Eleanor Harwood Gallery
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Eleanor Harwood Gallery information
On a sleepy Mission street, this eye-opening gallery showcases Bay Area talents. Works showcased here are entrancing and meticulous – recent shows have featured Francesca Pastine's totem masks made of intricately folded and carved issues of Artforum magazine, and William Swanson's 4D topographical paintings mapping a single location over centuries.