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Published on Jun 7, 2014
James Kalm walked through the gallery doors just as they started turning off the lights and chasing out the stragglers. That's good, fewer people obscuring views of the art work, but challenging because he had to schmooze the guy at he desk to turn on the lights in the back space for a brisk pan. Franklin Evans has been receiving much critical attention for his blurring of painting, the studio and installation. Using the rubbish of his studio practice, particularly used masking tape and paint stained cloths, the artist fills the gallery top to bottom with colorful remnants, wall paintings and enlarged photos from previous installations, thereby presenting these projects as accumulations not only of materials, but also of memories.