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Anthony Kurtz Photo Show with FREE Wine and Beer

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If you remember, a little while back the Dickerman Prints Gallery had that badass show of Baron Wolman’s photos.  Apparently they are pretty into things that are awesome and are having an opening party on Wednesday night for Anthony Kurtz’s new photo show, “It All Came So Close to Never Happening”.  I’ve know Anthony for a few years from just running into him around town.  Our mutual friend Gaelle introduced me to his work a long time ago and I’ve been into it ever since.  He’s damn good at shooting things with a camera.

And as if looking at dope photography wasn’t enough for you, the Dickerman peeps are throwing down for some beer and wine to make sure you have a great time.  That kinda rhymed.  Oh wait, so did that.  I’m gonna stop while I’m ahead.

Anthony Kurtz Photo Show Opening Party
Dickerman Prints Gallery
3180 17th St. @ South Van Ness
[Mission]
Wednesday, 3/10
6-9 pm
FREE Wine and Beer

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1 Comment

  1. Shana Solinsky
    March 9, 2010 at 8:03 pm

    I’m really looking forward to this opening. I’m a huge fan of Kurtz work. Was planning on going, free booze or not…but what a nice incentive for those on the fence. It will most definitely be a great time! See you Wednesday.