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Gagosian Quarterly

November 20, 2017

In Conversation

Walton Ford and Irving Blum

Walton Ford sat down with legendary art dealer Irving Blum at Gagosian Beverly Hills to discuss his latest exhibition, Calafia.

On the occasion of his exhibition, Calafia, in Beverly Hills, Walton Ford and Irving Blum sat down with Gagosian’s Rani Singh. The discussion launches into detailed accounts of Walton’s beginnings, the centrality of literature and natural history research in his process, and guides the viewer through the large-scale watercolors on display with a particular eye to the histories and myths of California.

Artwork © Walton Ford; Camera and Edit by Aaron Farley; Camera by Pablo Velazquez; Sound by Aaron Beckum

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