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H*F Video: Studio visit with Chris Berens Pt. II


Part II of Kirsten Anderson's visit with Netherland painter Chris Berens at his studio, discussing his unique process of working. Camera and Editing by Kenny Montana for Hi-Fructose Magazine. We're very pleased to premiere this amazing artist with a ten page feature by Kirsten in Hi-Fructose Volume 9. Look for his solo show at Roq La Rue in Seattle coming this December and exclusive coverage of the show on hifructose.com

Part II of Kirsten Anderson’s visit with Netherland painter Chris Berens at his studio, discussing his unique process of working. Camera and Editing by Kenny Montana for Hi-Fructose Magazine. We’re very pleased to premiere this amazing artist with a ten page feature by Kirsten in Hi-Fructose Volume 9. Look for his solo show at Roq La Rue in Seattle coming this December and exclusive coverage of the show on hifructose.com


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