Roq La Rue
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This gallery, recently relocated from Belltown, has secured its reputation by taking risks: the work on view here skates along the edge of urban pop-culture. Since opening in 1998, the gallery, which is owned and curated by Kirsten Anderson, has been a significant force in the pop surrealism field, and is frequently featured in Juxtapoz magazine.