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Archive for March, 2015



CSULB Ceramics Professor Tony Marsh in solo exhibition at Pierre Marie Giraud Gallery in Brussels

Posted on March 23, 2015 by School of Art

CSULB Ceramics Professor Tony Marsh is having a solo exhibition at the Pierre Marie Giraud Gallery in Brussels, Belgium. Prof. Marsh will be showing works from his Crucible series, featuring ceramic vessels encrusted with glazes, colors, and textures. The show will be on display from March 12 to April 11, 2015.


Brad Holland – March 25, 2015

Posted on March 19, 2015 by School of Art

 

knight with large palette as shieldBrad Holland is one of the most influential illustrators of our time. His drawings and paintings have graced the covers of magazines around the world, including Time, The New Yorker, Playboy, Rolling Stone, The New York Times and his unique style has inspired a generation of artists.

He has been recognized in major international design journals and has received awards from graphic arts organizations in many countries. Paintings by the artist have been exhibited in museums around the world, including one-man exhibitions at the Musee des Beaux-Arts, Clermont-Ferrand, France; and The Museum of American Illustration, New York City. He has written books as well as illustrated them, has received numerous awards, is a member of the Alliance Graphique International (AGI). In 2005 he was inducted into the Society of Illustrators Hall of Fame. For more information, please click here.


China Adams – March 18, 2015

Posted on March 12, 2015 by School of Art

paintings on a wall

China Adams makes conceptual art works in a range of media. Much of her current work addresses notions of reusability, consumerism, and our impulse to acquire possessions. Adams has lived and worked in Los Angeles for over twenty years.
She earned an MFA from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (2000), and a BFA from UCLA (1995). She has been featured in exhibitions at Luckman Gallery, CSULA, Los Angeles; Berkeley Art Museum, Berkeley, CA; Carnegie Art Museum, Oxnard, CA; Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, CA; Beacon Art Building, Inglewood, CA; and Centro De Arte Salamanca, Spain, in addition to several solo shows at Ace Gallery, Los Angeles and Steve Turner Contemporary, Los Angeles.

March 11 – Panel Discussion on Argentine Conceptual Artist David Lamelas

Posted on March 5, 2015 by School of Art

Flat sculptures around a treeJoin us for a conversation focusing on the installations, films, photography, and performance art of Argentine artist David Lamelas, who will be featured in a 2017 CSULB University Art Museum exhibition funded by the Getty Los Angeles/Latin America initiative.  The speakers are assembled from the advisory committee for the UAM Lamelas exhibition—curators and historians from the US, South America, and Europe. Through dialogue about David Lamelas, the panel members hope to tease out how the process of conceptualizing and developing an exhibition differs from place to place and across cultures.

Kristina Newhouse is Curator of Exhibitions at the UAM and co-curator of the Getty PST exhibition, which is tentatively entitled David Lamelas: A Life of Their Own.

María José Herrera is the Director of TIGRE Museum of Art in Buenos Aires and co-curator of the UAM’S Pacific Standard Time exhibition.

Lynda Morris has worked closely with David Lamelas since the early 1970s, when she was an assistant at the highly influential Nigel Greenwood Gallery in London.

Catha Paquette, Professor of Art History at CSULB, is a specialist in the art of 20th-century Latin America.

Joy Sleeman embraces aspects of the histories of sculpture and landscape and these two areas of interest coalesce in her work on the new forms of landscape art that emerged in the 1960s, often referred to as ‘Land Art’.  She exhibited work by David Lamelas in the two-person show, Earth Moon Earth (2009) in the Djangoly Gallery at Nottingham University.

Daniel Quiles is an Assistant Professor and Director of the Graduate Program at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Christian Rattemeyer is the S. Shipley Miller Associate Curator of Drawings at MOMA. He has worked as a curator at Artists Space in New York (2003-2007), as a freelance writer and critic, and as communications editor for Documenta 11.