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Street All-Stars 

Wednesday, Jan 29 2014
Each is a standout Bay Area artist. Each is as comfortable in the street doing public work as he is painting and exhibiting inside a gallery. Eddie Colla, Hugh Leeman, and D Young V share an aesthetic vision that is undeniable, and now they're sharing the space at 111 Minna Gallery, starting with a 5 p.m. reception February 7. Colla, Leeman, and D Young V have collaborated before but this is their first significant exhibition at the downtown San Francisco venue that displays artists' work with keen veneration. On display through March 29, the exhibit promises to be one of 2014's most memorable gallery collaborations — a kind of all-star gathering where the art and the attitude go hand-in-hand.
Mondays-Fridays. Starts: Feb. 7. Continues through March 29, 2014

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