Last night, Pete Hawkes and I had the opening reception for our show–Leaving Here, Being There–in the UCLA Broad Art Center. I am happy with how the show turned out, and it was great getting a chance to talk to new and familiar people about the work.
An excellent Art MFA show also opened in the nearby New Wight Gallery.
Documentation of individual projects will go up over the next week, after Pete and I go in with a tripod to take photos of the work. For now, here are a few photos from the opening.
Untitled, by Claire Jackel
Root Division had an opening for a group exhibition tonight, an event which happily coincided with an obviously crowded Shepard Fairey opening. The quality of the work was good overall, but what interested me was the large representation of diorama-based photography. Continue reading Does the curator have a diorama fetish?
A few months ago, I was invited to take part in the Perfect with Pixel exhibition at Bowling Green State University. I’m excited about the other artists I will be showing alongside, including Andy Au, a printmaking professor at Miami University. From my recent work, Ikebana was selected for the show. Last week, I had the series printed on super-nice Hahnemühle photo rag by the folks at Hanson Digital in San Francisco. I’m quite happy with how they turned out.
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