Andrea Chung in Yolo Magazine 6.14.18

Features
Yolo Magazine: Manetti Shrem …
By Tanya Perez

After opening its doors in November of 2016, the Manetti Shrem Museum of Art has staked its claim to representing the fine arts at UC Davis. The museum is named for its founding donors, Jan Shrem, founder of Clos Pegase winery in the Napa Valley, and his wife, arts patron Maria Manetti Shrem, who made the gallery possible with a $10 million gift to the university in 2011.
For decades, artists have come to UCD because ... (read more)

Andrea Chung in Nashville Public Radio 6.12.18

Nashville’s Newest Public Art Speaks To Institutional Racism’s Effects On Health
Nashville's newest display of public art could easily be overlooked: an antique crib and highchair, littered with baby bottles. It's in the lobby of the Lentz Public Health Center, and the artwork speaks to the ways racism has harmed public health.
The baby bottles are molded from salt, sugar and lard, representing the abundance of fast food and lack of grocery stores in poor neighborhoods. The crib and highchair draw attention ... (read more)

Andrea Chung in Hyperallergic 6.8.18

Four Artists on How Motherhood Impacted Their Lives and Careers

A KCET documentary looks at artists who have made motherhood a part of their careers, even as they have navigated the difficulties of the art world.
Monica Uszerowicz
Artist and Mother, a new hour-long documentary episode in KCET’s Emmy Award-winning Artbound series and a co-production of Sylvia Frances Films, offers a brief, dense glimpse into the lives of artists who are also mothers. It’s tempting to wedge “happen to be” into that ... (read more)

Andrea Chung public installation at Lentz Public Health Center in Nashville 6.1.18

Eeny, meeny, miny, moe, 2018
Mixed media, site-specific installation; variable dimensions
June 1 - September 1, 2018
Andrea Chung addresses the disproportionately high rates of Black maternal and infant mortality in the United States through her project, Eeny, meeny, miny, moe. Black women die from pregnancy-related causes at three to four times the rate of White mothers, and Black infants die at more than twice the rate of White infants. Studies link these disparities to systemic inequality—including differential access to healthy food, clean ... (read more)

Alexandra Wiesenfeld, Bettina Hubby and Rebecca Farr in group show at Depart Foundation 5.25.18

Curatorial Hub @ DEPART FOUNDATION IN THE 'BU

3832 CROSS CREEK ROAD, MALIBU, CA 90265

OUR BOMBASTIC TAKEOVER OF THE PROJECT SPACE
FEATURING  C⚡️H  ARTISTS:
ASHTON ALLEN, AGNES BOLT, LEONARDO BRAVO, NANCY BAKER CAHILL, HELEN CHUNG, REBECCA FARR, EMMA GRAY, BETTINA HUBBY, JOHN HUCK, JONSEY, RACHEL ROSKE, ZACK STADEL, RANDI MALKIN STEINBERGER, NICOLA VRUWINK, ALEXANDRA WIESENFLED & SENON WILLIAMS (read more)

Debra Scacco in group exhibition at Elevator Mondays 5.18.18

Curated by Asha Bukojemsky

Saturday May 26, 2018 (read more)

Debra Scacco in Artist Talk at LASHP 5.18.18

Come celebrate the Chinatown Yard Alliance by playing in the park they fought to establish! Along with games there will be opportunities to learn about art in the park, history, wild animals, and much more. The celebration concludes with a campfire!
Tentative schedule:
2pm: Event starts with Yoga, DJ, and games
3pm: Lion Dancers
4pm: Artist Panel moderated by Tom Carroll (of Tom Explores Los Angeles). Participating artists: Lauren Bon, Rosten Woo, Debra Scacco, Anna Sew Hoy, and Fallen Fruit.
5pm: "Here and Then: ... (read more)

Katie Herzog Artist Talk at Acid-Free Art Book Market 5.3.18

Saturday, May 5th

Talks and Readings in the Den

Artists in the Library 6pm
Katie Herzog, Time Schwartz, Itza Villaboy

Blum and Poe
2727 La Cienega Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90034

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Rodrigo Valenzuela in group exhibition at Lisa Kandlhofer in Vienna 5.2.18

Curated by Ala Glasner
Fiete Stolte | Daniel Steegmann Mangrané | Jeremy Shaw | Christian Falsnaes | Tomás Saraceno | Maximilian Prüfer | Goshka Macuga | Rodrigo Valenzuela | Moritz Lacler | Diana Sirianni | Naama Ityel
I followed you to the sun brings together eleven international artists from established to debuting who have not been shown together previously. They all work with different media ranging from sculpture, photography, video, performance and painting to installations. What brings them together is a certain transitional element in their work and artistic idea. I followed ... (read more)

Bettina Hubby in group exhibition at Keystone Art Space 4.28.18

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