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Jonathan Carver Moore presents Kacy Jung: The Weight of Souls

March 23 | 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

On March 23rd, Jonathan Carver Moore will debut his new contemporary art gallery with the inaugural exhibition The Weight of Souls by multi-disciplinary Bay Area artist Kacy Jung. The opening is free with RSVP at the button below.

The exhibition is Jung’s response to the societal pressure she’s received as a woman, an Asian immigrant, and a former scientist. Each of the works, which the artist refers to as photo sculptures, is composed of mixed media and addresses the different stages in the process of empowering, healing, and setting herself free, along with redefining her identity for herself rather than by external expectations.

Adjacent to the ground floor of the LINE SF at Turk and Market, the new gallery space is next door to Tenderheart.


Jonathan Carver Moore is a contemporary art gallerist who specializes in working with emerging and established artists who are BIPOC, LGBTQ+, and women. As the only openly gay, Black male-owned gallery in San Francisco, Jonathan is committed to amplifying the voices of often-underrepresented artists through a Black queer lens. He believes in community and accessibility. Whether for a novice or an avid collector, Jonathan’s keen vision helps him advance the beauty of diversity in all aspects of the art world.

Currently the Development Chair at Root Division, a visual arts nonprofit, Jonathan also serves on the advisory council at Black [Space] Residency, a residency program for Black creatives, curators, and writers. He has interviewed a spectrum of artists, including visual activist Zanele Muholi for Frieze magazine and others for digital art journal ARTUCATED.

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