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Jesse Hazelip at the SFMoMA

Jesse Hazelip has been quite the busy buffalo since we last visited him in HF Vol. 14. Following a massive solo show at White Walls in San Francisco, Hazelip has turned his bombers and birds to the City by the Bay's other art institution, the SFMoMA. The museum, who has prominently featured such Bay Area legends as Barry McGee and Mike Shine in recent months have given full reign of their window installation space to the young street artist, allowing him to maintain his street aesthetic while still bringing his work indoors, albeit by just a couple feet.

Jesse Hazelip has been quite the busy buffalo since we last visited him in HF Vol. 14. Following a massive solo show at White Walls in San Francisco, Hazelip has turned his bombers and birds to the City by the Bay’s other art institution, the SFMoMA. The museum, who has prominently featured such Bay Area legends as BarryMcGee and Mike Shine in recent months have given full reign of theirwindow installation space to the young street artist, allowing him tomaintain his street aesthetic while still bringing his work indoors,albeit by just a couple feet.

Jesse Hazelip and assistant Gustavo Lisama Jr.

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