Fine Arts Faculty Dana Berman Duff will present the US premiere of her 7-minute 16mm film, Catalogue, which has recently screened at the Toronto International Film Festival, the Edinburgh International Film Festival, and the EXiS Experimental Film Festival in Seoul. The screening will take place at the Echo Park Film Center as part of the center's New Works Salon at 8 pm on Saturday, September 27. The New Works Salon series is a casual forum for the presentation and discussion of new works in film and video by local and visiting artists. Other artists work to be featured include Thom Andersen, Laida Lertxundi, Juan Daniel F. Molero, Luciano Piazza and Reza Monahan. The Echo Park Film Center is located at 1200 N Alvarado St. (@ Sunset Blvd.) Los Angeles, CA. 90026. For info: 213-484-8846.
A number of Fine Arts Department faculty, staff and alumni will exhibit work in 6018 Wilshire, a group exhibition at Edward Cella Art & Architecture. The show will open with a reception on Saturday, September 20 at 6 pm; and will run through November 22. Faculty and Visiting faculty in the show include Jacci den Hartog, Alex Slade, Skip Arnold, Adam Berg, Hillary Mushkin, Lucas Reiner, and Adam Silverman; and staff, Michael Pierzynski. Alumni in the show include Flora Kao ('08) and Jessica Minckley ('05).
Faculty and Alumni in Hammer Museum's Biennial "Made in LA" through Sept. 7
Among the artists featured in UCLA's Hammer Museum Biennial are alumni Kim Fisher MFA '98, Juan Capistran '99 and Mike Frimkess MFA '57. Faculty member Lauren Mackler of Public Fiction is also included.
Past Off-campus Exhibitions
Meg Cranston at Fitzroy Gallery, N.Y.
Fine Arts Chair Meg Cranston was featured in a two-person show, May 4-June 15 at Fitzroy Gallery.
"Meg Cranston’s work, rife with levity and wit, investigates the intersection between the individual and shared experience, and has previously included performance, sculpture, text and video, often referencing personal attributes and historical events.In this installation, comprised of paintings and collages, Cranston combines found imagery with abstract forms, layering real signifiers and content—-a bleached blonde, onion rings, fashion watches, Vasarely-esque Op-Art designs are all represented. Acknowledging the sociopolitical importance of the medium in early modernist art, Cranston’s semiotic use of color, texture, form, and typography are a nod at commercial advertising and the use of photomontage."
Angel Gyre, 2013
oil, acrylic and silkscreen on canvas
72 x 56 inches
Lorenzo Hurtado solo exhibition at CB1 Gallery
April 1-30, 2014
Reception for the artist: Wednesday April 23, 2014, 6-7:30 pm
Siri Kaur in CA Triennial of Photography
Fine Arts, Digital Media and Foundation faculty member 's work was included in Staking Claim: the California Triennial of Photography, at the Museum of Photographic Arts, San Diego through January 24, 2014
Rose (Darkroom Experiment #2)
Orange County Museum of Art California-Pacific Triennial
Faculty member Farrah Karapetian and alumni Mark Dean Veca and Michael Lin were selected among the 32 artists featured in this major exhibition that ran through Nov 17.