Eleanor Harwood Gallery
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Eleanor Harwood Gallery information
On a sleepy Mission street, this eye-opening gallery showcases Bay Area talents, including Francesca Pastine, who creates haunting drawings by blacking out newspaper columns like a censor, leaving only margins. Breakout gallery stars include US Venice Biennale artist Emily Prince, whose daily drawings form poignant catalogs: all the hats in her house, say, or all the US soldiers killed in Iraq.