Vanishing Point, the 7-person show of 3.9 Collective members on view at the JCCSF through September, opened this Sunday with a reception of 100 visitors, the artists, curator, and staff of the JCCSF. Also on Sunday, the show was featured in The San Francisco Chronicle’s week highlights.

Vanishing point explores proposals for the survival of black people and artists in the city of San Francisco and seeks to open a conversation about black history and the future of black populations here. Included are works by Rodney Ewing, Jacqueline Francis, Mark Harris, Virginia Jourdan, Rhiannon Evans MacFadyen, Michael Ross, and Ron Moultrie Saunders; curated by John Zarobell. A brochure of the show is also available through the center.

Vanishing Point
JCCSF Katz Snyder Gallery
May – September 2017
Curated by John Zarobell

Rodney Ewing
Jacqueline Francis
Mark Harris
Virginia Jourdan
Rhiannon Evans MacFadyen
Michael Ross
Ron Moultrie Saunders

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