Dewey Crumpler is an Associate Professor of painting at San Francisco Art Institute. His current work examines issues of globalization/ cultural co-modification through the integration of digital imagery, video and traditional painting techniques. Dewey’s works are available in the permanent collections in the California African American Museum, Triton Museum of Art Los Angeles and the Oakland Museum Of California. Crumpler received the Flintridge Foundation Award, National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, as well as The Fleishacker Foundation Fellowship Eureka Award.  Currently represented by Jenkins Johnsons Gallery, Collapse was Dewey Crumpler’s most recent exhibition at Seattle University, with The Hedreen Gallery.

Recent Exhibition Reviews: The Stranger, Art Practical, Urban Culture Studies, City Arts Magazine

Recent Articles: The Nation, The Guardian, Le Figaro, New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Artnet News, L.A. Times,