international artists. Her gallery began in Hayes Valley in the early 1990s, subsequently moving to 49 Geary Street in April of 1995, and moving in 2007 to her current space, 150 Minna Street. The 2,500 square foot ground floor space with two large galleries is a neighbor to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA). The gallery includes a dedicated media room that's uncommon to most gallery spaces in San Francisco. In recent years, she established a pop-up exhibition space in a residential apartment in New York's Chelsea district for her East Coast clientele. It has been said that Clark injected a bit of New York into Minna Street. Yet, she wholly believes that San Francisco has a tremendous art community and notes regionalism exists in all places. In order to defy such insularity, exposure depends upon creating and building a community that can execute on a national and global scale.
Alongside utilizing technology to gain a broader audience, local art fairs allow the community to become much more involved. For this reason, San Francisco is rife with potential and ready to be seen as a place for cultural exchange. Clark asserts, "We have a lot of the ingredients already in place that make for a vibrant art scene… We could use more press for the art scene that reaches a national or international audience so