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Gallery Crawl | Jan 30, 2010

Amy Casey

In January 2010 Gallery Crawl visited Michael Rosenthal Gallery in San Francisco to see Ohio artist Amy Casey's latest self-titled exhibition. Casey's latest work explores ideas of rebirth and community survival.   

Gallery Crawl | Jan 29, 2010

Katherine Westerhout: Rust Belt

In January 2010 Gallery Crawl stopped by Electric Works Gallery to meet Oakland photographer Katherine Westerhout. Known for exploring inaccessible territory, Westerhout's latest subjects are forgotten buildings in Philadelphia, Buffalo, and Detroit.   

Gallery Crawl | Nov 24, 2009

Odessa Staircase Redux -- November 2009, Pt. 2

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.   

Gallery Crawl | Nov 20, 2009

Sparrow Lane -- November 2009, Pt. 1

View the Gallery Crawl interview with photographer Holly Andres. Her Sparrow Lane series, on view at SF's Robert Koch Gallery through December 24, depicts a mysterious narrative about the transitional space between girlhood and womanhood.   

Gallery Crawl | Oct 21, 2009

Plume -- October 2009

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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