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On View: 111 Minna’s 20th Anniversary Group Show

Artist: Josh Keyes Josh Keyes San Francisco's 111 Minna Gallery celebrated its 20th anniversary last Friday with a mega-group show featuring an extensive roster of artists. Surviving and thriving as a gallery for two decades is a proud accomplishment, and to mark the occasion, they invited the likes of Jennybird Alcantara, Brett Amory, Jeremy Fish, Josh Keyes, Oliver Vernon, Ron English, Todd Schorr, Doze Green, Miss Van and many others to participate in the exhibition. San Francisco-based publishers Last Gasp, who are responsible for the publication of a wide variety of art books and underground comic anthologies, co-sponsored the event. Take a look at some of the work in the group show after the jump.

Artist: Josh Keyes

Josh Keyes

San Francisco’s 111 Minna Gallery celebrated its 20th anniversary last Friday with a mega-group show featuring an extensive roster of artists. Surviving and thriving as a gallery for two decades is a proud accomplishment, and to mark the occasion, they invited the likes of Jennybird Alcantara, Brett Amory, Jeremy Fish, Josh Keyes, Oliver Vernon, Ron English, Todd Schorr, Doze Green, Miss Van and many others to participate in the exhibition. San Francisco-based publishers Last Gasp, who are responsible for the publication of a wide variety of art books and underground comic anthologies, co-sponsored the event. Take a look at some of the work in the group show below.

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Brett Amory

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Chor Boogie

Ricky Powell

Ricky Powell

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Oliver Vernon

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Miss Van

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Kim Cogan

Jeremy Fish

Jeremy Fish

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Charlie Cartwright

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Doze Green

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