Megan Cotts in group show at Super Dutchess 4.8.20

Enter Viewing Room
April 8th - 29th
Dawn Cerny
Carrie Cook
Megan Cotts
Rachel Hellerich
Robert Yoder
HK Zamani
Super Dutchess is pleased to present ENTER VIEWING ROOM, a virtual group show featuring Dawn Cerny, Carrie Cook, Megan Cotts, Rachel Hellerich, Robert Yoder and HK Zamani. While we are inside of our homes for long intervals of the day we zoom in on surfaces and spaces – daydreaming through portals of fantasy. Our bodies transition towards domesticity and they are forced to find stimulation within ... (read more)

Morgan Mandalay for charity 4.2.20

Over the next several months, while we isolate, Morgan Mandalay is hoping to create five new works on paper that he’ll post at the beginning of the month to support five different non-profits. The decided price will be split 60/40 between the non-profit (60%) and me (40%). Feel free to DM Morgan on his instagram if interested in a body of work.
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Jamison Carter in group show at LAVC Art Gallery 3.6.20

March 18 - April 23
LAVC Art Gallery
5800 Fulton Ave.
Valley Glen, CA 91401
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Morgan Mandalay in Newcity Art 2.27.20

Doubling in the Dark: A Review of Morgan Mandalay at Extase
 
BY RYAN FILCHAK
FEBRUARY 19, 2020
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At Extase, an apartment gallery in Ukrainian Village, six paintings hang in an otherwise unfurnished front bedroom, wherein artist Morgan Mandalay utilizes a primarily drab color palette with pops of yellow and fire red to depict night skies, shrouded figures and dark interiors. In the recessed space of the would-be closet, Mandalay’s stunning “In the Garden of Heripedes” portrays a hunched figure dressed in ... (read more)

Rebecca Ripple in group show The Hoffmitz Milken Center for Typography 2.26.20

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Andrea Chung screening at New Mexico State University 2.26.20

University Art Museum, New Mexico State University
March 5th
10am - 6pm

Curator Marisa Sage has chosen Artist and Mother to be part of the Feminist Border Arts Film Festival at NM State, tied to her motherhood show "Labor" at the new art museum there.

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Rodrigo Valenzuela in group show at Sala Alcalá 31 1.28.20

Gran Sur: Chilean contemporary art in the Engel Collection
 

From February 25, 2020 to April 26, 2020

Alcalá Room 31

La Sala Alcalá 31 presents the exhibition "Big Sur: Chilean contemporary art in Engel Collection" , an important selection of one of the largest private collections in Latin America, Claudio Engel collection.

Curated by Christian Viveros-Fauné, “Gran Sur”, presents for the first time in Spain such an important exhibition of works by Chilean artists from the late twentieth and early twenty-first. The exhibition not ... (read more)

Rodrigo Valenzuela artist talk at Kutztown University 1.26.20

RODRIGO VALENZUELA TO PRESENT ARTIST TALK AT KUTZTOWN
 
February 3, 2020 at 6pm

Sharadin Art Building, Lecture Hall 120
Kutztown University
Rodrigo Valenzuela to Present Artist Talk at Kutztown University Feb. 3
KUTZTOWN, PA -- The Kutztown University Department of Art is proud to welcome artist Rodrigo Valenzuela at 6 p.m., Monday, Feb. 3, at 120 Sharadin, where he will present an artist talk. His show Jornada is currently on display in KU's Marlin and Regina Miller Gallery. The event is free ... (read more)

Katie Herzog reading and writing at Skylight Books 1.25.20

Exegesis Eisegesis Encaustic (Rebel Hands Press)
Exegesis Eisegesis Encaustic is a collaborative series of encaustic diptychs depicting signs in and around Los Angeles. The painter Katie Herzog teamed up with the poet Andrew Choate to paint representations of the original signs, and refracted versions of the signs with all-new text written by Choate.
This book collects all twenty-two of the diptychs as well as installation views of the original exhibition alongside several essays that approach the collaboration from different angles: Kenneth Lapatin (J. Paul ... (read more)

Bettina Hubby in HDTS Painted Rock Auction 1.25.20

High Desert Test Sites is a nonprofit arts organization based in Joshua Tree cofounded and directed by Andrea Zittel. HDTS is dedicated to artworks that are deeply immersed in site. Often challenging art to take on new areas of relevancy, we believe in an intimate exchange with our high desert community.
HDTS programming includes performance, site-specific installation, workshops, screenings, publications, residencies, ongoing community based programs, and is perhaps best known for biennial roving events featuring artworks installed in diverse locations, with many miles in ... (read more)