Artist Talk: Al Farrow


Thursday, January 21, 2021
6 PM

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In the shadow of the U.S. presidential inauguration, acclaimed sociopolitical artist Al Farrow discusses his quintessential work, The White House. Created from gun parts and ammunition, Al Farrow’s elaborate 2018 architectural work is especially relevant during this time of political transition. Join us to hear the artist discuss his process, inspirations, and thoughts on how his work fits in the climate of today.

This program will last approximately 60 minutes. It will be recorded and available to view later on the Crocker’s YouTube channel and select social media platforms. Want to see more free or low-cost programs like this? Please consider making a donation. All gifts, large or small, are appreciated.


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Image: The White House (detail), 2018, Guns, gun parts, shell casings, steel; 69 x 77 x 36 in. Courtesy of the artist and Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco.⁣

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