Tuesday, October 26, 2010


Glean E. Friedmand and Shepard Fairey art reception.
941 Geary Gallory
San Franicsco

Opening reception 6-9 PM - November 6th.

Glen E. Friedman is one of the most significant photographers of his generation. His images of the early Dogtown skateboarders in the late 1970s along with the burgeoning hip-hop and punk rock scenes of the 80s and 90s have made him one of the most important photographers today. With the uncanny ability to capture images of people whose subculture was about to change the world, his subjects range from Jay Adams and Tony Alva to Run DMC, Public Enemy and the Beastie Boys to Minor Threat and Black Flag, among many others. Over the years, Friedman has been able to capture the moments of the movements that defined an era. This has cemented his place in history as an uncompromising, extremely gifted artist.


Opening Reception November 6th 2010, 6-9pm
Showing through December 31, 2010


  1. The clothes are awesome. The shopping experience is NOT--when the hovering "loss prevention" person follows you from 5 or 10 feet away and checks every piece of clothing you have looked at. I was ready to spend HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS there, and I was dressed neatly and was with my husband. But that b1tch ruined my shopping day--also, my DAY OFF! She also has some of the most hideous caterpillar eyebrows I have ever seen. They made me want to throw up. If she wanted to profile someone, she should profile herself! She looks like she hangs out with the heroin whores who actually do come in to the store to STEAL. I will just have to shop online from now on!!!!!!!!!!!!