this 2013 exhibition was a special project with student participation,
sponsored by Woodbury University's School's of Architecture
and Media, Culture & Design and organized by the Zone V
Lesley Krane and I juried from a selection of 400 submitted works
from almost 300 local and national artists. As a WU participating adjunct
and Zone V faculty advisior, I advised WU students
from multiple disciplines on exhibition development,
management and production.
For more information on the exhibition, artists,
participation and the artworks, please visit:
open show 2012
new work shown at the 2012 open show juried by Rebecca Morse (MoCA)
the images shown are from a study of girls' dorm rooms taken in China.
this series of photographs are 20"x20" chromogenic prints
exhibiting some new work from my series entitled "One Hundred aspects of the moon"
in the group exhibition "Terrestrial Life" - October 13-Nov 9 2012
At Photo LA 2011
Photo LA 20th Anniversary Edition
January 13 – 17, 2011
Presented by the LAAA/Gallery 825: Booth B-409
Santa Monica Civic Auditorium
1855 Main Street
Santa Monica, CA 90401
Showing selected prints from the "Monsters in the Closet" series.
an exhibition of photographic works
"Sight" can be a physical or virtual place as well as an implication of one of the five (or six) senses. A line of sight, especially one between a spectator and the spectacle deals with perception. In "sightlines" photographers use a variety of styles and techniques to explore the remnants of both what is seen and what is unseen. The images deal more with looking and questioning than knowing.
I've curated this exhibition focusing on the work of 18 of my students at Woodbury University.
Where: Cabrini Gallery (@ Woodbury University)
When: May 2 (9:30am-5pm)
GEM at Gallery 825
I'm showing work from the series "kids" at GEM the Los Angeles Art Association's annual benefit on April 11, 2009 at Gallery 825. The event, widely embraced by the art community and leading collectors as a showcase of emerging art trends, will feature the art of over 100 emerging, mid-career and established artists.
Saturday, April 11, 2009
VIP Preview 6 to 7p
Reception 7 to 10p
On KPFK's Feminist Magazine Wed. March 4th.
Feminist Magazine is the weekly Southern California radio show of news, views, politics and culture with a feminist perspective.
Curator Alma Ruiz, exhibiting artists Niku Kashef and Yvonne Beatty with Sandra Mueller of the Women's Caucus for Art will share the multiple perspectives of these artists.
Take a listen:
Women Artists on Immigration
February 20 – March 7, 2009
Korean Cultural Center Art Gallery
5505 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, 90036
323.936.7141 / www.kccla.org
Gallery Hours: Open M-Fri., 9-5; Sat. 10-5
Opening Reception: February 27, 2009, from 7 to 9 PM
Includes WCA 5th International Video Shorts Festival screening juried by Véronique Sapin.
Closing SCWCA Event: Saturday, March 7, 12:30 to 2 PM
Artists talks about their work in celebration of International Women’s Day
MY NEW COUNTRY at Gallery 825
MY NEW COUNTRY - a group show juried by LACMA's Rita Gonzalez.
1/31/09 to 2/27/09
"Nesting Place" at Tacoma Contemporary
Where: Tacoma Contemporary, in the windows of the historic Woolworth building in downtown Tacoma (WA) - at the intersection of Commerce and 11th streets.
When: Nov 17, 2008 - Feb 14, 2009
Nesting Place is inspired by nest of the paper wasp. In the Pacific Northwest, paper wasps have annual colonies that are often found under the eaves of human-made structures. Over-winter a colony can rapidly decline and leave the nests empty and lifeless, but again, in the spring, the wasps return to the same spot to build their new nest adjacent to the old ones - holding on to the solace of things past while constructing a hope for the future. Built entirely from hand-sculpted papers set in dynamic relation to one another, the installation was designed specifically for the eaves and walls of the gallery space. Dimensions of Installation: 25' x 15' x 15" Dimensions of Image Above (Detail): 3' x 3' x 5" Medium: Monotypes, insect collection pins