SFMOMA Artists Gallery. It's a particularly good time because The museum is showing the work of Henri Cartier-Bresson (one of my favorites) and a show on photography called Exposed. There is a lot of discussion about photography as an art medium in a symposium "Is Photography Over?" hosted in April at SFMOMA featured on an audiocast on it's website. Check it out.
Another thing to check out is an interview I had with Alison McCreery on her blog POP (Photographers on Photography) on the November 1st posting. Scroll for it because she is a busy lady who is continuously adding new posts as her site increases in popularity.
I had a coffee with my wife Melissa in the cafe this morning as I watched the crowds pour in for lunch. Today is day one for this show at the museum. I watched parents in a family attempt to keep the touchy hands of their youngest off of my work. I wasn't too worried but should I be expecting this so soon? The gallery manager Renee put a positive spin on it. She thought that the illusion of the work was so convincing that the kids had to touch the paintings to be convinced.