Katie Herzog and Andrew Choate Exegesis Eisegesis Encaustic catalogue release 10.2.19

Exegesis Eisegesis Encaustic by Katie Herzog and Andrew Choate (featuring essays by Deb Klowden Mann, Kenneth Lapatin, Carol Cheh, Mace Ojala, and Blanca Pujals) is now available for preorder via Rebel Hands Press.
A special event planned at The Pop Hop on Sunday, October 13th, with words from the artists, fine art prints, and sounds by local musicians Patrick Shiroishi and Teasips to celebrate thee actual release!
The Pop Hop
5002 York Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90042 (read more)

Alexandra Wiesenfeld in LA Weekly 9.19.19

by Lisa Beebe
September 19, 2019
Now that school is back in session, a plurality of impressive campus art galleries are in full swing as well, offering everything from current students’ works in progress, to sociopolitical exhibitions, to solo shows by emerging artists, to explorations of prominent artists’ cultural impact. We checked in with 16 college-affiliated art galleries to find out about what they have planned for the new semester. As in ... (read more)

Rebecca Farr at Barely Fair with Serious Topics 9.12.19

Making Light
Curated by Serious Topics for Barely Fair
20th September 6-10pm
Additional visiting hours:
21st September, 11am - 7pm
22nd September, 11am - 6pm
29th September, 1 - 4pm
6th October, 1 - 4pm
13th October, 1 - 4pm
20th October, 1 - 4pm
Or by appointment
Julius Caesar Chicago
3311 W. Carroll Ave.
Chicago, Illinois 60624
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Rodrigo Valenzuela keynote speaker at Filter Photo 9.11.19

Speaker at Filter Photo
September 19th at 7-8pm
Columbia College
600 S. Michigan Ave.
Chicago, Illinois 60605
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Morgan Mandalay in group exhibition at Interior and the collectors 9.10.19

Collection nº 10
Interior and the collectors
40 rue tramassac
Lyon, France
September 18, 2019 - January 4, 2020 (read more)

Rodrigo Valenzuela in solo exhibition at Upfor 9.3.19

PAST: September 4 – 28, 2019
First Thursday opening September 5, 6–8 pm
PRESENT: October 2 – November 2, 2019
First Thursday opening October 3, 6–8 pm (artist present)
Past | Present, Rodrigo Valenzuela’s third solo exhibition at Upfor, is comprised of two parts: in September, a selection of prior work from major series in photography, video and painting; and in October, the debut of a new body of monochromatic photographs.
Past in September is comprised of selections from photographic series and ... (read more)

Bettina Hubby in group show at the Schindler House 9.3.19

Soft Schindler
October 12, 2019 - February 16, 2020
Schindler House
835 N Kings Road
West Hollywood, CA 90069
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Rodrigo Valenzuela in Art Daily 8.30.19

Robert Lazzarini, chain-link fence (torn), 2012.

USF Contemporary Art Museum presents The Return of the Real: Robert Lazzarini and Rodrigo Valenzuela
TAMPA, FLA.- In an era increasingly dominated by fabricated fears, alternative facts and fake news, the artists Robert Lazzarini (U.S., b. 1965) and Rodrigo Valenzuela (Chile, b. 1982) rearrange, reconstruct and ultimately distort reality in order to question its most fundamental premises. Their two-person exhibition, The Return of the Real, illustrates, among other things, how the real is made up ... (read more)

Alexandra Wiesenfeld in two-person exhibition at Mount Saint Mary’s University 8.28.19

Alexandra Wiesenfeld and Norman Schwab
September 9 - October 5
Opening Reception: Sunday, September 8th from 3-5pm
José Drudis-Biada Art Gallery
Mount Saint Mary's University
1200 Chalon Road
Los Angeles, California 90049 (read more)

Rodrigo Valenzuela in Oregon Live 8.23.19

11 Portland art exhibits to freshen up your fall


By Briana Miller | For The Oregonian/OregonLive

New shows this fall showcase the work of (clockwise, from top left): Noritaka Tatehana, Jeremy Okai Davis, Brenda Mallory and Rodrigo Valenzula.

The fall art season kicks off with solid offerings that include the Portland2019 Biennial at Disjecta Contemporary Art Center and the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art's Time-Based Art Festival, followed by city-wide programming around the second annual Portland Textile Month in October.
Galleries and art ... (read more)