Flashback! Take A Peek At S.F. In The '60s At This Brand-New Exhibit

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Can't get enough San Francisco street style? We can't, either. Which is why we're especially hyped for this new exhibit hitting de Young today.
It was the summer of 1964 when the young photographer Arthur Tress captured the streets of San Francisco at their most exciting time. And starting today, all of Tress' snapshots will be displayed in the must-see exhibit, Arthur Tress: San Francisco 1964 , a show that invites San Franciscans to relive the times of loaded hippies, Civil Rights protests, and eccentric city details (and style!) through the eyes of one of street photography's earliest talents.
Want to hear what it was like documenting such turbulent times? If you can get your act together before 2 p.m., Tress himself will be sitting down for a live conversation about his work, followed by a book signing. We are so all over this one.
When: Saturday, March 3, 2 p.m. Exhibit runs through Sunday, June 3.
Where: de Young Museum, Golden Gate Park; 415-750-3600.
Photo: Via Arthur Tress/de Young Museum.

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