To my dear art fans. I'm traveling around the Northern continent again starting January 12th. I start by going to Guadalajara for an exhibit and workshop. I'll post those details when I get them.
Then I'm off to WASHINGTON DC for a show about immigration where I have 5 prints. Info here:
Magic of the Melting Pot
The Studio Gallery
2108 R Street NW
My Artist Talk is on January 20th @ 7 pm!
Show opens on Friday January 7, 2011 6-9 p.m., but I won't be at the opening.
Painters, Pacifists, Revolutionists and Dreamers have all contributed to the beauty of Art and Culture in America. Coming from all corners of the world, the artists in the show include Solomon Wondimu, Susan Cho, Natalie Guerrieri, Cesar Maxit , Graham Boyle, and more.
Then I'm off to CHAMPAIGN, ILLINOIS for a week long residency at the University of Illinois Champaign, Urbana. I'll be hosting workshops and lectures from:
Sunday, Jan 23 - Thurs, Jan 27
7 pm every night
Allen Hall 1005 W. Gregory Dr., MC-050
Urbana, IL 61801
Then its LOS ANGELES, to collaborate with some of my favorite artists on a show, including John Carr, Yuri Shimojo, Augustine Kofie and Mike Russek. The show is called, "Edifice Cache." I'll be working on an installation and the public is more than welcome to come see me do my install during gallery hours, Tuesday Feb 1st through Friday Feb 4th, 12-6 pm.
Morono Kiang Gallery
218 West 3rd Street
Los Angeles, CA 90013
Install Dates - Public is Welcome, Come See Me!: Feb 1-4th, 12-6 pm
Opening for My Install: Sat. Feb 5th @ 5-8 pm
There will be openings for the other artists each Saturday from 5-8pm starting on Jan. 22nd. The concept of Edifice Cache is based on the idea of Exquisite Corpse whereby a work of art is created through the collaboration of a group of artists who will add their work to components of -in this case- a single installation in sequence. Mike Russek, an L.A. based artist and designer will provide the basis in the form of an evolving installation. As the artists work on creating the installation -the Edifice- their processes will be recorded on camera and will be on display as the memory component -Cache- of the exhibit.
Come by and see me if you are in any of these locations! Also, be sure to follow me on twitter to know where I'm headed next.