San Francisco

Barry Hall

Batman Gallery

In the theatrical world, mimicry and impersonation, is not only legitimate, but if well done is applauded. In the world of art, however, it is inadmissible. Barry Hall, a young painter, demonstrates his ability to feign the color, form and imagery of Alan Davie, but only those ignorant of Davie’s work would be deceived. He also exhibits a number of small sculptures after Eduardo Paolozzi.

John Coplans