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Exhibition opening of Darcy Padilla’s riveting documentary “The Julie Project.”
17 years in the making, this unique and award-winning documentary follows the life of one woman, Julie Baird. The story begins in 1993, when Darcy meets an 19 year-old runaway with a newborn in her arms in the lobby of an SRO in San Francisco’s Tenderloin. Over the years Darcy has photographed Julieâ€™s complex story of AIDS, multiple homes, relationships, drugs, poverty, births, deaths, loss and reunion. Following Julie from the backstreets of San Francisco to the backwoods of Alaska.
An epic and powerful story exhibited in its entirety for the first time.
Thursday, May 20th
Darcy Padilla is a documentary photographer and photojournalist living in San Francisco. Published in Time, Rolling Stone, and The New Yorker, among others. Her honors include an Alexia Award, Soros Fellowship and Guggenheim Fellowship.