San Francisco

Open Show SF #80 Street Photo Jam w/ StreetFoto 2016

June 9th, 2016

07:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Joe Goode Annex

499 Alabama Street #150 San Francisco, CA 94110

Open Show SF has teamed up with StreetFoto 2016 to bring you six presenters chronicling unique perspectives of our city's streets and beyond.

Rock the streets at our evening show at the fantastic Joe Goode Annex!

7-7:30pm Registration, Food & Drinks
7:30-9pm Presenter stories w/ audience Q&A
9-10pm Conversation & drinks

StreetFoto is an annual international festival that aims to be the world's largest event dedicated entirely to the art of street photography. Their inaugural gathering from June 8-12 features exhibits, awards, workshops, parties, pub-crawls, portfolio reviews, photowalks, lectures, film screenings, gallery openings, book signings, and contest curation by internationally-known photographers from around the world.



Chasing The Hatman

Koci Hernandez

It's not a fashion statement and it's not about the hats themselves.. I'm searching for the father I never had and in a twisted way a man in a fedora is the ideal 1950's stereotype of a father figure. I keep coming back to the streets, searching and searching....


Along My Way

Erin Lubin

These are images Erin made using her iPhone while traveling for work or pleasure. She tends to use her iPhone rather than DSLRs when doing street photography, especially in foreign places, because it allows Erin to feel less encumbered. She also loves that she can shoot, edit and share quickly.


Places Between

Amy Osborne

This is an ongoing project that began while commuting on San Francisco’s city trains and buses. Amy is looking for beauty found in the moments where we are neither here nor there.


Now Here Nowhere

Ben Molina

The images in Now Here/Nowhere examine the geographic space of the everyday world, and the boundaries of what can be known about the world we inhabit. They highlight the collision of disparate elements in otherwise ordinary places, reflecting Ben's own feelings of being lost in an ambiguous world.



Troy Holden

Troy has spent the past few years walking a 5 or 6 block stretch of Mid Market Street, shooting before and after work with the occasional lunchtime break. On the weekends he spends up to 2-3 hours per day hitting the streets - these are the results of those walks.