Gallery Paule Anglim
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Here you’ll find marquee names like Tony Oursler, whose video projections of distorted faces grumble and squeak in the corner, but works by local upstarts threaten to steal the show. Look out for Ala Ebtekar’s paintings of soldiers and storm clouds gathering on ancient Iranian prayer scriptures, and Bull Miletic’s video views of San Francisco from the perspective of a flitting butterfly.