Galleries in South San Francisco


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  • The Studio Shop
    We are an art and framing shop with locations in Burlingame and San Mateo. Last year, we turned 95 years young and are staffed with some of the most creative and knowledgeable people around.
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    244 Primrose Rd
    Burlingame, CA US
  • Paul Mahder Gallery
    Paul Mahder Gallery showcases contemporary works of art and every two months, presents new exhibits created by painters, sculptors, and photographers from around the globe. Opened in conjunction with the gallery in 2007, Paul Mahder Framing extends the shop's services into the realm of preservation, helping customers artfully safeguard keepsakes without having to freeze them in a mixture of finger-paint and carbonite. Head designer Richard Plagmann and expert framer Jonathan W. Wind join forces to encase a wide range of items, from 3-D objects and family portraits to oversized mementos. They also offer complementary onsite consultations, and every project is completed in house. After 8 years, Paul Mahder Gallery has relocated a few doors west of their original location and customers are invited to stop by and see their new space.
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    3378 Sacramento St.
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Mission: Comics and Art
    It’s not everyone who can flip through comics and see a unique art form, but Leef Smith, the owner of Mission: Comics & Art, makes that connection. Leef grew up on a steady diet of Star Wars, X-Men, and Crisis on Infinite Earths—and when the dotcom bust ended his career in the internet industry, it was to superheroes he returned. He founded his comic store and art gallery, where a collection of just-released comic books and displayed artwork form a hub of creativity. Keeping to his communal missive, Leef rents out graphic novels—the lending library currently consists of roughly 120 books—and holds monthly comic book club meet-ups.
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    3520 20th St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Red Union Salon
    Stylists at Red Union Salon wield products from lines such as Phyto, Logics for Matrix, Redken, and Goldwell to add layers of color or imbue strands with rich shine. Like the world’s slowest carousel, colorful displays of local art rotate every season, and houseplants and hardwood floors imbue the space with an apartment-like feel. Besides trimming tresses, hair helpers can also sweep strands into updos for weddings and or long, looped braids for hands-free lasso contests.
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    1996 Union St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Dolce Amore
    According to the owners of Dolce Amore, their story began when a man's gift of gelato stirred so much passion in his sweetheart that she gave him their first kiss. Perhaps that's why the intimate cafe puts so much love into its sweets. Bakers craft a range of delicate French pastries and cakes, which are served alongside creamy Italian gelato and artisan chocolate. And yet not all of the kitchen's offerings are sweet: house made waffles, crepe omelets, crab-wich sandwiches, and a croque monsieur are all available. And each one of these dishes can be washed down with Illy coffee, or a small selection of international wines and beers. In addition to food, Dolce Amore also serves art: its walls showcase a gallery of works by international artists. Though most of these are paintings, special exhibitions have also featured hand-made accessories and priceless sculptures, like a pure-gold statue of a broke college student eating noodles in a Styrofoam cup.
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    1477 Van Ness Avenue
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Yerba Buena Center For the Arts
    Yerba Buena Center for the Arts presents contemporary art that celebrates human diversity while emphasizing young and emerging artists. Besides perks such as members-only ticket specials and a subscription to the museum?s monthly newsletter, each membership offers a year of gallery admission to exhibits such as TechnoCRAFT, Yves B?har?s exploration of the narrowing gap between designers and consumers in modern design trends. In Nothing Related, but Something Could Be Associated, Koki Tanaka uses everyday objects in unexpected ways to create playful, unexpected sculptures that will later be fired into space to deflect 1999 RQ36. Yoshua Ok?n's US exhibit features videos that delight, shock, and astound viewers with improvised performances that were recorded in collaboration with his audience.
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    701 Mission St
    San Francisco, CA US
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