“Snobody” is McCarthy’s first solo exhibition in Europe and features sculpture, drawings, and new paintings made with house and spray paints, colored pencil, and liquid graphite. In some works, abstract forms begin to resemble specific, often female-oriented, folk art practices, such as quilting and weaving. Other more minimal, gestural works share slapdash mark-making with graffiti, as loose-handed strokes sit restlessly against neutral backgrounds. The works are painted on found wood, which McCarthy uses both practically—as a surface to work on—and as a way in which to reject the conventions of traditional painting on white canvas with exclusive materials. Despite the changed face of today’s Mission District, “Snobody” seems to whisper to the viewer that the nonconformist eccentrics of yesterday’s San Francisco are still around and have something to say.