By Way of the South, Collected works from influential peers, professors and colleagues all connected to South Carolina

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By Way of south

The show  was planned and curated by Justin Van Hoy (BFA alum in Visual Communication Design) just prior to his untimely passing on Nov. 14, 2012.  They include a number of our Alumni below.

Bill McRight – BFA Printmaking

Brent Owens – BFA Sculpture

Frank McCauley – BFA Painting

John Hill – BFA General Studio

Jon Prichard – MFA Sculpture

Jon Rajkovich – MFA Sculpture

Jeremy Shockley – BFA Painting

Kelly Keith – BFA Painting

Kevin Morrissey – BA Art Ed

Paul Martya – FA Faculty

Reed Elliott – BFA General Studio

Tom Stanley – FA Faculty

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By Way of the South
Curated By Justin Van Hoy

January 12, 2013 — February 02, 2013

Artist Information

By Way of the South
Collected works from influential peers, professors and colleagues all connected to South Carolina
Guerrerro Gallery San Francisco California
January 12, 2013

Growing up in South Carolina and showing a strong interest in visual art was not the most common path. Fortunately, I had a very supportive home- and a public school system that actually invested in the arts. So, naturally art school made the most sense upon high school graduation. I attended Winthrop University for a BFA in Visual Communication Design (graphic design) with a secondary interest in fine art (screen printing). Upon graduation I promptly left the South given the small amount of creative work to be had.

In 2004 I moved to Los Angeles and have worked as a print designer, independent curator, author for AMMO Books, RVCA, R77, OBEY Giant and Gagosian Gallery. I am also co-owner of the gallery THIS los angeles, in the Highland Park neighborhood of Los Angeles.

By Way of the South includes artists from all periods in my history as a creative youth, graphic designer, and curator. I find it to be a special thing to continue these relationships for this many years. Growing and working together on new endeavors has been a rewarding experience for all of us.

–          Justin Van Hoy

http://www.obeygiant.com/headlines/justin-van-hoy-r-i-p

Guerrero Gallery

2700 19TH Street, San Francisco, CA 94110 | 415.400.5168

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