The Destruction of Destruction was exhibited at UCLA’s annual scholarship exhibition. Was nice to get a lot of people from CPO to come out and support.
October 22 – December 4, 2014
Opening reception: October 22, 2014
Conversation with the artists, October 22, 6 p.m.
Guest curator Eric Almanza ‘04, a CSUDH alumnus and painter whose works will also be on display. He has selected the following artists whose work focuses on migration and immigration: Nery Gabriel Lemus, Oscar Magallanes, Antonio Pelayo, Eric Almanza and San Jose pure-fiber artist Consuelo Jimenez Underwood.
A few artist were selected to speak about their work featured in Estampas de la Raza exhibition. Oscar spoke with Jennifer Dasal, associate curator of contemporary art at the North Carolina Museum of Art for their quarterly magazine “Preview”. A full version of the interview can be found on the museum’s blog “UNTITLED”.
With 35 works “A Movement in Two Parts” is to date the largest public exhibition by Oscar.
April 11th through June 15th
Christopher Brand, Oscar Campos, Johnnie Domínguez, Gabriel “Espi” Espinoza, Oscar Magallanes, Steve Martínez, Antonio Mejía, Evan Skredertsu, Stigma, Gregg Stone & Joe “Ded” Walsh
Opening Reception April 11th, 8 pm
Open to the public and free admission
I am sad to say that Sam Coronado passed away November 11th. I had the honor of working with Sam and the great staff from the Serie Project while on a short residency in May of this year. Sam was an accomplished artist and tireless promoter of the arts. He was the founder of the Serie Project and Coronado Studio, co-founder of Mexic-Arte Museum, and a contributor to many other organizations and worked closely with many artists.
To find out more about the work of Sam and the Serie project or if you would like to make a donation to the Serie Project, please follow the link below.