Pier 24, in San Francisco, has opened Second Hand this fall, a new exhibition exploring reuse and collection of vernacular images by great artists, new talents and common people. Chris McCall, the founding director and curator of the art space, sat down to talk about its beginning, this current event and his personal vision of photography.
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