by appointment
(Currently Open By Appointment Only)


We accept cryptocurrency

About Ever Gold [Projects]

Founded in 2009, Ever Gold [Projects] exhibits emerging and mid-career international artists. Originally located in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood in a space formerly occupied by a pawn shop/gold teeth fabricator, Ever Gold Gallery was an artist run project space, which transitioned into a commercial gallery in January 2013. In January 2016, the gallery was renamed Ever Gold [Projects] and is now located in the main Minnesota Street Project building in the Dogpatch—San Francisco’s new and rapidly evolving arts district. Ever Gold [Projects] is owned and directed by its founder Andrew McClintock.

While the focus of the gallery has always been contemporary emerging and mid-career American artists working in a wide range of media, Ever Gold [Projects] has developed a few consistent directions in its programming: an international focus on emerging art including solo and group exhibitions by artists from Ghana, South Africa, and Zimbabwe, and a historically-leaning interest in the avant garde (past exhibitions include Takis, Jay DeFeo, Roy de Forest, Kazuo Shiraga, and a Gutai survey).

(We do not accept or look at artist submissions . . . . sorry.)

Suggested Reading from past columns of SFAQ (2010 – 2017)

Angela Davis “The Meaning Of Freedom”, 2008

Huey Newton “Repression Breeds Resistance”, 1970

Tim Wise “Income and Wealth Inequality, Long Term Trends and Current Realities”, 2015

Mumia Abu Jamal “Writing On The Wall”, 2014