SFAI GRADUATE LECTURE: RICHARD T. WALKER
Outside of All Things
Richard T. Walker documents elliptical encounters in the American landscape that record expansive spaces and the human presence within them. His works approach the American West from a perspective equally rooted in nineteenth-century Romanticism, contemporary performance, and low-key irony, to create a consciously mundane and self-doubting majesty. Walker has upcoming solo exhibitions at The Contemporary Austin, Texas; ASU Art Museum, Tempe, Arizona; di Rosa, Napa, California; and has most recently exhibited at James Cohan Gallery, New York. He is currently based in San Francisco.
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San Francisco Art Institute
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