Class is Warfare photo show opening, featuring SF as you know it

nun waiting for muni by troy holden

Two of our favorite photographers in the city have joined forces tonight in an exhibit called Class is Warfare, featuring more than 100 black and white photos of San Francisco. These candid, moving depictions of our city by Troy Holden and David Root will show at Incline Gallery starting this evening. More than a third of the photos have painted overlays using watercolor, oil paint, and ink by Jarad Barkdoll and UPFUK.

Troy told us that while he and Root were hanging these photographs, a few themes emerged, including our love-it-or-hate-it public transit system. It’s hard to tell a story of living in San Francisco without Muni or BART in the background, and the photographers have captured many of these moments in transit.

Class is Warfare
Feb. 19 at 6 p.m. to March 3 at 10 p.m.
Incline Gallery
766 Valencia St between 18th and 19th (Side Gate)

Photo by Troy Holden

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