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Press Release: Larry and Debby Kline in Exhibition at SF Camerawork

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October 21, 2004 — Larry and Debby Kline in Exhibition at SF Camerawork


Event:Opening of Monument Recall Public Memory and Public Spaces at SF Camerawork, San Francisco, California.  Curated by Laurie Blavin, Paula Levine, and Trena Noval.

Date/Time: Opening: Tuesday, October 26, 2004, 5-8 PM.
Open from October 26 – November 24, 2004

Address: 1246 Folsom St., San Francisco, CA 94103

Contact: Debby or Larry Kline, 760.432.9436, inkline@inetworld,net or or SF Camerawork, 415.863.1001

Artists, Debby and Larry Kline are included in the exhibition along with

Shimon Attie           John Roloff
Boym Partners        Stephanie Snyder and Aaron Day
Thomas Kellner       Eva Sutton
Germaine Koh         Lex Thompson
Tony Labat              Wang Qingsong
Manuel Piña             KW:a-Mabel O. Wilson + Paul Kariouk

Public works/installations by Debby and Larry Kline, Mark Brest van Kempen, David Maisel, Jeannene Przyblysky and San Francisco Bureau of Urban Secrets.

SF Camerawork offers a bus tour of the public monument sites, between San Francisco and Sears Point (Sears Point location displays light sculpture by Debby and Larry Kline, titled: Encryption) on Saturday, November 20, 2004 from 3 – 8 PM

$12/$10 members, students and seniors; includes dinner.

Online exhibition: Improbable Monuments at
beginning on October 26, 2004.

Visit or to learn more.


Debby and Larry Kline create issue-oriented artwork that addresses political, economic and social issues.  Their untraditional approach to public art was rewarded with two grants from Gunk Foundation, New York as well as a grant from The Potrero Nuevo Fund, San Francisco.  Their work can be found in numerous corporate and private collections.

This month the Klines lectured for the Art and Science Forum at the Jonas Salk Institute for Biological Studies, La Jolla, CA.  Their work is featured in the current (September/October) issue of Orion Magazine as well as the upcoming issues of Public Art Review.

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