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Dec 11

PlaygroundLegends_FLYER2-copyNew Fifty24SF show, Playground Legends, opening this Saturday at 6pm.  Limited prints from O.G. Upper Playground artists including:

Brian Flynn, Greg “Craola” Simkins, Dora Drimalas, Estevan Oriol, Herbert Baglione, Jayde Fish, Jeremy Fish, Mars-1, Miss Van, Morning Breath, Munk One, Nate Van Dyke, Pez, Sam Flores, Saner and Smithe.

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Nov 07

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“CL!CKH3RE” is a giant, robotic, slop-chopped’n screwed collection of digital artworks. This body of work examines the story of the data revolution, hardware, and its subsequent connection to the internet. Eventually contemplating the obsession and addiction to being connected to the web. This is digital junk food for your eyes, CLICKHERE.
//DIGITAL WORKS BY
Franky Aguilar
//OPENING
November 8th, @ 7pm
//LOCATED
FIFTY24SF Gallery
218 Fillmore St.
 @fifty24sfgallery @upperplayground @99centbrains

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Sep 13

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If we can brave the crazy traffic, we’re heading out the the Silly Pink Bunny Funeral tonight at 6pm (corner of Haight & Laguna, SF).

The SPB & murals on the corner will be destroyed as part of new development on the block.  There are plans to replace the bunny with a new 10′ bronze bunny also in the Haight!

Fish has been posting crazy pics on his instagram of SPB statue’s wild night on the town:fishsf1

@jeremyfish

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Dec 12

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Opens tonight!

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Jul 12

Where Hearts Get Left is Fish’s first gallery show with Upper Playground in 5 years, featuring 60 new works inspired by and created as a visual love letter to the city of San Francisco. The exhibition will open on July 14, 2012 with a special afterparty at Milk Bar in Haight Ashbury, featuring a set by hip-hop artist, Edison. The exhibition runs through September 14, 2012.

For Where Hearts Get Left, Fish has prepared six paintings, four statues, fifty drawings, six screen prints, and an installation specifically created for FIFTY24SF Gallery. As well as the original artwork presented in Where Hearts Get Left, Fish has created 6 screen prints for the show, each in edition of 100 only available through FIFTY24SF Gallery. There will also be a limited edition, hand bound book featuring 50 black and white drawings, printed in an edition of 100 in a wood and leather cover, printed by Edition One Books in Berkeley, California. (UP press release)

sorry the flyer is showing up twice.  wp wants me to add a bunch of php code to make it not do that, and i’m just too tired to figure it out now…

 

Jeremy Fish’s San Francisco Mix by Edison

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Dec 29

Talib + DJ D-Sharp djing on NYE.  We’ve gotten a million reminders for this, but you’ll want to get your tickets now if you plan on going (they’re getting progressively more expensive over time).   Click the flyer for tickets…

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Oct 15

Flicks from last night’s Mayer show at Bimbo’s.  He’s currently on tour with Chromeo on the “When Night Falls” Tour.  The rest of the dates:

SAT 10/15: LOS ANGELES, CA @ Roxy
SUN 10/16: LOS ANGELES, CA @ Nokia w Empire of the Sun
MON 10/17: SAN DIEGO, CA @ House of Blues
TUE 10/18: PHOENIX, AZ @ Marquee Theatre
THU 10/20: KANSAS CITY, MO @ Midland Theater
FRI 10/21: TULSA, OK @ Cain’s Ballroom
SAT 10/22: OXFORD, MS @ The Lyric
MON 10/24: ST. LOUIS, MO @ Pageant
TUES 10/25: NASHVILLE, TN @ Cannery Ballroom
THU 10/27: RICHMOND, VA @ The National
SAT 10/29: WASHINGTON DC @ Fillmore
MON 10/31: PHILADELPHIA, PA @ Electric Factory
TUE 11/1: BOSTON, MA @ House of Blues
WED 11/2: TORONTO, ON @ Sound Academy
FRI 11/4 and SAT 11/5: NEW YORK, NY @ Terminal 5

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Sep 30

Tonight!! Go say hi to Jeffy for us…

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Sep 29

Come celebrate Bomb Hip Hop’s 20th Anniversary Friday, September 30th 9pm at

Madrone Art Bar

500 Divisadero Street @ Fell
San Francisco, CA
Free 7″s and 4xcd sets for the first 75 people!  Congrats to Dave Paul for holding it down for 20 years…

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Aug 11

Our friends at TRUE suffered a devastating fire in their men’s store on Haight Street last night.  We’d like to  encourage people to help them out by stopping by the shoe store, True Sole 1429 Haight Street, SF, True East 1335 South Main Street, Walnut Creek or online at Trueclothing.net.  They are planning on rebuilding, but they’ve got quite a big task ahead.

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