A stellar show of textile work by seven woefully overlooked Bay Area artists is currently on view at James Cohan Gallery. Beautifully curated by Jenelle Porter, “A Line Can Go Anywhere” pivots around the works of Trude Guermonprez and Ed Rossbach, two influential artists and teachers whose innovative techniques and tireless experimentation with new materials weaves like a thread through the works of the other artists in the show. Center stage, suspended onto a rectangular white platform, are four elegant hanging sculptures by Guermonprez and her student Kay Sekimachi which recall the work of Ruth Asawa who receives credit for the title of the exhibition. Other standouts include a magnificent tapestry by Terri Friedman who lovingly joins two sumptuous four-foot-wide panels with a simple matrimonial knot; works by Josh Faught who combines traditional craft techniques with unconventional materials; Alexandra Jacopetti Hart’s “Nebulae” which channels a softer Bauhaus-style; and the minimalist weavings of Ruth Laskey. At James Cohan though October 14.