We hope you can join us this Thursday, April 12, 5:30-8:00 pm, for the opening reception of The Agency of Artexhibition. The exhibition is on view at the University Art Gallery @ Mandeville Center.
Exhibiting at the California Center for the Arts Museum, Escondido, CA, through March 4, 2018.
Museum hours: Thursday- Saturday, 10-5
340 N. Escondido Blvd.
Escondido, CA 92025
In addition to exhibiting new work in Quint Gallery's Project Space, Mudge will also be at the gallery on Saturdays building a new process-driven sculpture.
All photos by Roy Porello
5171 H Santa Fe St., San Diego, CA 92109
Thursday - Saturday 10am-5pm | By Appointment
Shown: "Infinite Content" and "Eat at Joe's from My Dinner with the Klines"
The exhibition “Office Hours” is currently on view at Beta Main, a test site for the Main Museum from November 29 through December 17, 2017. If you haven't seen this experimental space, you definitely should go take a look. It's exciting and free - a new paradigm for the arts.
The Main Museum, 114 W 4th St., Los Angeles, CA 90013
At Brainworks Gallery, the Klines are exhibiting “Infinite Content,” four small vignettes that are part of a very large installation, titiled “The Age of Enlightenment.” Opening Saturday, December 2, 2017 through December 23.
Brainworks Gallery, 5-8 pm, 5364 W. Pico Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90019
Larry's photographs will be featured in the exhibition and publications related to Niki de Saint Phalle: Mythical California opening January 13 – March 4, 2018 at California Center for the Arts. He was one of the chief photographers documenting the construction of her sculpture garden, Queen Califia's Magical Circle, a major work gifted to the city of Escondido. In the early 1960s, she was a member of the "New Realists," a group that included Christo, Yves Klein, and Jean Tinguely (whom she later married.) She is known for oversized, voluptuous female figures called "Nanas." Among her large-scale installations are the Stravinsky Fountain at the Centre Pompidou in Paris.
Once Upon a Body is a project in collaboration with Art Produce, July-Nov 2017. Using ideas, images and stories gathered from community participants during workshops and open studio sessions,Bhavna created paper sculptures and wearables shown in a community celebratory event on November 18, 2017. Thanks to Lynn Susholtz and her incredible team at Art Produce for their support.
To see more of the incredible photographs of this project by photographer Alanna Airitam, visit http://www.bhavnamehta.com/once-upon-a-body.html
Below are some images from the workshops.
Melissa Smedley Shows “Perishables,” an Installation, through December 5, 2017 at Open Ground Studios
Perishables is a visual meditation on (the) “Lettuce Curtain” and other facets of the agricultural tapestry of the Salinas Valley. In this era of vigorous debate over our country’s lack of clear policies on immigration and severe climate factors, many of us are actively wondering, “what is the true cost of our food in this country?" What if we were to compensate these tax-paying workers with overtime and create paths to citizenship? And what if we were to, as a community, vigorously and conscientiously protect the crucial water table beneath our feet?
For More Information:
Denese Sanders, Open Ground Studios Artistic Director
Tel: 831-241-6919 | Cell: 861-236-8636
Luis Ituarte's studio, “La Linea Curva,” will be open on Friday December First for a reception from 4:00 to 10 PM. The studio will be open Saturday and Sunday 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM. (all artists participating on the tour are especially invited) Music and refreshments will be available.
236 W. Mountain St. Suite 116 Pasadena CA. 91103323; PH:(323) 574-9197
Sphere II, Stainless steel wire, 68" x 40" x 36"
Spherule II is currently showing at Quint Gallery and will be included in an exhibit of Mudge's work opening on February 10, 2018.
Quint Gallery, 5171 H Santa Fe St., San Diego, CA 92109
Perishables is a visual meditation on the “Lettuce Curtain” and other facets of the agricultural tapestry of the Salinas Valley. In this era of vigorous debate over our country’s lack of clear immigration policy and severe climate factors, many of us are actively wondering, “what is the true cost of growing food in this country?" What if we were to compensate these (tax-paying) workers more fairly and create honest paths to citizenship? And what if we were to, as a community, vigorously and conscientiously protect the crucial water table beneath our feet?
Opening: Friday, November 10, 5:30 – 7:30 pm, with an appearance by the Art Ranger
Exhibit dates: November 10 – December 1, 2017
Open Ground Studios, 1230 Fremont Blvd., Seaside, CA 93955
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