• Jiha Moon Foreign Love at the Weatherspoon Art Museum

    Jiha Moon, Foreign Love, at the Weatherspoon Museum of Art, January 18 – April 14, 2014.  Her exhibition at the Weatherspoon, Foreign Love, mixes multiple cultural references to play upon the idea of shifting identities and includes work on paper, ceramic sculptures, and a series of talisman-like works inspired by Korean norigae.  – from the Weatherspoon  annoucement This exhibition was … Continue reading Jiha Moon Foreign Love at the Weatherspoon Art Museum

  • Avantika Bawa honored with Joan Shipley Award

    Avantika Bawa is the 2014 recipient of the Oregon Arts Commission’s honorary Joan Shipley Award. Bawa leads a group of 13 Oregon artists selected from a pool of more than 190 applicants from 35 Oregon cities for the OAC’s 2014 Individual Artist Fellowships. The 2014 fellowships, awarded to artists from Portland, Eugene and Enterprise, support artists working in visual arts … Continue reading Avantika Bawa honored with Joan Shipley Award

  • wipala/annica: surveying | william cordova & glexis novoa | Bridge Red Studios/Project Space

    wipala/annica | surveying: william cordova and glexis novoa
    Sunday, December 1st – Sunday, January 19th, 2013

    This exhibit focuses on the vernacular constructs of necessity and its influence on our collective landscape.

  • William Cordova at the Studio Museum in Harlem

    William Cordova is part of The Shadows Took Shape a group exhibition exploring Afrofuturist aesthetics at the Studio Museum in Harlem, November 14th, 2013 – March 9th, 2014. Cordova collaborated with Nyeema Morgan and Otabenga Jones & Associates to construct a new work inspired by his recent monumental sculpture lando, landu (yawar mallku)(2011). – Studio Museum press release

  • Alejandro Aguilera at the Queens Museum

    Alejandro Aguilera, Citizens of the World: Cuba in Queens, a group exhibition at the Queens Museum of Art, November 9th, 2013 – March 9th, 2014. The exhibition features Cuban artists from the Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection and the inaugural exhibition of The Shelley and Donald Rubin Gallery at the Queens Museum of Art.