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Jessica Silverman has always forged her own path: She founded her original gallery in the Dogpatch which still in school, working toward a master’s at the California College of the Arts. The Detroit native moved from the Dogpatch to an off-the-beaten-path stretch of the Tenderloin in 2013, more than tripling her square footage. The neighborhood was an unlikely choice for fine art, but the gamble paid off: She’s since become known a Bay Area wunderkind, recognized at art fairs around the world. She represents more than 20 emerging artists that span various mediums, from Woody De Othello’s evocative ceramics to John Houck’s photographic compositions to Matthew Angelo Harrison’s striking sculptures.
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