One of the most enjoyable things about living in the city of San Francisco is how visually dynamic it is. There is simply art everywhere, but not in a way that inundates you. The most interesting pieces are hidden away in nooks and crannies, and many people often overlook the “candy” placed in prominent locations. ART on STREETS, Untapped SF’s newest column, highlights this city’s art through the lens of a “Polaroid” camera (except it’s an app on the phone).
The Space Between Gallery / Museum of Neighborhood Archaeology sits on the busy intersection of Columbus Avenue and Washington Street, a common path between the Financial District and North Beach. I generally pass it when I’m on my way back from North Beach going toward Market Street to catch the Muni. This set of images is in that order-from the “end” or “back” of the gallery to the front door, and a little around the corner onto Washington Street. 1 Columbus Avenue looks like one of those awesome, unused, old city buildings-except this gallery is there. I have yet to happen by when it’s open, unfortunately.
The “back” of the Space Between Gallery
Victims of the future
Inside the gallery, as well as across the street
Part reflection part through the windows to Washington Street
The front door
More outside the gallery, than in
This image is a little more about the reflection, but there are long legs in there.
And as I walked away, I had to look over my shoulder, only to realize-I missed the spades.
Space Between Gallery / Museum of Neighborhood Archaeology
1 Columbus Ave
San Francisco, CA
For more images of the gallery space, visit their Flickr page.