Revolver Gallery
"Guys" by Jesse Pollock


Revolver Gallery and is pleased to present San Francisco-based photographer Jesse
Pollock for a solo show “Guys” – showing new photographs and releasing his new zine
of the same name, at the Revolver Gallery San Francisco.

Jesse Pollock

Revolver Gallery, San Francisco

August 23 – Sept 20, 2010

Opening Reception: Monday, August 23, 2010, 6 – 9 pm

Music during the opening by N amesak E

Press Details:

Accompanying his previous work and subsequent zine Girls, photographer Jesse
Pollock is releasing the counterpart to this series with Guys. The combined set of
photographs center around portraits of both men and women rarely posed and often
in various states of candor. In conjunction with the zine release, the show will center
around photographs selected from that series with emphasis on portraiture. In addition,
the previously out of print Girls zine has been re-issued and will be for sale at the
opening so that the complete set can be made available.

Jesse Pollock (B. 1980) is a freelance photographer and book publisher living in San
Francisco. Having lived in San Francisco for the past ten years, he has worked with a
wide variety of local arts organizations in a number of different capacities. Most recently
he worked within the San Francisco photography collective Hamburger Eyes as a grant
writer and fundraiser, as well as at the arts-based website Fecal Face Dot Com. There
he served as Managing Editor and then as a Senior Contributor before stepping down
to open the publishing house Unpiano Books in the middle of last year. Aside from
his photo-zines Catch A Bad One, Girls, Guys and Angle, his work has appeared in
Juxtapoz, Hamburger Eyes, SF Bay Gaurdian, SFAI, SF Weekly, I Heart Magazine, Day
Four and Weekend Magazine among others. Most recently his work was featured in
Juxtapoz Photo, the first collection of photography work from Juxtapoz Magazine.

“Guys” featuring Jesse Pollock will be on view at Revolver Gallery (136 Fillmore St, San
Francisco) through September 20th.

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