Office Gallery

Feature

Saturday, January 08, 2005

A few years ago, amid the cubicles and conference rooms of a San Francisco life insurance office, employee Sean Fletcher decided to become an after-hours curator. He showed the artwork by his friends in place of the sleepy landscapes and equestrian scenes that hung on the office walls during the day. Raquel Maria Dillon has the story.

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