Tourism For Locals: Peeping into Savernack Gallery

Take a look!

There's a gallery in San Francisco's Mission District that is as creative with its exhibition space as it is with the one piece of artwork it puts on display each month.

This gallery has become so exclusive that people line up outside of it to catch a glimpse of the artwork but nobody is allowed to enter at all — and it's open 24 hours a day.

This is Savernack Gallery, and it is currently reaching iconic status as San Francisco's smallest gallery equipped with its voyeuristic approach that you can only see the art inside through a reverse peephole in the cerulean green tinged door.

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