“Something for Everyone” Dresses Up Dark and Kinky With Shiny and Pretty in New Gallery

The area around Sixth and Market is changing. Known as one of the most poverty-stricken parts of the city, Central Market has seen a recent surge of new businesses moving in alongside old stalwarts. The neighborhood is peppered with indie shops and boutiques, restaurants, and a host of cultural organizations. Among the newest galleries is Satellite66. Since opening in August, the space has hosted a string of forward-thinking exhibitions by the likes of Fernando Orellana and Anja Leonora Ulfeldt. It recently served as the center of a “200 Yards” show, featuring photographs that captured the complexities of life within 200 yards of the gallery. The newest exhibit opens tonight (Friday), “Gregory Eltringham: Something for Everyone,” and gives the district another strong cultural jolt.

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