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In January 2010 GALLERY CRAWL interviewed photographer Katherine Westerhout and her collaborator, Electric Works' digital printmaker Kris Shapiro-Lang to learn more about the process behind Westerhout's latest work in her new exhibition RUST BELT at Electric Works Gallery. Known for exploring inaccessible territory, Westerhout's latest subjects are forgotten buildings in Philadelphia, Buffalo, and Detroit.
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In November 2009, GALLERY CRAWL visited the Haines Gallery in San Francisco to interview multi-media artist Kota Ezawa about his exhibition of photographs and works on paper based on the Odessa Steps Sequence from Sergei Eisenstein's THE BATTLESHIP POTEMKIN. With Katya Bonnenfant's HORTENSIA SUITCASE DELUX.
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In November 2009, GALLERY CRAWL checked out SPARROW LANE, a series of photographs by Portland artist Holly Andres at the Robert Koch Gallery in San Francisco. Inspired by classic Nancy Drew book covers and Hitchcock films, Andres handcrafts highly-stylized scenes featuring a group of young girls grappling with mysterious objects, secret rooms, forbidden knowledge, and ultimately their own burgeoning sexuality.
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In October 2009 GALLERY CRAWL headed to Hatch Galllery in Oakland to interview artists Stephani Martinez and Evan Holm about their new show, PLUME, a collection of mixed-media works, including a wall crawling with buttons, and a painting machine powered by piano keys.
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In September 2009 GALLERY CRAWL headed to Fecal Face Dot Gallery to interview Mel Kadel and have a look at her new exhibition, ECHO TEST. Kadel incorporates vintage patterns, yellowed paper, and a persevering heroine into many of her works. Please note: Each month we release one episode featuring two galleries. This month we will begin releasing two episodes, each featuring just one gallery. Enjoy!
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In September 2009, GALLERY CRAWL interviewed The Date Farmers to learn more about their collaborative process, the intentions fueling their multi-media art practice, and their new exhibit at Fifty24SF Gallery, STRANGE FRUIT. Please note: Each month we release one episode featuring two galleries. This month we will begin releasing two episodes, each featuring just one gallery. Enjoy!
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In August 2009, GALLERY CRAWL headed to Rowan Morrison Gallery in Oakland to meet Carl Auge and learn about the inspiration behind the enigmatic paintings featured in his RESOUND exhibition. Nearby at Swarm Gallery, installation artist Vaughn Bell introduces her adopt-a-biosphere project, which is part of the NATURAL SELECTION exhibition, featuring painter Josh Keyes. Reenie Charriere discusses her WASHED UP installation in the gallery's project room.
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In May 2009 GALLERY CRAWL headed over to Mills College Art Museum in Oakland to interview five graduate students about their thesis exhibitions, which were inspired by a wide range of subjects including California coastal culture, facial hair, long-lost correspondence, and escapism. The graduate students' collective exhibition is titled YOUNG AMERICANS.
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In April 2009, GALLERY CRAWL visits with photographer Melanie Pullen about her latest series VIOLENT TIMES at Stephen Wirtz Gallery. At Rena Bransten Gallery, we check out Tara Tucker's FOREIGN RELATIONS exhibition and Marci Washington's DARK MIRROR. (For an additional audio-only interview with Melanie Pullen, visit kqed.org/gallerycrawl.)
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In March 2009 GALLERY CRAWL focuses on two San Francisco exhibitions of contemporary Chinese art: LIMN Gallery's dual show, Ming Ren's POETRY IN PAINTING and CHINA AVANT GARDE - LANDSCAPE IN TRANSIT and Mark Wolfe Contemporary Art's A (RE)TURN TO (RE)FORM.
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In February 2009 GALLERY CRAWL interviewed Bill Fontana about his sound installation SPIRALING ECHOES at SF City Hall. A few blocks away, local art collector Robert Shimshak explained his interest in musical scores and how his collection inspired a new exhbition, EVERY SOUND YOU CAN IMAGINE at New Langton Arts.
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In January 2009, GALLERY CRAWL checks out the San Francisco Dump's Artist-In-Residence program, visiting with current residents Christine Lee and David King. Across town, we chat with Lori Damiano, the featured artist in the University High School Professional Artist Series.
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In November 2008, GALLERY CRAWL interviews photographer Lukas Felzmann about his GHOSTPILE exhibition at the Thomas Welton Stanford Art Gallery, and checks out THE HUMAN DICHOTOMY, a collection of Pakistani miniatures at Aicon Gallery in Palo Alto, CA.
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In October 2008, GALLERY CRAWL checks out A MOMENT FOR REFLECTION: NEW WORK BY LYDIA FONG at Ratio 3 and THESE ARE THE PEOPLE IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD at Gallery 16 in San Francisco.
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In August 2008, GALLERY CRAWL checked out THERE - NEW ART FROM OAKLAND at the di Rosa Preserve's Gatehouse Gallery. While there, we took a peek at Rene di Rosa's killer Bay Area art collection.