Clare Crespo
 Clare started crocheting food back in 1999 when she had a one person show at George’s Gallery (an annex of XLarge) in Los Angeles. Years later, she presented a crocheted Mardi Gras feast at Heath Ceramics showroom in Los Angeles. The show was quite popular and later travelled to a group show in Culver City called  Palette  curated by Roger Gastman, and then to New Orleans as part of the  Prospect 3 Triennial . A spin-off show,  The Crocheted Oyster Bar , followed by Paper Magazine’s  Super Duper Mart  where you could purchase a crocheted oyster, lemon, and hot sauce. David Byrne and Agnes Gund were oyster customers!

crocheted food at heath ceramics

 Clare started crocheting food back in 1999 when she had a one person show at George’s Gallery (an annex of XLarge) in Los Angeles. Years later, she presented a crocheted Mardi Gras feast at Heath Ceramics showroom in Los Angeles. The show was quite popular and later travelled to a group show in Culver City called  Palette  curated by Roger Gastman, and then to New Orleans as part of the  Prospect 3 Triennial . A spin-off show,  The Crocheted Oyster Bar , followed by Paper Magazine’s  Super Duper Mart  where you could purchase a crocheted oyster, lemon, and hot sauce. David Byrne and Agnes Gund were oyster customers!

Clare started crocheting food back in 1999 when she had a one person show at George’s Gallery (an annex of XLarge) in Los Angeles. Years later, she presented a crocheted Mardi Gras feast at Heath Ceramics showroom in Los Angeles. The show was quite popular and later travelled to a group show in Culver City called Palette curated by Roger Gastman, and then to New Orleans as part of the Prospect 3 Triennial. A spin-off show, The Crocheted Oyster Bar, followed by Paper Magazine’s Super Duper Mart where you could purchase a crocheted oyster, lemon, and hot sauce. David Byrne and Agnes Gund were oyster customers!

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