Rebecca Farr in group exhibition at Five Car Garage 6.26.18

Opening: June 23rd 2-5pm
June 23- Aug 15th
Rsvp to attend/visit

Alison Blickle, Kristin Calabrese, Virginia Conesa, Rema Ghuloum, Emma Gray, Stephanie Haines, Rebecca Farr, Galia Linn, Despina Stokou, Kirsten Stoltmann, Brenna Youngblood.

“Within the feminine shadow resides the marginalized, concealed, hidden gems of the totality of the Self. Shadow is a term employed in Jungian psychology to name unconscious aspects of the personality which the conscious ego does not identify in itself. Seemingly, these qualities are dark in ... (read more)

Rodrigo Valenzuela in group exhibition at The Kitchen in New York 6.23.18

On Whiteness
The Kitchen, New York
June 27 - August 3, 2018
Opening Reception: Saturday, June 27th, 6-8pm

The exhibition portion of On Whiteness aims to take advantage of art’s powerful ability to reframe dominant ways of seeing, especially with regard to philosopher Sara Ahmed’s postulation of whiteness as a "habit," whose power to form and sustain specific social behaviors and institutions resides in its being taken entirely for granted. As Ahmed proposes: “Whiteness is what bodies do, where the body takes ... (read more)

Bettina Hubby in solo exhibition at Erotic Heritage Museum 6.20.18

Opening June 30th, 2018

3275 Sammy Davis Jr. DriveLas Vegas, NV 89109(702) 794-4000
11AM – 7PM  Mon.-Weds.
11AM – 10PM  Thurs. – Sun.
Klowden Mann is pleased to announce the solo exhibition of Bettina Hubby's THE SEXUAL BRONZE SHOW at the EROTIC HERITAGE MUSEUM. This is Hubby's first museum solo show and it will be as surprising as her work always is. The exhibition, as it would be, is sexual and bronze. ... (read more)

Andrea Chung in Davis Enterprise 6.19.18

Manetti Shrem Museum’s summer season features Susan Swartz and Andrea Chung
By Special to The Enterprise

The Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art at UC Davis, launches its summer season on Saturday, June 30.
“Breaking Away: 2006-2018,” Susan Swartz’s museum debut on the West Coast, features new work straight from the artist’s studio. “You broke the ocean in half to be here,” San Diego artist Andrea Chung’s first traveling museum exhibition, highlights her inventive use of collage, ... (read more)

Megan Cotts, Jamison Carter, Bettina Hubby and Debra Scacco in Blue Roof Studios Arts Festival 6.16.18

Blue Roof Studios Arts Festival: A Day of Encounters and  Discovery
Free and open to the public.
Saturday, June 23, 12:00pm to 5:00pm
June, 2018:  Blue Roof Studios is pleased to announce Blue Roof Studios Arts Festival, celebrating the summer solstice, will take place on Saturday, June 23 from 12pm to 5pm, at 7329 S. Broadway. The festival highlights the richness and diversity of the arts in South Los Angeles and beyond, reflecting Blue Roof Studio’s commitment to fostering and amplifying ... (read more)

Andrea Chung in solo exhibition at Manetti Shrem Museum of art at UC Davis 6.15.18

Manetti Shrem Museum’s Summer Season Features Northern California Debut of Artists Susan Swartz and Andrea Chung Exhibitions on View June 30 Through Sept. 2
The Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art at the University of California, Davis, launches its summer season on Saturday, June 30, with two exhibitions highlighting the university’s distinctive legacy of nurturing and exhibiting innovative contemporary art.
Breaking Away: 2006-2018, Susan Swartz’s museum debut on the West Coast, features new work straight from the artist’... (read more)

Andrea Chung in Yolo Magazine 6.14.18

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)

Christopher Knight reviews Jamison Carter’s Hallelujah Anyway in the Los Angeles Times 6.14.18

Jamison Carter's sculptures: Like a carpenter's guide to the cosmos, or earthbound explosions of space
By Christopher Knight

Jamison Carter’s new sculptures are like stage sets for splendor, together forming a Potemkin village of triumphal bliss. They happily expose their artifice, blowing a couple of fuses along the way.

At Klowden Mann, three large works anchor an exhibition that also includes 20 drawings and several wall works. In form and composition, the wall works suggest studies for potential free-standing pieces.

The drawings are ... (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)