Art Notes: One Space, Galleries: Ratio 3 And Capital

By Lydia ChávezThe door to Ratio 3 opens from Mission Street, near McDonald’s, offering a juxtaposition of art and urban pop.
Flow through the gallery and another door connects to Capital, a three-month old gallery with an entrance on Lilac Alley.
“There’s is a great dialogue happening between both galleries, they’re showing young contemporary art which is what we are doing and we have similar audiences,” said Perez, a graduate of the California College of the Arts.
The new space opened when Chris Perez, the owner of the Ratio3, decided to rent a portion of his 5,000 square feet of gallery and office space to Bob Linder, a curator he has known for years, he said.
Both have terrific shows up now.

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