Gallery Video: Christopher K. Ho @ Winkleman Gallery

For one full year, artist Christopher K. Ho lived in a 700-square foot shed covered in license plates in southwestern Colorado. The paintings he made during his sojourn comprise his new show, “Regional Painting,” at Winkleman Gallery. The Observer stopped by the opening to find out just what regional painting means and why Ho had to sequester himself in a shed to do it.

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