Jack Fischer represents more than 30 artists. In early 2014, he relocated his gallery from the haughty confines of 49 Geary to Potrero Hill. The move was auspicious: Todd Hosfelt, Brian Gross, Catherine Clark, and George Lawson all have galleries within one block. (Fischer also maintains gallery space at Minnesota Street Project.) His light-flooded Potrero space showcases self-taught and emerging artists like Chris Dalton Powell, who constructs whimsical images on found book boards and binding, and Annie Vought, who hand-cuts intricate paper texts. In 2017, Fischer exhibited Ward Schumaker’s Hate is What We Need, a book of paintings depicting controversial quotes by President Donald Trump.
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311 Potrero Ave
|Cross street:||at 17th St|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sat 11am-5:30pm|
|Transport:||Bus 9, 22, 33, 90, 292, 397|
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