Combination of classic stone litho and sharpography.
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Ana Serrano - “Salon of Beauty” from Walley Films
Rice University Art Gallery’s current exhibition “Salon of Beauty” features the beautiful handmade work of Los Angeles based Artist Ana Serrano. The film unveils the process required to bring Ana’s previously small scale sculptures to nearly life size inside of Rice Gallery. The completed exhibition is a colorful landscape inspired by South L.A. neighborhoods where small and often overlooked details are playfully mixed together. Learn more about the Artist: AnaSerrano.com. Learn more about the exhibition: RiceGallery.org. Learn more about the filmmakers: WalleyFilms.com
Ana Serrano will be exhibiting at East Los Angeles College, Vincent Price Art Museum’s, Hoy Space for her show titled A Daydreamer’s Street
May 23 to July 26, 2013
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May 19, 2013 will be the opening of the C.O.L.A. Exhibition 2013 at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery. Nine C.O.L.A. Fellows will debut new work created over the last 9 months specifically for the fellowship. In June, there will be two “Conversation with the Artists” opportunities for the public.
2013 CITY OF LOS ANGELES (C.O.L.A.) INDIVIDUAL ARTIST FELLOWSHIPS:
LISA ANNE AUERBACH | KRYSTEN CUNNINGHAM | RAMIRO DIAZ-GRANADOS | SAMANTHA FIELDS | JUDITHE HERNÁNDEZ | CAROLE KIM | NERY GABRIEL LEMUS| REBECA MÉNDEZ | REBECCA MORRIS
Chicana artist Judithe Hernandez be participating in the conversation on June 21st.
Opening reception: May 19th from 2pm-5pm
Exhibition runs May 19 - July 7, 2013
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Amy Poehler knows that smart girls get better with age. This episode highlights the work of JUDY BACA, an artist who uses murals to wake people up. WAKE UP!
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Lincoln Place, Sandy Rodriguez, 15 x15 in, 2012
48 x 14
a group exhibition
Los Angeles, Ca – (April 20-21, 2013) Studio 11 hosts the art show 48 x 14, a group exhibition featuring forty eight works of art by fourteen regional artists. Through a variety of contemporary work ranging from representational to abstraction, 48 x 14 presents multifaceted approaches to contemporary art practice in Southern California through fourteen unique explorations of drawing, painting, and sculpture. This exhibition exemplifies the diverse artistic dialogue currently taking place in Southern California, provoking a dynamic exchange of visual and conceptual ideas. 48 x 14 showcases the following artists: Devora Orantes, Barbara Milliorn, Patrick Faulk, Kevin Stewart-Magee, Kaitrin Sones Mathew, Sara Dehghan, Greg Eberhardt, Katlin Evans, Prisca Langlais, Sandy Rodriguez, Christina M. Lee, Patrick Mason, Clare Marie Shadduck, Steve Johnson, Elizabeth Blau, and Rob Brown.
April 20, 2013 4-12 pm
April 21, 2013 10-6 pm
4621 W.Washington Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90016
Go go go go see Shizu Saldamando’s show All Tomorrow’s Parties at Moore College of Art in Philly before it goes down on 12/8. This is a crappy photo of large scale ballpoint pen drawings on patterned bedsheets.
Staff at Pier One asking “did she just rearrange our furniture to take her holiday photos? Yes, yes she did.
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Casita De Pueblo
13100 Philadelphia St.
Whittier, CA 90601
On November 11th Chicano Art Movement attended the opening reception for Anna Alvarado’s solo exhibition “Corazon Espinado” at Casita De Pueblo in Whittier, California.
Anna’s show consisted of 10 original paintings and 7 framed prints, she also had flasks, buttons and business cardholders emblazoned with her images available for purchase.
I took delight in Anna Alvarado’s depictions of beautiful sensual women. My favorite piece of the show had to be “For My Tias,” this was the piece I would have relished to display in my humble abode.
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Sandy Rodriguez - “Payasa”
Plaza de la Raza
3540 N Mission Road, LA CA 90031
Monday – Friday | 10am – 7pm
Free and open to the public
Thursday, November 1, 2012 | 5-9pm
The 20th Annual Dia de Los Muertos art exhibition celebrates work by three generations of Latina artist. The show features paintings, sculptures and wearable art. It marks ten years of collaborations by Sandy and Guadalupe who will also create a new alter honoring the life and legacy of Aurora Marquez.
Curated by Armando H. Torres
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