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(Beyond) Redemption

Opening Reception: Saturday, August 10th, 6 – 9pm August 10th , 2019 - August 24th, 2019 Backspace Gallery 1528 E. 17th St. Los Angeles, CA 90021 United States ...

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Remixing Reality

Opening Reception: Saturday, July 13, 7-10PM Exhibition Dates: July 13 – August 3, 2019 Closing Gathering: Saturday, August 3, 2-4PM...

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Neo-Quechquémitl

The quechquémitl is a garment which has been worn by indigenous cultures in Central Mexico since the pre-Hispanic period. For this action I presented fabric and paper templates for quechquémitls for participants to create and customize their own garment incorporating contemporary materials as a 21st...

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AOC f58 Galleria Bruno Lisi, Rome, Italy curator Camilla Boemio

The quechquémitl is a garment which has been worn by indigenous cultures in Central Mexico since the pre-Hispanic period. For this action I presented fabric and paper templates for quechquémitls for participants to create and customize their own garment incorporating contemporary materials as a 21st...

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Ismael de Anda: performance e site-specific Neo-Quechquémitl

L’artista per la prima volta espone in Italia. Per questa performance dialogherà con il pubblico per realizzare, con coloro che saranno interessati, un proprio quechquemitl che potrà essere indossato e/o collocato sul muro della galleria fino a comporre un installazione partecipativa....

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Alptraum curated by Marcus Sendlinger/Fernando Rascón

ABOUT: The title of the wandering exhibition was inspired by the paintings of the Swiss artist Johann- Heinrich Fussli (1741 Zurich - 1825 London) who painted different versions of "Incubus“ (Nachtmahr). He made the world of dreams and visions subject of his paintings inspired by ghost...

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2019 California Community Foundation Fellowship for Visual Artists

The CCF Fellowship for Visual Artists provides financial and other support to help Los Angeles-based artists build thriving, sustainable careers and to strengthen L.A.’s vibrant arts scene. This year’s fellows were selected from more than 300 applicants working in a wide range of disciplines....

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