Avalon Kalin is an artist who makes documentary and social art connnected to everyday life. He was the co-author of The Subconscious Art of Graffiti Removal film produced by Matt Mccormick and he studied under the first Social Practice MFA program with Harrell Fletcher at Portland State University. His work has shown in institutions and perhaps more importantly between friends. Recently, he has begun collaborating with his wife Posie Kalin designing installations and products. He recently founded The Walking School. Digital portfolio and CV available on request. Contact Avalon.
Grant Award: Avalon received a Project Grant from the Regional Arts & Culture Council to publish his book One Hundred and Four Digitally Printed Photographs of Graffiti Removal available
online and in-person at:
Ampersand Gallery and Fine Books
2916 NE Alberta St. Ste B, Portland, Oregon 97211
3360 SE Division St, Portland, OR 97202
A book of Avalon's Social Practice from 2007-2009
is also now available, and can be purchased here: