2008 Curatorial Projects Summary -
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Walton Ford
A Complicated Dominion:
Nature and New Political Narratives

June 12 - August 16, 2008
SFAC Gallery, Main Gallery

Artists: Tiffany Bozic (Oakland, CA), James Drake (Santa Fe, NM), Leiv Fagereng (Portland, OR), Walton Ford (Great Barrington, MA) and Tara Tucker (San Francisco, CA).


Mahboube Karamli
After the Revolution:
Contemporary Photography from California & Tehran

April 16 - June 27, 2010
SFAC Gallery, San Francisco City Hall

After the Revolution is the first substantial exhibition mounted in the US featuring photography by emerging artists from Tehran. In addition, the work from Tehran is featured alongside photographs by emerging artists of Iranian decent living in California, thus creating a rich dialogue around the hopes and concerns of Iranians and the Iranian Diaspora.


Kunsole: Grove Street Projects

March 20 - May 10, 2008
SFAC Gallery, 155 Grove Street Window Installation Site

Artists: Kunsole (Deric Carner, Rebecca Miller and Roddy Schrock)


Richard Haley
Reconciling America:
Miraculous Encounters with the Mundane

January 18 - March 15, 2008

Main Gallery: JD Beltran & Sebastian Bacher, Dina Danish, Jennifer Durban, Richard Haley, Lynn Marie Kirby, Ellen Lake, Brendan Lott, Paul Mullins, Julia Page and Zefrey Throwell.

155 Grove Street Window Installation Site:Tucker Nichols


Ann P. Meredith
Tall in the Saddle: Cowgirls, Ranch Women and Rodeo Gals
Ann Meredith

December 20, 2007 - March 17, 2008
SFAC Gallery, San Francisco City Hall

Tall in the Saddle marks the culmination of over seventeen years of artist Ann P. Meredith’s dedication to documenting the achievements of remarkable women determined to preserve their heritage and break new ground in the arenas of ranching and rodeo.