There's a reason 111 Minna has been open for twenty years. Consistently showing good work and hosting fun events with a helpful and friendly staff is never a bad business model. To celebrate the space and two decades of raising the bar as a gallery, they opened their doors to a ton of people who came out to enjoy it all.
As Indian summer has finally hit here in SF, that meant a hot and sticky crowd, but no one seemed to mind as they rubbed elbows with the best and brightest that the Bay Area art world has to offer. Complete with work from over 50 artists, this show spans the first 20 years of Minna's existence and if they keep going at this rate, they'll have to expand when they celebrate 25 and 30. No matter what the future may bring, this space has rooted itself firmly, and will only be growing from here. PHOTOS
Doze Gree, Sylvia Ji, Ferris Plock and Kelly Tunstall
Bringing out the anniversary cake.
Doze Green, Dave Kinsey, and John Trippe
Ricky Powell photo of those guys... whoever they are.
Everyone was very excited about this Robert Williams
Work by Henry Lewis
Crowd out to support, drink with social good vibes.
Work by Jay Howell
Beautiful work by David Choong Lee
Awesome Doze Green
Work by Kelly Tunstall and Ferris Plock
Beautiful painting by Eric White
Congrats, 111 Minna. Here's to another 20 years!
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