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Editor's Note

Polaroid SF's raison d'être is to showcase the streets and sights of our fair city through the unique beauty of instant film. So if their premise speaks to you, you don't want to miss this one-night-only follow-up of last year's successful A Year in Polaroids exhibit. On display is a full year's worth of Polaroids — 365 images in all, each one taken with a vintage Polaroid camera. From snapshots taken with expired film to poignant black-and-white still life images, from a fishnet-clad "policewoman" at Dore Alley to Gavin Newsom at Civic Center, here are 365 ways to recall and re-imagine the City by the Bay.

Bonnie Chan, Editor

Lindsay Barenz

Polaroid SF presents Another Year in Polaroids

111 Minna Gallery
111 Minna St, San Francisco, CA