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Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Watch Photographer Glen Friedman and Artist Shepard Fairey Discuss Punk and Hip-Hop in San Francisco

Posted By on Wed, Dec 1, 2010 at 10:51 AM

Jello Biafra of the Dead Kennedys in a photo by Glen Friedman
  • Jello Biafra of the Dead Kennedys in a photo by Glen Friedman
We were pretty stoked about pioneering punk, hip-hop, and skate photographer Glen E. Friedman's current show at San Francisco's 941 Geary -- and we weren't the only ones. Burning Flags Press and director Colin M. Day interviewed Friedman and artist Shepard Fairey at the opening of the exhibit, and made it into a cool video. Subtly entitled "Fuck You All," Friedman's runs through the end of the year at 941 Geary. Though it has traveled all over the world, the short video explains why San Francisco is an especially good place to see it.

Fans of local music will note the numerous pictures of Jello Biafra and the Dead Kennedys, as well as Friedman's shot of Rick Blackhart, a prime Nor-Cal skater from the early days of the sport. Along with that are his classic images of Black Flag, Public Enemy, and others. Watch Friedman and Fairey discuss them in the high quality video below.


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