L. Brandon Krall holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and a Master of Arts in Liberal Studies from the New School for Social Research.   An independent study the MALS degree included seminars at the New York University, Center for Advanced Studies in Art, art history courses with art historians and critics at Hunter College, and an internship at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.  A fellow at the Albee Foundation, Krall began curating fine art film/video programs in the early 80s at venues including White Columns, Anthology Film Archives, the Cleveland Cinémathèque and the Festival International du Films sur l’Art, Montreal and she logged and mastered the 16mm work of sculptor John Chamberlain in the early 2000s.

In 1991 Krall had a Project Room at the P.S. One Museum and a large installation in “Social Sculpture” at the Baghoomian Gallery. She has participated in numerous group shows as her bodies of work have evolved, and for eight months she hosted an alternative space in her New York loft.   In 2010 she created two evenings at the Emily Harvey Foundation in New York.

"WORD" was an exhibition Krall curated in 2006 in Houston, Texas of over 20 seminal artists in the conceptual field including Kosuth, Weiner, Ono, Holzer, Heubler, Barry, Lum, Xatrec, Creed, Lippard/Kearns, The Art Guys and others.  The exhibition included Yoko Ono and John Lennon’s, IMAGINE PEACE, billboard which was up for over a month on the expressway to downtown Houston. “Film Framed_ Jonas Mekas Photographs” was brought to the gallery in 2005 and in 2007 Krall simultaneously had a solo show and a two person show in two different Houston galleries.  Exhibited were “HEXAGRAMS VIII” [32 hexagrams on each side of a DOOR, installed open and freestanding], Wheels for Walking, Serigraph Paintings, GLYPT. engravings, and the video art series, LIT. FIG. the literal + the figurative which was shown to the public for the first time.  Subsequently LIT. FIG. events and videos have been held in galleries and shown in an exhibition at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art.  Krall's work is in the collection of the New School for Social Research and in private collections.

MON OEUVRE 1979-2016

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