Jeremy Fish & Miss Van Exhibition at FIFTY24SF Gallery

French artist Miss Van will present new works entitled “Still A Little Magic” tomorrow

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French artist Miss Van will present new works entitled “Still A Little Magic” tomorrow alongside Jeremy Fish who is gearing up for his exciting new show, “Ghosts of The Barbary Coast,” opening at the same time at FIFTY24SF Gallery. “Ghosts of the Barbary Coast” celebrates the adventurous spirits that chased their dreams all the way to San Francisco during the California Gold Rush. The colorful characters that settled in the Bay Area give it the rich cultural heritage that it has today, and Fish celebrates this through his artwork. Aside from the show opening, Celebrity Chef Chris Cosentino invited Jeremy Fish to his restaurant, Incanto, to cook up some Barbary Coast Rabbit to celebrate the release of Jeremy’s “Ghosts of the Barbary Coast.” Check the videos out after the jump!

FIFTY24SF Gallery
252 Fillmore Street
San Francisco, CA 94117

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