Somewhere in Between, Kellogg Art Gallery, Cal State Poly Pomona, Pomona, CA. - Ismael de Anda III / Artist - Los Angeles, CA
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Somewhere in Between, Kellogg Art Gallery, Cal State Poly Pomona, Pomona, CA.

Somewhere in Between, Kellogg Art Gallery, Cal State Poly Pomona, Pomona, CA.

Somewhere in Betweenco-curated by Michele Cairella Fillmore and Bia GayottoOpens on Election Day 2018:Tues., Nov. 6, 2018 –Thurs., Mar. 17, 2019Artist’s Reception:Sat. Nov. 10, 3-6pm

Somewhere in Betweenis a group exhibition consisting oftwenty-fourLA-based artists of various international origins,ethnicties and cultures.Theseartistsaddress relevantconcepts oftransnationalism, culturalidentity, appropriation, hybridization,and a sense of place and history. Together, these themes represent the role of artists bridging two or more cultures and the effect of that amalgamation. Through the use of various media,including installation, video, photography, book-making, found object, organic materials and textilesamong others,these artistsfurther engage with contemporary and historical topics of immigration, diaspora, displacement, current events and popular culture.

 

Participating Artists:

Carmen Argote

Hagop Belian

Guillermo Bert

Maryrose

Cobarrubias Mendoza

Ismael de Anda III

Beatriz Cortez

Michelle Dizon

Cirilo Domine

Patricia Fernández Carcedo

Keiko Fukazawa

Bia Gayotto

Flora Kao

Seema Kapur

Nery Gabriel Lemus

Yong Soon Min

Amitis Motevalli

Hillary Mushkin

Camilo Ontiveros

Raksha Parekh

Renée Petropoulos

Gala Porras

Kim

Ben Sakoguchi

Evelyn Serrano

Clarissa Tossi

LOCATION INFO
Kellogg University Art Gallery California State Polytechnic University Pomona3801 West Temple Avenue, Pomona CA 91768The Kellogg University Art Gallery is a 4,000 square foot venue located in Building 35A, on the Northeast end of the Bronco Student Center, diagonally across from the University Library

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