A San Francisco native, Catharine Clark has lived abroad in London, Bologna, (Italy), and in Philadelphia, where she attended the University of Pennsylvania. She has guest lectured at universities, museums, and other institutions throughout the United States and Canada. Between 1999 and 2002 she taught a professional practices course at the San Francisco Art Institute. In 2006 she authored an essay for and edited the monograph, Ascending Chaos: The Art of Masami Teraoka 1966-2006, published by Chronicle Books. The gallery and other publishers have also published numerous catalogues and monographs edited or authored by Ms. Clark. A member of the San Francisco Art Dealer’s Association since 1994, and Yerba Buena Alliance since 1997, Ms. Clark serves on the board of ZER01: The Art and Technology Network. She is an advisory board member to: SF Recycling & Disposal, Inc.’s artist-in-residency program, and San Francisco Arts Education Project.
Anton Stuebner is Associate Director of Sales at Catharine Clark Gallery. He is also a Staff Writer at San Francisco-based online periodical Art Practical whose columns and reviews examine the intersections of queer representation, critical race, and visual cultures around bodies. He has presented research through Queer Conversation on Culture and the Arts (QCCA), the Midwest Interdisciplinary Graduate Conference at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, and the Visual and Critical Studies Graduate Symposium at California College of the Arts. In 2016, Anton was selected for the Emerging Scholars Program through QCCA, an ongoing collaboration between the Queer Cultural Center, California College of the Arts, and the University of California, Berkeley’s College of Environment Design. He was also awarded a 2015-2016 Project Index Fellowship through the Kadist Art Foundation. He holds a Master of Arts in Visual and Critical Studies from California College of the Arts and a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of California, Berkeley.
Jennie is the Registrar at Catharine Clark Gallery and a recent graduate of UC Berkeley, where she studied art history with an emphasis in modern and contemporary art and photography. She wrote her undergraduate honors thesis on narratives of desire and representations of gender in the self-portrait photographs of Nagashima Yurie, the leader of the Girl Photography movement in 1990s Japan. Jennie grew up in Fort Worth, Texas, where she learned to love art through frequent trips to The Modern and Kimbell Art Museum. When she’s not at the gallery, you can find Jennie in Berkeley, wandering around Moe’s Books or meeting for tea at Asha Tea House on University Ave.