Secondhand is the current exhibition at Pier 24, up until May, 2015. It features the work of over a dozen artists whose work is based on the appropriation of pre-existing photographs. Admission is free, but you need a reservation. At 28,000 square feet, Pier 24 is the largest photography-only venue in the world. It was founded by retired San Francisco investment advisor Andy Pilara, and much of the work on display comes from his extensive collection. If you missed the last couple of shows, you can buy the gallery guides from Pier 24, or take a look at the catalogs on line posted by Chris McCall, the director: A Sense of Place (7/1/13 to 5/1/14), About Face (5/15/12-4/30/13)
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