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Mariangeles; Soto-Diaz: iHola! Unconfirmed Makeshift Museum in Santa Ana

MARIANGELES SOTO-DIAZ iHOLA! UNCONFIRMED MAKESHIFT MUSEUM IN SANTA ANAMay 7 – June 12, 2022 a socially engaged artist-in-residence projectPhase 1 – Saturday, May 7 from 7-10PM storefront gallery research and development Artist Mariangeles Soto-Diaz’s practice is multilayered. She describes herself as a â“prismatic, conceptual maximalistâ” who integrates social practice, performance, and installation, approaching each project […]

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PLATFORM #7: Umar Rashid, Caleb Duarte in conversation with Bill Kelley, Jr.

PLATFORM #7 UMAR RASHID and CALEB DUARTE in conversation with BILL KELLEY, JR.            Tuesday, March 8, 5:00 p.m.Zoom link: event is free and open to the public, presented live via Zoom with a recording available for post live-stream viewing. ConSortiUm, a collaborative project of art museums and galleries from the California State University (CSU) system, is […]

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a street corner with an individual sign spinner doing a handstand on a red and white arrow sign

Yumi Janairo Roth: Spin (After Sol LeWitt)

Spin (After Sol LeWitt)  Yumi Janairo Roth March 5 – June 12, 2022 Opening Reception: Sat. March 5 from 7 – 10pm – with AArrow Sign Spinners PROGRAMS – Collaborative programs throughout the exhibition will take place with:AArrow Sign SpinnersThe Spindustry Podcast hosted by Joey Castanon, with first episode confirmed guests LAXART Director Hamza Walker and […]

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Jynx Prado: Intimidating Intimacy

Intimidating Intimacy Jynx Prado March 5 – June 12, 2022 Opening Reception: Sat. March 5 from 7 – 10pm Intimidating Intimacy is a recreated documentation of a video performance from a year prior, represented in a multimedia installation. With a reflection of time, the work on exhibition revisits the past performance with a deeper understanding of […]

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Charlotte Ginsborg: 22:22

22:22  Charlotte Ginsborg March 5 – June 12, 2022 Opening Reception: Sat. March 5 from 7 – 10pm 22:22 tells the story of Tom Sietas, who in 2012 set a world record at that time of twenty-two minutes and twenty-two seconds in Static Apnea, the ability to hold one’s breath underwater. Through evocative underwater photography, Charlotte […]

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Individuals in a line climbing an airplane entry staircase

Adrian Paci: Centro di permanenza temporanea

Centro di permanenza temporanea  Adrian Paci December 4, 2021 – February 13, 2022 Opening Reception: Sat. Dec 4 from 7 – 10pm The central setting is an airport. A crowd of people are patiently moving towards an aircraft boarding staircase. They form a queue while we can observe planes taking off and landing in the […]

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painting of a man and bird mixed figure

Yaron Michael Hakim: Psittaciformes

PSITTACIFORMES YARON MICHAEL HAKIM September 4, 2021 – January 9, 2022 Opening Reception: Sat. Sept. 4 from 7-10PM In his current body of work, Psittaciformes, Yaron Michael Hakim has adopted the formal approach of naturalist illustration to depict imagined anthropomorphic creatures. Through these paintings, he examines his South American heritage and the kind of exoticization that has been projected onto […]

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two women laying on floor with long hair that runs through hole in wall attached to another woman's hair

Roksana Pirouzmand: they last forever

THEY LAST FOREVER ROKSANA PIROUZMAND September 4 – December 5, 2021 Opening Reception: Sat. Sept. 4 from 7-10PM Roksana Pirouzmand’s they last forever series are a psychological extension of sketches for performance ideas. The works are slabs of clay painted upon with additional clay, allowing the artist to cut through and puncture the slabs to create actual […]

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animated image of man running down street

Mel Chin: 9-11 / 9-11

9-11/9-11 MEL CHIN SEPTEMBER 11, 2001 – NEW YORK CITYSEPTEMBER 11, 1973 – SANTIAGO September 4 – November 14, 2021 Opening Reception: Sat. Sept. 4 from 7-10PM The terrorist attacks on the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York City forever scarred the trust of the American people. On the same date, […]

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