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Arthur Tress: San Francisco 1964 opens at the de Young Museum in San Francisco

3 years agoArts : Artdaily

SAN FRANCISCO, CA.- In the summer of 1964, San Francisco was ground zero for a historic culture clash as the site of both the 28th Republican National Convention (the ?Goldwater Convention?) and the launch of the Beatles? first North American tour. The young photographer Arthur Tress arrived at this opportune moment in the city?s history and found himself in the midst of large-scale civil rights demonstrations and chaotic political pageantry.
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14 Reasons To Love Arthur Tress' San Francisco 1964

United States / San Francisco : SFist (3 years ago)

In the summer of 1964, just before San Francisco turned into an epicenter of groovy vibes, a 23-year-old Arthur Tress traveled by bus from Mexico to San Francisco to visit his sister. Thank God he did. Otherwise we might not have ha... Read Post

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Arts : Hyperallergic (2 years ago)

Earlier this spring, the de Young Museum exhibited recently uncovered work by photographer Arthur Tress. In 2009, while sorting through the belongings of his recently deceased sister, Tress found a number of prints and more than nin... Read Post

Critically-acclaimed photographer's early work on exhibit at RoseGallery

Arts : Artdaily (2 years ago)

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