First Thursday at 49 Geary with the Beautiful and the Braless

It was a quieter first Thursday at 49 Geary than some others in recent memory, which I'm going to chalk up to the glorious weather outside rather than lack of excitement inside. The fourth floor enjoyed something closer to a party atmosphere due to two notable openings, Fan Ho's “A Hong Kong Memoir” at Modernbook Gallery and Isa Leshko's “Thrills and Chills” at Corden Potts, as well as the continuing buzz around Richard Learoyd's acclaimed “Presences” at Fraenkel.

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