For the month of October our new gallery on 140 Vesta St. will be hosting Tri-X-Noise, a killer exhibit featuring photographs by Bill Daniel, the SF based photo collective Hamburger Eyes as well as Jai Tanju and his photo project Film Por Vida. All three of these photographers are on the top shelf for documenting sub/street/skate/DIY culture. Seriously, just click on those links.
Bill Daniel will be showing black and white photographs documenting the punk and skate scene of the early ’80′s as well images from his projects involving hobo monikers, street graffiti of the ’90′s and bike culture. Hamburger Eyes will be exhibiting works from their 10-year-running photo zine and distro. Also Jai Tanju will have pieces from his photo exchange program Film Por Vida, which features printed photographs from hundreds of street and skate photographers worldwide.
In addition to the exhibit, Bill Daniel will be screening Who Is Bozo Texino? at the Holland Project Gallery. For $5 you will have a chance to see Daniel’s award winning film shot on 16 and 8mm film as well as participate in a discussion and Q&A will Daniel, Potes and Tanju about their photo projects. This is an awesome chance to meet and learn from three photographers that are making their passions their lives.
If you don't know Bill's work do yourself a favour and check it out, I love his hobo graffiti project Moniker
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