Exhibit of Street Photography by San Francisco Street Photography Group
The San Francisco Street Photography Group (SFSP) is proud to announce its second exhibition at the renowned Harvey Milk Photo Center, located in San Francisco, California. This exhibition, called “Surrounded by Reality” after a well-known quip by Jefferson Airplane guitarist Paul Kantner, aims to demonstrate the breadth, scope and skills of the group members capturing the vastness that is today’s San Francisco.
Street photography is about people. Street photographers try to capture everyday humanity in the midst of a “Defining Moment”, hoping for the odd candidly taken shot with perfect timing that says it all in a single frame. The effect of such a photograph is to call attention to the often overlooked instances around us in our daily life, or to resonate with a viewer as a familiar moment in their life, or to provoke the viewer to stop and question their own social perspectives.
“Surrounded by Reality” aims to feature one photograph from each participating SFSP member. In addition, the gallery alcove will feature “SFSP Photogs In Action”: candid snapshots of SFSP photographers exercising their craft! Photos of photographers photographing are always fun and are a good spark for conversation.
Visit the Exhibit Catalog for SFSP’s prior exhibition held at the Harvey Milk Photo Center in December 2016 to learn more about SFSP members and their artwork.
Opening Reception: April 13 @ 5:30PM – 8PM
Show Dates: April 13 – May 12, 2017
Venue: Harvey Milk Photo Center. 50 Scott Street, San Francisco, CA 94117
- Michael Kirscshner
- Jim Watkins
- RE Casper
- Dennis Englander
- Dave Christensen, Director and Curator of the Harvey Milk Photo Center
About the San Francisco Street Photography Group
Organized in late 2013, SFSP is an active community of visual artists that share a common passion for street photography in the City and County of San Francisco. The group offers a platform that enables Bay Area street photographers to share their work, insights and experiences documenting life in the City, and build personal ties. This community brings together – both virtually and personally – a wide range of experience within the genre from which all members benefit.
All Proceeds go to Gallery Lighting Project:
Our Gallery Lighting project was created so that future exhibits can be properly illuminated, showcasing the incredible photography being created in our community. Your generous support & donation of any amount is greatly appreciated & needed to reach our goal”.
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