Gallery Crawl | Sep 23, 2009
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.
Gallery Crawl | Sep 19, 2009
In September 2009, Gallery Crawl interviewed The Date Farmers about their Strange Fruit show at Fifty24SF Gallery. Found objects, Mexican and American culture, and folk art influences drive the aesthetics of their work, which touches on issues of social injustice.
Gallery Crawl | Aug 21, 2009
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 Charriére discusses her Washed Up installation in the gallery's project room.
Gallery Crawl | May 22, 2009
In May 2009 Gallery Crawl headed over to Mills College Art Museum in Oakland to interview five graduate students about their thesis exhibition, Young Americans.
Gallery Crawl | Apr 17, 2009
In April 2009 Gallery Crawl interviewed Melanie Pullen about her photographic series Violent Times at Stephen Wirtz Gallery in San Francisco. Down the block at Rena Bransten Gallery, artists Marci Washington and Tara Tucker introduced their concurrent solo exhibitions Dark Mirror and Foreign Relations.
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