SF Weekly interviews 100 people in San Francisco arts and culture.
No. 96: Margaret Tedesco
Step into the intimate surrounds of [ 2nd floor projects ] on a Sunday afternoon and you are guaranteed to find something inspiring. It might be a suite of paintings by Luke Butler that illuminates his obsession with Star Trek, an old photo album belonging to the late Curt McDowell containing poignant mementos of 1970s San Francisco, or documentation of Jill Miller's project in which she trained as a private eye to then investigate art collectors. The space (and its refreshing breadth of programming) owes its existence to artist/curator Margaret Tedesco, a longtime San Francisco resident known for her curatorial eye and her commitment to local artists and writers.