Rodrigo Valenzuela lecture at Arizona State University 3.19.19

2019 Visiting Artists and Scholar Lecture Series featuring Rodrigo Valenzuela
Tuesday March 26th, 5 - 6:30pm
Neeb Hall
Rodrigo Valenzuela was born in Santiago, Chile in 1982 and currently lives and works in Los Angeles. Valenzuela studies art history and photography at University of Chile (2004), holds a BA in philosophy at the Evergreen State College and MFA at University of Washington. Recent residencies include Core Fellowship at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (Texas), Skowhegan School of Painting and Scuplture (Maine), ... (read more)

Katie Herzog in VoyageLA 3.4.19

Meet Katie Herzog
MARCH 4, 2019
Today we’d like to introduce you to Katie Herzog.
Every artist has a unique story. Can you briefly walk us through yours?
I was born blue. Low apgar. The first image I ever saw was the tattoo on my mom’s breast. As a child, my eyeballs were a playground for me, and I enjoyed spending time experiencing vision. A friend of my mom’s was in prison and used to send me cartoons she painted ... (read more)

Bettina Hubby in Art and Cake 3.3.19

Bettina Hubby is Positively Earnest at Klowden Mann

Bettina Hubby: Positively Earnest
through March 23, 2019
Klowden Mann, Culver City
By Shana Nys Dambrot
It’s a mantra, it’s a safe word, it’s a daily affirmation, it’s a compulsion. Whether all of this and more, Bettina Hubby’s bright neon beacon reading “Positively Earnest” is a signal of the artist’s intention to make you feel better — even if that’s not always what you expect ... (read more)

David Lloyd in group show at The Loft at Liz’s 3.2.19

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Rodrigo Valenzuela at The Armory Show 3.2.19

Rodrigo Valenzuela
The Armory Show
Upfor Gallery
Pier 94, Booth P7
New York, NY 10019
Thursday, March 7, 12-8pm
Friday, March 8, 12-8pm
Saturday, March 9, 12-7pm
Sunday, March 10, 12-6pm
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Andrea Chung in group show at The Historical Museum in the University of Oslo 2.28.19

Still picture from the film Paradise Omeros, by Isaac Julien.

The Sea is History

The Sea is History features work by contemporary artists who address issues of migration and displacement from both a historical and contemporary perspective.

Time and place: Mar. 7, 2019 - Aug. 18, 2019, The Historical Museum

The stories and histories extend over a timeframe that begins with the African slave trade and continues until today. The exhibition title is inspired by the seminal poem by the St. Lucian Nobel-laureate poet ... (read more)

Rodrigo Valenzuela lecture at Museum of Contemporary Art 2.28.19

Artists on Artists: Rodrigo Valenzuela on Zoe Leonard
Sunday, Mar 17, 2019
The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA
152 North Central Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90012
(213) 621-1732 or
Artist and assistant professor in the Department of Art at UCLA, Rodrigo Valenzuela works across photography, video, and installation to address the lived experiences of undocumented immigrants and laborers. Using autobiographical threads to address universal subjects, Valenzuela constructs scenes that point to the tensions found ... (read more)

Christine Frerichs, Bettina Hubby and Katie Herzog in group show at Serious Topics 2.28.19

Punk House vs. Dream House
Organized by Kristin Calabrese, Joshua Aster and Torie Zalben
March 23 - May 4

Opening Reception: Saturday, March 23rd from 2-7pm

Serious Topics
1207 N. La Brea Ave. Suite 300
Inglewood, CA 90302-1214

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Katie Herzog in New University 2.12.19

February 12, 2019 |  Contributing Writer | by: Eashan Reddy Kotha
Visitors of the Contemporary Arts Gallery on Jan. 26 found a glimpse of a few thought-provoking works of art. The space was set for the Critical & Curatorial Studies MFA Thesis Exhibition: “Terms of Use,” curated by Corrie Siegel, and containing the works of Fiona Connor, Katie Herzog and The Archive of the Privatized Experience. Shortly after entering the exhibit, an unusual proposition ... (read more)

Rodrigo Valenzuela in Los Angeles Times 2.11.19

A visitor experiences Alan Nakagawa’s “Rescue” at OCMAExpand — Santa Ana, a piece that includes a video projection of drawn images of the Ku Klux Klan, a hair-drying chair rescued from a beauty salon and audio of Nakagawa's KKK-related anxieties. (Photo by Lauren Hillary)

Temporary OCMAExpand location offers a unique experience for arts lovers

By RICHARD CHANG | FEB 11, 2019 | 11:05 AM

Last May, the Orange County Museum of Art made a big splash with the unveiling of models and plans for ... (read more)