Ever Gold [Projects]
1275 Minnesota Street
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
Mumia Abu Jamal “Writing On The Wall”, 2014