Rodrigo Valenzuela in The Architect’s Newspaper 10.11.18

The Orange County Museum of Art will be opening a temporary facility at the South Coast Plaza mall as its new Morphosis-designed facilities undergo construction. (Courtesy Morphosis Architects)

California’s Orange County Museum of Art to open satellite location while Morphosis builds
 
By ANTONIO PACHECO • October 11, 2018
The Orange County Museum of Art (OCMA) in Santa Ana, California, is planning to open a new temporary gallery space in the South Coast Plaza Village on November 3 as work on a new 52,... (read more)

Andrea Chung in MCASD’s Sessions in Contemporary Art 10.9.18

Sessions in Contemporary Art: Postcolonial Legacies
Tuesday, Oct 09, 2018 - 6:00 pm-7:00 pm
MCASD’s Sessions in Contemporary Art series is back! This season, each of the three sessions will introduce you to important ideas in contemporary art and engaging conversation with artists featured in the exhibition Being Here with You/Estando aquí contigo: 42 Artists from San Diego and Tijuana.
At the October 9 Sessions in Contemporary Art: Postcolonial Legacies, Curator Jill Dawsey will speak with artists Carlos Castro Arias, ... (read more)

Rodrigo Valenzuela in Daily Bruin 10.4.18

Four UCLA faculty members from vastly different academic disciplines discussed the meaning of space at a panel Tuesday. (Photo courtesy of UCLA Arts)

Hybrid course and “10 Questions” series offer interdisciplinary answers about space
 
BY JULIA SHAPERO
Posted: October 4, 2018 1:48 am
Four UCLA professors, from disciplines ranging from nanoscience to architecture, attempted to answer the question, “What is Space?” Tuesday night at the first session of a new lecture series from the UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture.Space ... (read more)

Rodrigo Valenzuela in solo exhibition at Orange County Museum of Art 10.2.18

Rodrigo Valenzuela: American-Type
November 3, 2018 - March 17, 2019
Orange County Museum of Art
1661 W Sunflower Ave
Santa Ana, CA 92704
In his photography and video-based, work Rodrigo Valenzuela reveals tensions between individual and communal experiences. He is highly conscious of how the camera translates spaces, objects, and people into images. His work on view here investigates topics of alienation and displacement relative to questions about labor, immigration, and American culture.
This debut presentation of Valenzuela’s American-Type photograph stakes its title ... (read more)

Jamison Carter in solo exhibition at Brandstater Gallery 9.29.18

Jamison Carter
Sculptures & Drawings
October 1 - November 8, 2018
Reception October 7, 6-8pm with Artist Talk at 6:45pm
Brandstater Gallery | La Sierra University
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Andrea Chung in group show at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego 9.20.18

BEING HERE WITH YOU/ ESTANDO AQUÍ CONTIGO: 42 ARTISTS FROM SAN DIEGO AND TIJUANA

Thursday, Sep 20, 2018-Sunday, Feb 03, 2019 at MCASD Downtown, Jacobs Building

Being Here with You/ Estando aquí contigo brings together work by 42 artists and collectives living and working in the San Diego and Tijuana region. Presenting both early career and established artists, Being Here with You/ Estando aquí contigo highlights distinctive practices shaping conversations and communities in our binational region and beyond.
Being Here with You/ Estando aquí ... (read more)

Debra Scacco in Los Angeles Times 9.18.18

Standing next to an installation is Debra Scacco, curator of "La Reina de Los Angeles" exhibit, now open at the Sturt Haaga Gallery at Descanso Gardens. (Photo by Kim Sudhalter)

The Valley Line: Water theme of latest Sturt Haaga exhibit; teens embark on 16-month Les Fleurettes program
 
by Jane Napier Neely
About 200 guests turned out Sunday for a special event in Descanso Gardens, the opening of its latest art exhibit, “La Reina de Los Ángeles,” in the Sturt Haaga Gallery. Following the ... (read more)

Debra Scacco curates La Reina de Los Ángeles at Sturt Haaga Gallery 9.17.18

La Reina de Los Ángeles
SEPTEMBER 17, 2018 – JANUARY 13, 2019

Without the Los Angeles River, there would quite simply be no Los Angeles. While the precise geography is unknown, historians have estimated it’s changed course at least nine times in the first half of the nineteenth century alone. Today, less than 150 years into the life of our young city, a complex infrastructure delivers water not just to our citizens, but to crops, farms and manicured lawns.

La Reina de Los Ángeles ... (read more)

Debra Scacco in Pasadena Now 9.11.18

"La Reina" Exhibition Debuts at Descanso on Sunday
 
Descanso Gardens Explores LA's Relationship with Water in "La Reina De Los Angeles," A New Show Debuting at the Sturt Haaga Gallery, September 17, 2018-January 2019
From STAFF REPORTS
Published : Tuesday, September 11, 2018 | 4:48 PM
Without the Los Angeles River, there would quite simply be no Los Angeles. La Reina de Los Ángeles, a new exhibit opening at Descanso Gardens’ Sturt Haaga Gallery on Sept. 17, will present a discussion of our current ... (read more)

Rodrigo Valenzuela in group show at Contemporary Arts Museum Houston 8.25.18

Walls Turned Sideways: Artists Confront the Justice System
 

On view: August 25, 2018 - January 6, 2019

Where: Brown Foundation Gallery
Walls Turned Sideways: Artists Confront the Justice System features work by artists from across the nation that addresses the criminal justice system, mass incarceration, and the prison-industrial complex. Representing the full range of contemporary art production made in the studio and the social realm, the exhibition includes artworks that take social justice issues as a subject matter; and position the prison and ... (read more)