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Culture, Art Know Your Street Art: Mojo Man, 1 Clarion Alley

Know Your Street Art: Mojo Man, 1 Clarion Alley

In San Francisco's most acclaimed alley for street art, it's stood out for almost two decades. Mojo Man is transfixing and flat-out strange — a portrait of a man with out-of-proportion limbs and an out-of-place demeanor. Kenneth Huerta put up…
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Calendar, Night&Day Mission Art Goes Uptown

Mission Art Goes Uptown

From the deconstructed superheroes of Aaron Noble to the politic salvos of Balmy Alley, the artistic legacy of the Mission District is rich enough to draw comparisons to both New York’s East Village and Paris’ Left Bank. Street Art San…
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Best Public Art Space

Clarion Alley Between Valencia and Mission, 17th and 18th streets Whether we're talking about Ray Patlán's Balmy Alley Project or Andrew Schoultz and Aaron Noble's Lexington Street mural, the Mission District is home to one of the most vibrant…
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News, Feature Graffiti to Gallery

Graffiti to Gallery

Beginning shortly after Christmas 2001 and running into the new year, Andrew Schoultz changed a long, drearily gray wall in Hayes Valley into a delightful, off-kilter universe, one in which distressed giraffes with airplane propellers tied to their stomachs floated…
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Clarion Call

Because it's located between Valencia and Mission and 17th and 18th streets, the Clarion Alley Mural Project (CAMP) is both literally and metaphorically suspended in the midst of San Francisco's fierce debate about gentrification. The project started in October of…
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