Jessica Silverman Gallery | Suds, Scents, and Soup in San Francisco’s Tenderloin | The New York Times

“Suds, Scents, and Soup in San Francisco’s Tenderloin”
The New York Times
Written by Christopher Hall
August 5, 2014
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The Tenderloin art scene took a huge step forward with the November relocation of this respected gallery from lower Nob Hill. Flooded with natural light, the 2,800-square-foot space on the street level of the stately Arlington, a low-income residential hotel, showcases the work of emerging and midcareer artists worldwide.