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Hobos to Street People

Hobos to Street People:

Artists' Responses To Homelessness from the New Deal to the Present

A Traveling Exhibition 2009 - 2012
Curated by Art Hazelwood
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The exhibition website at contains, images of the show, audio, press coverage.

Check out the book Hobos to Street People


Dorothea Lange Unemployment line

Between Struggle and Hope:

Envisioning a Democratic Art in the 1930s

de Saisset Museum, Santa Clara University
July 29, 2011 - February 5, 2012

The Stock Market Crash in 1929, which triggered the Great Depression, was followed by bank runs, massive unemployment, farm foreclosures, and a severe drought that led to the Dust Bowl in the Midwest. (see more)



David Bacon & Francisco Dominguez

This Camera Fights Fascism:

The Photographs of David Bacon and Francisco Dominguez

de Saisset Museum, Santa Clara University
July 29, 2011 - February 5, 2012

David Bacon and Francisco Dominguez have both followed in the tradition of Depression-era photographers such as Dorothea Lange, focusing their cameras on struggle, dissent, immigrants, and workers. (see more)

In Extremis

In Extremis:
Prints Monumental, Intimate, and Encompassing

May 21 - July 30, 2011

Meridian Gallery 535 Powell Street, San Francisco,
More than 30 contemporary artists and artist groups
Curated by Art Hazelwood

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California in Relief

California in Relief -
A History in Wood and Linocut Prints

Hearst Art Gallery, St. Mary's College of California, Moraga
July 25, 2009 to September 20, 2009

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image: Frank Rowe (1921 - 1985) Bobby Seale, circa 1970, Color woodcut, 29 3/4 x 20 1/2 inches.
Collection of the Frank A. Rowe Family Estate

Casper Banjo

3 Worlds

Myth, Bricks, Prints
Arias, Fuentes, Banjo

August 14 - September 19, 2009
Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts, San Francisco
MCCLA Galleries
Artists: Luis Arias Vera, Juan R. Fuentes, Casper Banjo
Curators: Art Hazelwood, Rene Yañez
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William Wolff

William Wolff

For the last several years of his life I assisted William Wolff with his artwork. This included inventorying his entire body of work, helping him sign it all, and organzing exhibitions including a retrospective at the Hearst Art Gallery at St. Mary's College of California in Moraga, in 2002. More of his work can be viewed here.

Retrospective exhibitions of

William F. Wolff, Casper Banjo, Roy Ward Ragle, Daniel Robeski, Patricia C. Brandes,
Richard V. Correll and Frank Rowe

One and two-person person exhibitions of

David Avery, Xavier Viramontes, Toru Sugita

Other exhibitions that have more the flavor of organizing than curating are under Instigator