During a brisk constitutional on Second Street in SoMa yesterday, your Bernalwood editor stumbled across a rather gorgeous photo exhibit in the parking lot across the street from the (so classic) Adolph Gasser Photography store at 181 Second.
It’s a series of photos wheatpasted onto the parking lot’s brick walls, and it looks fantastic. The show is called “City at Large,” and wouldn’t you know it… Bernal neighbor and superstar street photographer Troy Holden, a resident of Cortlandia, has a few images on display.
That’s Troy’s work, in the photo above. Beautiful!
Check out Neighbor Troy’s photos if you’re taking a constitutional on Second Street, or peep his feed online.
PHOTO: Troy Holden’s photography on display in City at Large, by Telstar Logistics
3 thoughts on “Bernal Street Photographer Exhibits Work in Glamorous SoMa Parking Lot”
I walk by there every day (twice, even!) … will take a look. Go Bernal!
That brick wall is a perfect spot to exhibit the photos. Looks like gallery space, actually.
Nice work, Troy. One of the photos looked familiar, and I realized that a friend had pointed me to it on Flickr a few months ago.
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