Though FiDi restaurant Schroeders may be the West Coast’s oldest German restaurant, it’s never had an art opening and reception like this before. SF photographers Travis Jensen (a friend of the Appeal and member of the All City collective) and Josh Sullivan (we don’t know the guy but we’re sure he’s great) have teamed up to display their latest artistic endeavors in their show, “The Streets of San Francisco.”
Beautiful black and white, as well as crisply colored photography showcases landscapes, urban scenes, and candid shots of the City. Items as simple as apartment gates and storefront windows are rendered in such a way as to make you look twice at what you’re walking through day in and day out.
Thursday kicks off the photo show with a reception at 6pm. You can RSVP via facebook here.
What: The Streets of San Francisco: Photos By Travis Jensen and Josh Sullivan show opening
When: Thursday, June 30 from 6pm-10pm
Where: Schroeders Restaurant: 240 Front St, between California & Sacramento St.
Cost: Free to get in, although Schroeders does charge for food/drinks. We recommend the potato salad.
Photo of “Mistress Liliane Hunt and her puppy Tyke”: Travis Jensen
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