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This Place Never Gets Old 

Wednesday, Sep 30 2009
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We’re film nerds; we love the illegal film called Los Angeles Plays Itself, which uses unauthorized clips from nearly every major motion picture that features the city. It’s a neat, smart, beautiful movie, so “San Francisco Plays Itself,” a new art exhibition, calls to us. It's the first of two parts of a 35th Anniversary Exibition, and features San Francisco-related art from both now and then, made by John Chiara, Mark Citret, Judy Dater, Kota Ezawa, Alex Fradkin, Jona Frank, Richard Gilles, Jim Goldberg, Katy Grannan, John Harding, Chauncey Hare, Christina Koci Hernandez, Zig Jackson, Michael Jang, Keba Konte, Annie Leibovitz, Ken Light, Ari Marcopoulos, Mary Ellen Mark, Ken Miller, Richard Misrach, Abelardo Morell, Dan Nicoletta, Catherine Opie, Michael Rauner, Alice Shaw, Shi Guorui, Larry Sultan, Sergio De La Torre, Tseng Kwong Chi, and Catherine Wagner.
Sept. 10-Oct. 31, 2009

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