The city provides the context for the visually packed work of San Francisco native Barry McGee. Since the mid-1980s, when McGee was a teenager, he has lived in the city’s oldest neighborhood, the Mission District. At that time, the Mission held a colorful, somewhat seedy, antiestablishment atmosphere with a thriving culture of youth, alternative musicians, artists, and thinkers. The vibe of the Mission influenced the artist early on, and he began to infiltrate the area’s flourishing graffiti boom with images that he created to reflect his surroundings.
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Featuring music on the patio with Ron Ramirez.
Enjoy live music, creating a relaxing ambiance on the patio at Café Modern from 5 to 8 pm. Musicians will be featured beginning April 26 through the end of May, weather permitting. On Friday evenings, seating is available for dinner from 5 to 8:30 pm. For reservations at Cafe Modern.