With all of these as the tip of the iceberg of the banquet table, Underground espouses an interesting mix of aesthetic works that limber toward giving artists their due leeway to explore riskier ideas and concepts. Underground has concluded a brilliant year with a roster of almost a double dozen shows, a prolific resume for any upstart or even established gallery to follow. On an offbeat day, a visitor can walk into the gallery and catch owner de Castro and close colleagues listening to vinyls on hi-fi turntables and amps, talking about the recesses of the liner notes that go with these records. Then in a flash bit, the art biz is on the agenda.
It is easy to call the Underground home.