In a recent article by KQED, San Francisco’s iconic art gallery and event venue is vividly captured. The piece reflects on the 111 Minna’s three-decade journey, from its early days as a haven for skaters and creatives to its current status as a cornerstone of the city’s art scene. Highlighted in the article are the diverse array of artists who have found a home at 111 Minna, including names like Jeremy Fish, Sam Flores, and Lady Mags. Their work, along with others featured in the current exhibit, pays tribute to street culture and the underground communities that define San Francisco. The KQED piece beautifully encapsulates the essence of 111 Minna – a space that not only showcases art but also fosters a sense of belonging for all who walk through its doors.

Link to the KQED article: https://www.kqed.org/arts/13936275/111-minna-30th-anniversary-show-review-jeremy-fish-alec-huxley-sam-flores-interview

Link to the 30 Year Anniversary Exhibit: https://111minnagallery.com/product-category/exhibit/30-year-anniversary/

Here’s to 30 years of artistic brilliance and to many more to come!

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