The White Columns Curated Artist Registry
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Gregory Kaplowitz is an artist working with cyanotype photography on textiles combined with elements of painting, textiles, collage, and sculpture. In 2007, he received a double BFA from the California College of the Arts in San Francisco. Solo and two person exhibitions include: MESH at Polygon Gallery in North Vancouver in 2020, Egregore at Transmitter in New York City in 2018, The Sun Shot Out From Its Silver Side at Interface in Oakland in 2017, and Project #8 at C2C Project Space in San Francisco in 2015. He’s participated in group exhibitions at: Grey Contemporary in Houston in 2018, Minnesota Street Project in San Francisco in 2018, Transmitter in Brooklyn in 2018, 2nd Floor Projects in San Francisco in 2015, Root Division in San Francisco in 2013, Vox Populi in Philadelphia in 2013, Christopher Henry Gallery in New York City in 2009, and the Richmond Art Center in Richmond in 2007. Gregory Kaplowitz attended residencies at The Vermont Studio Center in 2018 and 2020, and at The Art Students League of New York’s League Residency at Vyt in 2015. He won the Windgate Foundation’s Fellowship Award in 2019, The Vermont Studio Center’s Fellowship Award in 2018, and The League Residency at Vyt's Ruth Katzman Award in 2015. His work is included in Art Maze Magazine issue #13 (2019), and New American Paintings issue #139 (2019) and issue #121 (2015). In 2019, Gregory Kaplowitz became the co-winner of Fotofilmic’s first MESH Prize, juried by TATE curator Lindsey Young and LACMA curator Rebecca Morse. In 2021, he was shortlisted as a finalist for the Hopper Prize. Gregory Kaplowitz is currently a studio resident at 1240 Minnesota, the Minnesota Street Project’s studio program in San Francisco.