Wednesday, December 15, 2004

Blog scoop: Incoming District 5 Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi says he'll carry on the art reception tradition started by Matt Gonzalez. Mirkarimi wants to keep the monthy gallery going, possibly expanding it to the literary world as well. "I really like what Matt had ignited and it's worthy of our support and continuation," he said. ... On Barry McGee's "Smash the State" piece behind the supervisor's desk, Mirkarimi said he thinks he has no say on whether to repaint the office walls, but likes the work. "It's art and politics. Art and politics collide, it's great." ...

3 comments:

  1. Anonymous9:04 PM

    Another reason to move out of San Francisco. Shit politicians running a second hand town.

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  2. Anonymous6:37 PM

    Going to be hard to defend yourself against the state if you don't have any guns. . . .

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  3. Anonymous5:36 PM

    Great. Another Marxist Supervisor who considers vandelism art. Gonzalez should be arrested for allowing this to happen to city property.

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