Pamela Kramlich's Pacific Heights mansion flickers with ghostly figures. Above the massive stone fireplace, the video art superstar Matthew Barney prances across a TV screen in his nightmare guise a goatman in an immaculate white suit. A tangle of black struts and conduits tumbles down the center of the stairwell, punctuated by speakers, laserdisc players, and tiny TV screens. In a video loop, students forever march on Tiananmen Square, singing hopeful songs, and are forever shot down... More >>>
Pamela Kramlich's private art collection is displayed on flat-screen TVs, not in gilded frames.