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Christopher Garrett

Melting Down

May 8 – June 8, 2004

Drawing of bearded face within face
Drawing of smiling bearded face
Octagonal black wall piece
Symmetrical bearded face
Sketch of cars next to dumpster
drawing of people holding hands in circle
Spiderweb drawn on red paper
Two faces sharing beard

April 2004


Jack Hanley Gallery is pleased to present new work by Christopher Garrett in 389 Valencia.  The exhibition will run from May 8th through June 5th, and the opening reception will be on Friday, May 8th, from 6 to 9 pm.

Christopher Garrett

389 Valencia

San Francisco-based artist Christopher Garret has shown widely in local and national exhibitions.  His work was most recently featured in Yerba Buena Center for the Arts’ Bay Area Now 3 and at Deitch Projects We Are Electric (curated by Chris Perez.) Garrett is known for his wry and sardonic drawings that often depict fringe figures: long-haired hippies in hot-tubs, or purely fantastic scenarios replete with wolfmen and artistic houseplants.  For his show at the Jack Hanley Gallery Garret will be exhibiting not only a selection of recent drawings, but will also create an installation in the rear section of the gallery.