Scott Hewicker

Scott Hewicker is an artist, writer, and musician from San Francisco. He has an MFA from Stanford University and has exhibited his work at [2nd floor projects], NIAD, Ratio 3, Jack Hanley Gallery, Deitch Projects NY, Galleri Christina Wilson in Copenhagen, ICA Philadelphia and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. He co-curated the exhibit Hauntology at the Berkeley Art Museum with Larry Rinder in 2010, and has curated several shows at Right Window Gallery. He has been a contributing columnist for Open Space, and writes about music for Stranded Records in San Francisco. With Cliff Hengst, Hewicker co-edited and illustrated the book, Good Times, Bad Trips published by Gallery 16 editions in 2007. He currently teaches at CCA in the First Year Program and is represented by Gallery 16 in San Francisco.