L. Brandon Krall holds a Bachelor of Fine Art degree from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and Tufts University and a Master of Arts in Liberal Studies degree from the New School for Social Research. While in graduate school she continued to produce series of painting, sculpture, installation, to make experimental film and video and to film artists and events. Also at this time she began to curate fine art film/video programs at venues including White Columns, Anthology Film Archives, the Cleveland Cinémathèque and the Festival International du Films sur l’Art, Montreal. In 2003 she logged the 16mm oeuvre and mastered to DVD the key film work of sculptor John Chamberlain.

"WORD" was an exhibition in 2006 which Krall both curated and participated in. Over 20 seminal artists in the conceptual field including Kosuth, Weiner, Ono, Holzer, Heubler, Barry, Lum, Stone, Xatrec, Creed, Lippard/Kearns, Jonmarc Edwards, The Art Guys and others were shown in Houston, Texas. It included the billboard IMAGINE PEACE by Yoko Ono and John Lennon, which was up for over a month on the expressway to downtown Houston. Krall brought “Film Framed_ Jonas Mekas Photographs” to the Houston gallery in 2005 and in 2007 she had simultaneous solo shows in two different galleries exhibiting, “HEXAGRAMS VIII” painted on both sides of a DOOR installed open and freestanding, "Wheels for Walking," serigraph paintings, "GLYPT." engravings, and the videoart series "LIT. FIG. the literal + the figurative" was shown to the public for the first time. This series has since been exhibited and performed regularly and included in various publications.  Krall's work is in the collection of the New School for Social Research and in private collections.

MON OEUVRE 1979-2017
CHANGEchance_ The Duchamp Paradigm +
PERPETUUMmobile_ Enchanted Domain [Flash]








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