Generally the trend toward southern migration is a seasonal affair, but for Jancar Jones Gallery, they made only one, final, journey south. Hailing from the romantically foggy peninsula of San Francisco, the gallery now lays warm in a desolate, sun-soaked stretch of north Broadway in Chinatown. Its intra-state relocation stays true to the two owners’ interest in engaging regional art. Their arc of exhibited works leans towards the soft, sparse and curiously graphic—most of which interplay formal, material and spatial logic. The gallery owners support pieces with understated presence and with unsaturated visual power that beckon closer introspection.