In the wake of the Great Recession in America and the wobbling Euro due to the high finance shenanigans, arts organizations have been under more pressure than usual for a while now. Not long ago, I attended an event to celebrate the new space in San Francisco for SF Camerawork and found myself in great company with the photo folk of the Bay Area, including Darius Himes of Fraenkel Gallery, SFMOMA curator Erin O’Toole, curator and critic Abigail Solomon-Godeau, photographers Ken Light, Judy Dater, Bob Dawson, Luckas Felzman and other luminaries.
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