Fraction Magazine Exhibition Opening at RayKo on August 11th

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Fraction Magazine’s first exhibition, Fraction Magazine : Three Years in the Making, is opening this evening at the RayKo Photo Center in San Francisco. The exhibition is curated by David Bram, the founder and editor of Fraction, and features photographs from the past 28 issues of the online magazine (including photographs from four photographers who have also graced the webpages of One, One Thousand.

Hollis Bennett, Eliot Dudik, Kathleen Robbins, and Michael Sebastian, will be exhibiting alongside Karen Kuehn, Polly Chandler, Samuel Portera, Norman Mauskopf, Allison V Smith, Kirk Gittings, Michael Itkoff, Ken Rosenthal, David Ondrik, David Maisel, Phil Toledano, Liz Kuball, Susan Hayre Thelwell, Emily Shur, Geoffrey Ellis, David Taylor, Tabitha Soren, David Rochkind, Kerry Mansfield, Meg Griffiths, Susan Burnstine, Antone Dolezal, Jesse Burke, Clay Lipsky, Tricia Lawless Murray, and Josef Jacques. If you’re in San Francisco, you should definitely make time for a visit to RayKo.

The show will be open from August 11th - September 18th
The opening reception is Thursday, August 11th, from 6:00-8:00 p.m.

RayKo Photo Center is located at 428 Third Street, San Francisco, CA, 94107. Here’s a link to Google Maps for directions.

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