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Published on Feb 20, 2013
James Kalm slips in after hours on the last day of this pop-up show to document the debut of artist Jeremiah Johnson's "Never Enough" at the famous Kostabi World Studios. Johnson gives viewers an insightful tour of his exhibition and discusses his use of polyester lithography, and text, to create his images. This show was organized by Casey Gleghorn and the Converge Gallery. The musical introduction is provided by the Cannibal Ramblers http://cannibalramblers.com and was recorded live on the down low at the Bait and Tackle bar in Red Hook Brooklyn shortly after Hurricane Sandy.