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Picture This: Family Photographs of Everyday San Francisco

"Across decades, and regardless of neighborhood or background, we treasure photographs because they preserve our memories of the events
and relationships they document. Our best friends, our trips to the park or beach, the times our families gather together to celebrate—the photos in this exhibition speak of these things which we all hold dear."

Accidental Mysteries.

Extraordinary Vernacular Photographs

"John and Teenuh Foster share a passionate interest in collecting works of art by self-taught
artists, as well as anonymous objects that to them, share attributes of
great design and mystery. They consider vernacular photography to be a
long overlooked genre of folk art, capturing elements of history,
sociology, psychology and often “accidental” moments on film."

Malls of America

"Vintage photos of lost Shopping Malls of the ’60s & ’70s."

Motel Hell

"Tacky and trashy Motel postcards of the 1950’s, 60’s and 70’s. Forgotten places lost on the roads that time forgot."

Afterculture Art – An anthropology of the Future.

"The Discovering the north American Afterculture is a glimpse of a future being shaped, and even lived, right now. It imagines the culture that might emerge if we fully embraced a completly sustainable, sacred world-outlook. A diorama, crafted artifacts, paintings and photomurals show a new native american people whose life-patterns are healing
to a damaged land. They look like us: a mixture of races and backgrounds, and there are hints that much of the knowledge gathered in our
  time remains alive in oral tradition. But they are also profoundly
unlike us. They know themselves as part of the web of life.
Seeing the natural world as an expression of the sacred, they have simplified their lives the better to move in balance with it. This is a glimpse of "a future that works:"
; sustainable, simple, sacred–and anthropologically defensible."

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