Jerome Caja's Gallerist in San Francisco
Paule Anglim loved Jerome and was one of his biggest supporters. She was the first in the contemporary art world to recognize his importance outside the counter-culture gay world. Gallery Paule Anglim has been representing Jerome since the early 90's.
Paule was so excited when she found out that I was making a feature documentary on Jerome. Paule did something for me very early on that I will never forget. She immediately took me under her wing and offered support. When it finally came time to launch The Jerome Project website, Paule knew how nervous I was about going public. She and her team (Ed Gilbert, Christine Ancalmo, Shannon Trimble, Travis Collinson) backed me by throwing a Jerome Project launch party in tandem with a new fundraiser exhibition of Jerome's work. Paule was the catalyst and impetus for me going public when I did. Just a few months later, Paule passed away, and the San Francisco art scene changed forever.
Paule, thank you for your friendship, trust, and help. I miss you dearly!
SF Weekly - Culture & Arts (Wednesday, May 6, 2015)
Anglim-philia: SF's Art World Remembers Paule Anglim
By Jonathan Curiel
SF Gate - Arts & Entertainment (Tuesday, April 14, 2015)
Longtime S.F. gallery owner Paule Anglim dies
By Kenneth Baker and Sam Whiting
SF Gate - Arts & Entertainment (Friday, April 3, 2015)
Appreciation: The irreplaceable Paule Anglim
By Kenneth Baker
by Anthony Cianciolo