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Gregory Kaplowitz is an artist living and working out of San Francisco. Since receiving a double BFA from The California College of the Arts in San Francisco in 2007, he has participated in several exhibitions in galleries and project spaces including San Francisco Camerawork in San Francisco, Root Division in San Francisco, Christopher Henry Gallery in New York City, Famous Accounts in New York City, Vox Populi in Philadelphia, and Billboard Art Project in Atlanta. In 2015, he participated in a three person exhibition at 2nd Floor Projects in San Francisco, and a two person exhibition at the C2C Project Space also in San Francisco. From 2011 to 2014, his video work was included in several programs that have screened in San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Santa Fe, Austin, Shreveport, New York City, Montreal, Berlin, and Australian Public Access TV. In 2015, he attended in The League Residency at Vyt in the New York Hudson Valley where he was also awarded the Ruth Katzman Scholarship through The League Residency at Vyt’s partnership with The Art Students League of New York. Gregory Kaplowitz’s work was included in the Pacific Coast Edition of New American Paintings (issue #121, December 2015).