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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…
 
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.…
 
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, forb…
 
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 tw…
 
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…
 
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…
 
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 AMERI…
 
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.)…
 
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.…
 
In May 2008, GALLERY CRAWL checked out the MFA exhibition at CCA, California College of the Arts. Talk about hitting the jackpot! The show was amazing; we could easily have filled several episodes with what we discovered at the school's San Francisco campus. Greedy bastards, we decided to interview as many of the graduates as we could, capturing th…
 
In March 2008, GALLERY CRAWL visits San Francisco's Mission District to see STAND STILL LIKE THE HUMMINGBIRD, Paul Wackers's second solo exhibition at the Eleanor Harwood Gallery. We also checked out STARTING WITH BLADE, an international collaboration featuring works that contemplate community...starting with the work of San Francisco-based artist,…
 
GALLERY CRAWL drops into the NEITHER HERE NOR THERE show at Johannson Projects for a chat with gallerist Kimberly Johansson and the show's curator, Renny Pritikin, the Director of the Nelson Gallery and Fine Arts Collection at UC Davis. We also visit Maya Kabat and Antonio Vigil to talk about their INVISIBLE CITIES exhibition at Mercury 20, an arti…
 
The Luggage Store celebrates 20 years of supporting artists and communities in San Francisco's Tenderloin and beyond. What was once the 509 Cultural Center has grown into three venues: The Luggage Store on Market Street; The Luggage Store Annex at 509 Ellis; and Cohen Alley, adjacent to the 509 location. In January 2008, The Luggage Store presents …
 
For the last-minute shopper: a few suggestions on where to get unique gifts, of the mostly hand-crafted variety, for that oddball on your list who always poses a bit of a shopping challenge. In December 2007, GALLERY CRAWL visits Electric Works and Fabric8 in San Francisco, two art spots that serve double duty as stores and galleries.…
 
GALLERY CRAWL visits Odyssey and East of Odyssey, two islands devoted to the presentation of art, installation, and performance in the virtual world Second Life. In October 2007, GALLERY CRAWL interviewed avatar Beavis Palowakski, one of the folks responsible for the creation and curation of the Odyssey art spaces.…
 
Celebrate the second anniversary of GALLERY CRAWL by taking to the streets of San Francisco with artist Jeannene Przyblyski. After two years of shooting exhibitions in various Bay Area galleries, GALLERY CRAWL goes outdoors to highlight art that just cannot be contained. From large public sculptures to the smallest sticker, art can be found in just…
 
You might have to search a little for the two downtown spots that GALLERY CRAWL visited in June 2007 -- both tucked away on the second floor of their respective homes, and nestled amongst big office buildings and high-end department stores. Across the street from each other on Geary Street, Gallery Paule Anglim and the Rena Bransten Gallery are bri…
 
If you doubt the vibrancy of the visual art scene in San Jose, just take a walk in the SoFA District. In this downtown San Jose hood there are several great art venues, which have been hosting concurrent art receptions on the first Friday evening of every month. In February 2007, GALLERY CRAWL checked out South First Fridays and stopped in at Anno …
 
Tis the season to be shopping, so we thought it might be helpful to suggest a couple of places where you can pick up a few locally made gifts and get your art fix. In December 2006, GALLERY CRAWL visits Adobe Bookshop and Needles and Pens, two art galleries that double as stores in the boutique-filled Mission District.…
 
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