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Archive for July, 2015

CSULB Art Alum Jazz-minh Moore in solo exhibition in NYC

Posted on July 21, 2015 by School of Art

Jazz-minh Moore Shiner Hobo Band 2015CSULB Art Alum Jazz-minh Moore is in solo exhibition at the Claire Oliver Gallery in New York City. Entitled Middle of Nowhere the show features 24 paintings depicting a “good old fashioned road trip across the American Southwest.” “Texas ghost towns, abandoned trading posts and kitschy Route 66 attractions just barely hanging on…Their histories lost in time, Moore reinvigorates these desert fossils by infusing her own imagined narrative, fantasizing about their lost potential and possible revival.” The exhibition runs from June 18 to July 30, 2015.

CSULB Painting Professor Tom Krumpak in solo exhibition at Santa Monica College

Posted on July 9, 2015 by School of Art

143645930539062CSULB Painting Professor Tom Krumpak will be having a solo exhibition at the Emeritus Gallery at the beautiful Emeritus College campus of Santa Monica College. Entitled Built & Placed the exhibition will run from July 9 through September 10, 2015. The show will consist of an incredible collection of painted works on canvas, painted works on scrolls, and layered combine sculptures.  Among the dozens of components that work together to comprise the sculptures are found objects and objects produced by the artist, including more scroll paintings rolled up and stashed inside the structure of one of the sculptures. “My artwork has almost always dealt with Place, past and present,” said Krumpak. “I am interested in the real place of intersection between the individual and the crowd, the private and the public.”