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REVIEW by Zachary Royer Scholz

In light of cooperative creation’s many pitfalls, the success of “Arthur Allan,” is surprisingly refreshing. Developed collaboratively by Brion Nuda Rosch and Chris Sollars, the show not only combines their respective art practices and residential art spaces—Hallway Projects and 667 Shotwell—but also embraces the neighborhood and objects situated between their two homes...

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Making Space by Emily Warner

NYFA Current the magazine for artists

New York Foundation for the Arts: Redefining the narrow concept of suitable exhibition space, artist-run projects are booming right now, with work being shown in apartment halls and bathrooms, in buildings in transition, and in artists' studios across the country. Emily Warner reports on new projects in New York, San Francisco, and Chicago, and speaks to the key players in these renegade initiatives.

2006 "San Francisco Visual Arts Network" 2006; VIEW PDF
  Le Duc, Aimee; "Finding Community: Open Studios and the HomeSpun Gallery Movement;" SF Open Studios 2006 Catalogue; Sept 2006; Pages 12-13 VIEW PDF
2005 Orden, Abraham; “Aperto San Francisco”; Flash Art; July September 2005; Vol XXXVIII No.243; Pages 69-70 VIEW PDF
  "Top Ten 2004"; Art Workers of the World; Courtney FInk of SOEX
2003 Silke, Tudor; Slow Emotion”; SF Weekly; March 13, 2006; `Vol. 24, No.50, Page 21 VIEW PDF
  Rufus, Anneli; "City Focus San Francisco"; Art News Magazine; Volume 102/Number 6; June 2003, Page 66
Storts, Brian; "Words from 7 artists in San Francisco"; NY Arts Magazine; Vol.7 No.6 June 2002, Page 40-46
  Lewczuk, Margrit; "Naked @ 667Shotwell"; NY Arts Magazine; Vol.7 No.5 May 2002, Page 95 VIEW PDF

Home Galleries; San Francisco Ed. #3 w/ Tania Ketenjian; WPS1 Radio, Jan 10-17 2005 LISTEN

  667Shotwell; Definitely Not the Opera; CBC Radio, Jan 8 2005
Chris Sollars Written Reviews:  
  John Dwyer: Super Poor Friends; CCA Wattis; Shotgun-Review; March 3, 2007 (pdf)
  A Rose Has No Teeth: Bruce Nauman in the 1960s; Shotgun-Review; April 28, 2007 (pdf)
  Radical Software; CCA Wattis; Shotgun-Review; March 3, 2007 (pdf)
  100 Shotgun Reviews Publication: Shotgun-Review; March 1, 2007
  A Brief History of Invisible Art at Wattis Institute at CCA; Shotgun-Review; March 1, 2006 (pdf)
  Hatshepsut: From Queen to Pharaoh at DeYoung Museum; Shotgun-Review; Feb 8, 2006 (pdf)
  "Top Ten 2004"; Art Workers of the World; Courtney FInk of SOEX