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The G2 Gallery will open Mojave Moonlight\, a solo exhibition of nightscapes from National Park Service Artist-in-Residence To m Lowe.

DTEND:20140914 DTSTAMP:20140713T031957 DTSTART:20140729 GEO:33.990525;-118.46464 LOCATION:The G2 Gallery\,1503 Abbot Kinney Blvd \nVenice\, CA 90291 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The G2 Gallery Presents: Mojave Moonlight\, Tome Lowe UID:346621 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140729T180000 DTSTAMP:20140713T031957 DTSTART:20140729T100000 GEO:33.990525;-118.46464 LOCATION:The G2 Gallery\,1503 Abbot Kinney Blvd \nVenice\, CA 90291 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The G2 Gallery Presents: Mojave Moonlight\, Tome Lowe UID:346622 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Monotype: A Painter&rsquo\;s Bridge t o Printmaking

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In this class\, students will receive a thor ough introduction to the technique of monotype. Monotype printmaking involv es the creation of unique prints that combine the techniques of painting\, drawing\, and collage\, while introducing the specific and often unpredicta ble quality of pressure. \; Through technical examples\, a historical d iscussion of the monotype form\, and a tour of the concurrent print show\, students will develop a powerful sense of how their work might continue to translate through print. \; Miles Lewis is a member of the Los Angeles Printmaking Society and teaches and works at Valley Print Studio in Woodlan d Hills\, CA.  \;

DTEND:20140816T153000 DTSTAMP:20140713T031957 DTSTART:20140816T100000 GEO:33.9166805;-117.9000604 LOCATION:City of Brea Art Gallery\,1 Civic Center Circle Plaza Level\nBrea\ , CA 92821 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Monotype Printmaking Workshop\, Instructor Miles Lewis UID:346608 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Monotype: A Painter&rsquo\;s Bridge t o Printmaking

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In this class\, students will receive a thor ough introduction to the technique of monotype. Monotype printmaking involv es the creation of unique prints that combine the techniques of painting\, drawing\, and collage\, while introducing the specific and often unpredicta ble quality of pressure. \; Through technical examples\, a historical d iscussion of the monotype form\, and a tour of the concurrent print show\, students will develop a powerful sense of how their work might continue to translate through print. \; Miles Lewis is a member of the Los Angeles Printmaking Society and teaches and works at Valley Print Studio in Woodlan d Hills\, CA.  \;

DTEND:20140816T153000 DTSTAMP:20140713T031957 DTSTART:20140816T100000 GEO:33.9166805;-117.9000604 LOCATION:City of Brea Art Gallery\,1 Civic Center Circle Plaza Level\nBrea\ , CA 92821 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Monotype Printmaking Workshop\, Instructor Miles Lewis UID:346607 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Learn the art of bookmaking with Cal State Fullerton Profess or Betsy Holster! In this one day workshop\, students will learn to make th ree different styles of books\, so everyone will have three different books to take home!  \;Bookmaking is not nearly as difficult as it looks - a nyone can learn to do it.  \;In fact\, you will have so much fun that y ou may become addicted! Once you have made the three book structures taught in this class\, you will have no trouble using materials at home to contin ue making more and more books!

DTEND:20140906T160000 DTSTAMP:20140713T031957 DTSTART:20140906T100000 GEO:33.9166805;-117.9000604 LOCATION:City of Brea Art Gallery\,1 Civic Center Circle Plaza Level\nBrea\ , CA 92821 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Book Arts with Betsy Holster\, Instructor Betsy Holster UID:346600 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Originally founded as Baby Tat too Books\, a publishing company for underground illustrators and writers\, Baby Tattoo has since evolved into a robust and diverse collective of cont emporary artists and collectors. Held in conjunction with their annual priv ate collectors&rsquo\; gala event at the Mission Inn hotel in Riverside\, R AM&rsquo\;s companion exhibitions have taken place for the past six years a nd continue to draw fans from across the globe.

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Past artists have included those involved in the first generatio n of the &lsquo\;Lowbrow&rsquo\; movement\, as well as many that may be con sidered on the fringes of or outside the movement today. Rejecting traditio nal notions of what is considered "fine art\," Baby Tattoo&rsquo\;s oeuvre draws on such influences as comic book art\, hot rod culture\, fantasy illu stration\, the macabre\, retro nostalgia\, science fiction\, and psychedeli a.

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The art movements known as &ldquo\ ;Pop Surrealism&rdquo\; and &ldquo\;Lowbrow&rdquo\; have excited the public with their mixture of the nostalgic\, decadent\, humorous\, and morose. Or iginating as a hybridized &ldquo\;bastard&rdquo\; art movement\, Baby Tatto o has gained an increasingly mainstream fan base\, championed by well-known alternative art chronicle\, JUXTAPOZ magazine\, as well as Hi Fructose and numerous blogs and websites. Baby Tattoo Founder Bob Self describes the se ntiments behind the group simply as\, &ldquo\;Strange\, fun art.&rdquo\;

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A few of this year's participating arti sts include: Brom\, Laurie Lee Brom\, Eric Fortune\, Tara McPherson\, Brian Smith\, and Joe Sorren.

DTEND:20141125 DTSTAMP:20140713T031957 DTSTART:20140904 GEO:33.981805;-117.370465 LOCATION:Riverside Art Museum\,3425 Mission Inn Avenue \nRiverside\, CA 925 01 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Baby Tattoo 2014: Baby Tattooville Through the Looking Glass\, Brom \, Laurie Lee Brom\, Eric Fortune\, Tara McPherson\, Brian Smith\, Joe Sorr en UID:346584 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20141003T210000 DTSTAMP:20140713T031957 DTSTART:20141003T190000 GEO:33.981805;-117.370465 LOCATION:Riverside Art Museum\,3425 Mission Inn Avenue \nRiverside\, CA 925 01 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Baby Tattoo 2014: Baby Tattooville Through the Looking Glass\, Brom \, Laurie Lee Brom\, Eric Fortune\, Tara McPherson\, Brian Smith\, Joe Sorr en UID:346585 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Continuing a yearly tradition\, the Riverside Art Museum is pleased to a nnounce the opening of the \;2014 Members&rsquo\; Exhibitio n: Still Life: Remixed. This annual exhibit puts RAM &rsquo\;s abundant and talented artist-member demographic front and center with the opportunity to display and sell an original piece of their choice in accordance with the presiding theme. The exhibition is open to all media and attracts a wide range of artists\, from emerging to the well establish ed. Artists are welcome to interpret the theme of \;Still Life: Rem ixed however they choose and are also permitted to submit an accompany ing artist's statement and short biography.

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A panel of judges from the l ocal art community will award: three Honorable Mentions\, a Curatorial Awar d (selected by RAM curatorial staff)\, and a Best of Show award. All award winners will enjoy the opportunity to mount an exhibit feature in RAM&rsquo \;s auxiliary exhibition spaces over the course of 2015. Nearly all artwork submissions are available for purchase and all proceeds support both RAM a nd the artists. \;Price lists will be available in the gallery.< /p>\n

Award Reception during Summer Exhibit Celebration: Thursday\, August 7\, 2014\, 6:00 p.m. &ndash\; 9:00 p.m. (Awards from 6:00 p.m. &ndas h\; 6:30 p.m.)

DTEND:20140828 DTSTAMP:20140713T031957 DTSTART:20140806 GEO:33.981805;-117.370465 LOCATION:Riverside Art Museum\,3425 Mission Inn Avenue \nRiverside\, CA 925 01 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:2014 Members' Exhibition: Still Life: Remixed UID:346582 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140807T210000 DTSTAMP:20140713T031957 DTSTART:20140807T180000 GEO:33.981805;-117.370465 LOCATION:Riverside Art Museum\,3425 Mission Inn Avenue \nRiverside\, CA 925 01 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:2014 Members' Exhibition: Still Life: Remixed UID:346583 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

The Riverside Art Museum is proud to present \;Building Imaginat ion: The Art of Garner Holt Productions\, Inc. Founded in 1977 in San Bernardino\, California\, Garner Holt Productions\, Inc. has grown to be th e world&rsquo\;s largest designer and manufacturer of animatronics\, animat ronic figures\, special effects\, show action systems\, parade floats\, exh ibits and interactives.

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After more than 35 years\, Garner Holt Productio ns\, Inc. continues to be a bastion of creative design and engineering\, pr oducing for the enjoyment of millions at the world&rsquo\;s most frequently visited destinations\, including theme parks and museums.

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Garner Holt P roductions\, Inc. is a prime example of the innovation and creativity that has flourished in the Inland Empire community. With generous offerings from Garner Holt Productions\, Inc.\, Independent Curator\, Lindsey Rossi will present an introduction to the varied artistic skills this unique industry seeks from the creative minds of the region.

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Summer Exhibition Celebrat ion: Thursday\, August 7\, 2014\, 6:00 p.m &ndash\; 9:00 p.m.

DTEND:20140914 DTSTAMP:20140713T031957 DTSTART:20140703 GEO:33.981805;-117.370465 LOCATION:Riverside Art Museum\,3425 Mission Inn Avenue \nRiverside\, CA 925 01 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Building Imagination: The Art of Garner Holt Productions\, Inc. UID:346580 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140807T210000 DTSTAMP:20140713T031957 DTSTART:20140807T180000 GEO:33.981805;-117.370465 LOCATION:Riverside Art Museum\,3425 Mission Inn Avenue \nRiverside\, CA 925 01 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Building Imagination: The Art of Garner Holt Productions\, Inc. UID:346581 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
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&ldquo\;Miniature Worlds&rdquo\; is a display of 180 snuff bottles selected from the Museum&rsquo\;s permanent collection by Abigail Wang &rsquo\;15\, Janet Inskeep Benton &rsquo\;79 Curatorial/Research Intern. The display is part of the Art in Dialogueseries\, which provides a forum for investigati ng the Museum&rsquo\;s permanent collection. \;

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In craftsmanship and function\, Chinese snuff bottles reflec t international circuits of trade and cultural exchange\, and speak to the mystery and intimacy of everyday objects. Snuff\, fine-ground tobacco that is lightly inhaled into the nostril\, originated in the Americas\, became p opular in Europe by the seventeenth century\, and was soon after introduced to China by missionaries and merchants. The production and use of snuff bo ttles emerged as a symbol of social status\, and bottles were customarily g iven as gifts to courtiers\, family members\, and acquaintances. The height of production was during the Qing dynasty (1644-1911)\, and artisans used an astonishing range of materials\, from glass and jade to bamboo and mothe r-of-pearl. Snuff bottles include several common motifs and themes\; for ex ample\, different animals or landscapes allude to traditional tales or symb olize a variety of good tidings or wishes.

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DTEND:20140902 DTSTAMP:20140713T031957 DTSTART:20140902 GEO:34.0971967;-117.7149225 LOCATION:Pomona College Museum of Art\,333 N. College Ave. (at the corner o f College and Bonita) \nClaremont\, CA 91711 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Miniature Worlds:Chinese Snuff Bottles UID:346578 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140906T190000 DTSTAMP:20140713T031957 DTSTART:20140906T170000 GEO:34.0971967;-117.7149225 LOCATION:Pomona College Museum of Art\,333 N. College Ave. (at the corner o f College and Bonita) \nClaremont\, CA 91711 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Miniature Worlds:Chinese Snuff Bottles UID:346579 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
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This exhibition\, drawn from the permanent collection of the Pomona College Museum of Art\, showcases the work of &ld quo\;graphic witness&rdquo\; Sue Coe. Throughout her career as a painter\, visual essayist\, illustrator\, and\, above all\, social critic\, Sue Coe t enaciously unites politics and art. In a broad range of projects\, she expl ores social injustice and the harms of unrestrained capitalism\, particular ly in the industry of factory farming. Coe presents her work in both tradit ional fine art media&mdash\;paintings and graphic art&mdash\;and through ma ss-produced\, low cost books and prints.

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As part of an initiative by the Department of Infectious Diseases at the Galveston\, Texas\, hospital to m ake the AIDS pandemic more visible\, artist and physician Dr. Eric Avery in vited Coe to record the reality of the AIDS ward. In 1994\, the year of Coe &rsquo\;s visit\, AIDS became the leading cause of death for all Americans ages 25 to 44&mdash\;evidence of the ongoing gravity of the situation. Thro ugh seven line etchings and three photo-etchings\, Coe documents her visit to the Galveston Hospital and her interactions with patients in various sta ges of AIDS. Packaged in a case emblazoned with the red toxic waste symbol\ , the five individual portraits and five hospital scenes humanize those suf fering in the midst of a frightening epidemic. Made with the sitter&rsquo\; s permission\, the portraits are accompanied by simple titles and texts and focus on personal events and stories rather than abstract numbers or a soc ial cause. Coe&rsquo\;s prints counteract political and social stigma by po rtraying the lived experiences of those most affected. As part of the mobil ization to raise consciousness about AIDS\, the prints preserve the voices of those ravaged by AIDS and the urgent need for action.

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This exhibition is curated by Benjamin Kersten\, Josephine Bump Curatorial Intern\, Pomona College &rsquo\;15.

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DTEND:20141219 DTSTAMP:20140713T031957 DTSTART:20140902 GEO:34.0971967;-117.7149225 LOCATION:Pomona College Museum of Art\,333 N. College Ave. (at the corner o f College and Bonita) \nClaremont\, CA 91711 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Allied Against AIDS:Sue Coe's AIDS Portfolio\, Sue Coe UID:346576 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140906T190000 DTSTAMP:20140713T031957 DTSTART:20140906T170000 GEO:34.0971967;-117.7149225 LOCATION:Pomona College Museum of Art\,333 N. College Ave. (at the corner o f College and Bonita) \nClaremont\, CA 91711 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Allied Against AIDS:Sue Coe's AIDS Portfolio\, Sue Coe UID:346577 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Sam Falls creates installations\, paintings\, photographs\, and sculptur es that examine entropy\, perception\, time\, and the artistic process. Sin ce 2010\, Falls has developed several bodies of work based on the natural p rocesses of decomposition and deterioration\, including long-term effects o f sunlight and weather as works gradually fade or rust. Influenced by Minim alism and Land and Process art and Los Angeles-centric Finish Fetish and Li ght and Space\, Falls succeeds in embracing the intersection of the natural \, historical\, and digital. For example\, a recent photographic series bas ed on abandoned houses in Joshua Tree conflated photography\, rephotography \, digitial manipulation\, and installation. His newest sculptures consist of brightly colored\, folded sheets of aluminum coated with UV protective f inish on the outside\, and uncoated on the inside. These will gradually\, a nd unpredictably\, change over time. He has recently created &ldquo\;photog rams&rdquo\; by leaving variously colored sheets of material\, covered in o bjects\, outside at his studio in Pomona\, California. In &ldquo\;Project S eries 49\,&rdquo\; the artist will present a new site-specific installation investigating the complex nature of reality and the mutability of percepti on.

DTEND:20141219 DTSTAMP:20140713T031957 DTSTART:20140902 GEO:34.0971967;-117.7149225 LOCATION:Pomona College Museum of Art\,333 N. College Ave. (at the corner o f College and Bonita) \nClaremont\, CA 91711 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Project Series 49:Sam Falls\, Sam Falls UID:346574 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140906T190000 DTSTAMP:20140713T031957 DTSTART:20140906T170000 GEO:34.0971967;-117.7149225 LOCATION:Pomona College Museum of Art\,333 N. College Ave. (at the corner o f College and Bonita) \nClaremont\, CA 91711 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Project Series 49:Sam Falls\, Sam Falls UID:346575 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
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The Pomona College Museum of Art presents the traveling exhibition Petr ochemical America on view from September 2 to December 19\, 2014. Orga nized by Aperture Foundation\, Petrochemical America represents a unique collaboration between photographer Richard Misrach and landscape arc hitect Kate Orff. The exhibition brings into focus the industrialized lands cape of the Mississippi River Corridor that stretches from Baton Rouge to N ew Orleans&mdash\;a place that first garnered attention as &ldquo\;Cancer A lley&rdquo\; because of unusually high reports of cancer and other diseases in the area. The exhibition reveals traces of their collaborative process and features Misrach&rsquo\;s haunting photographs of the region and Orff&r squo\;s Ecological Atlas\, a series of visual narratives\, or &ldquo\;throu ghlines.&rdquo\;

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The dialogue between photograph and drawing begins to unpack complex economic and ecological fo rces that have shaped this landscape\, mapping cycles of extraction and tra nsformation from the scale of the neighborhood\, to the region\, to the glo be. Ultimately\, this joint enterprise offers an expansion of both discipli nes and a richly researched and concretely visualized study of the petroche mical industry and American culture\, which has become intricately intertwi ned with its output.

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Born in Los Ange les\, Richard Misrach has been widely exhibited and collected by major inst itutions worldwide. He is the recipient of numerous awards for his photogra phy\, including the Guggenheim Fellowship and four fellowships from the Nat ional Endowment for the Arts. Richard Misrach has a longstanding associatio n with the American south. His previous monograph\, Destroy This Memory \, offered a record of hurricane-inspired graffiti left on houses and cars in New Orleans in the wake of Katrina. On the Beach and Violent Le gacies addressed contamination of desert and beach areas.

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Kate Orff is an assistant professor at Columbia U niversity and founder of SCAPE\, a landscape architecture studio in Manhatt an. Her work weaves together sustainable development\, design for biodivers ity\, and community-based change. Orff&rsquo\;s recent exhibition at MoMA\, Oyster-tecture\, imagined the future of the polluted Gowanus Cana l as part of a ground-up community process and an ecologically revitalized New York harbor.

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A publication of Petrochemical America\, with photographs by Richard Misrach and Ecolo gical Atlas by Kate Orff\, was released by Aperture in September 2012 and i s available for purchase on Amazon.com.

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Petrochemical America has been made possible\, in part\, with s upport from Lee Walls\, Jr. and the Turner Foundation.

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DTEND:20141219 DTSTAMP:20140713T031957 DTSTART:20140902 GEO:34.0971967;-117.7149225 LOCATION:Pomona College Museum of Art\,333 N. College Ave. (at the corner o f College and Bonita) \nClaremont\, CA 91711 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Petrochemical America\, Richard Misrach\, Kate Orff UID:346572 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140906T190000 DTSTAMP:20140713T031957 DTSTART:20140906T170000 GEO:34.0971967;-117.7149225 LOCATION:Pomona College Museum of Art\,333 N. College Ave. (at the corner o f College and Bonita) \nClaremont\, CA 91711 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Petrochemical America\, Richard Misrach\, Kate Orff UID:346573 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
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The epic nineteenth-century landsca pe paintings of Yosemite and Yellowstone by Albert Bierstadt and Thomas Mor an introduced the American public to the grandeur of the West. As the weste rn territories opened up to development\, increasing numbers of artists inc luding Frederic Remington and Charles Russell were drawn to the promise of adventure that the American frontier provided\, and by the turn-of-the-cent ury\, a new genre of Western art had developed. As populations in the South west and Southern California grew&mdash\;made possible in large part due to the completion of the railroads to Santa Fe and Los Angeles&mdash\;so did the demand for art. Artists found both financial support and refuge from th e hectic urban centers of New York and Chicago in the small communities of Taos\, Santa Fe\, Laguna Beach\, and Pasadena. Forming colonies\, clubs\, a nd associations\, these groups organized exhibitions to help promote their new western subjects and styles. As the West became synonymous with the Ame rican ideals of freedom and individuality\, many of these artists believed that the future of American art was in western art: &ldquo\;Out there in th e West\,&rdquo\; declared Kansas artist Birger Sandzen\, &ldquo\;a painter could develop a style of his own to fit the country.&rdquo\;

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A Grand Adventure brings together forty significant classic and traditional artworks from private co llections. The artworks span nearly one hundred years dating from the latte r half of the nineteenth century through the early decades of the twentieth century. Landscape and genre paintings of the American west by Bierstadt\, Moran\, Russell\, Remington and Henry F. Farney will be featured with artw orks from the Taos Society of Artists\, Santa Fe Art Colony\, and Californi a Impressionists including E.I. Couse\, Walter Ufer\, Edgar Payne\, Carl Os car Borg\, Guy Rose\, Granville Redmond\, and Maynard Dixon among others.\n

This exhibition is or ganized by the Palm Springs Art Museum and funded by Presenting Sponsors Ca rol and Jim Egan\, the museum&rsquo\;s Western Art Council and its Gold Spo nsors Diane and Sam Stewart and Silver Sponsors Jean C. Carrus\, Mrs. Lawre nce (Mary) Cone\, Leonard Goldberg\, Elaine Hill and John Schoettler\, Al a nd Carol-Ann Olson\, and Maureen and Philip Ramer. Additional support provi ded by Steven Stern.

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DTEND:20150104 DTSTAMP:20140713T031957 DTSTART:20140927 GEO:33.8244169;-116.55002 LOCATION:Palm Springs Art Museum\,101 Museum Drive \nPalm Springs\, CA SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:A Grand Adventure: American Art of the West\, E.I. Couse\, Walter U fer\, Edgar Payne\, Carl Oscar Borg\, Guy Rose\, Granville Redmond\, Maynar d Dixon UID:346570 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140927T170000 DTSTAMP:20140713T031957 DTSTART:20140927T100000 GEO:33.8244169;-116.55002 LOCATION:Palm Springs Art Museum\,101 Museum Drive \nPalm Springs\, CA SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:A Grand Adventure: American Art of the West\, Carl Oscar Borg\, E.I . Couse\, Maynard Dixon\, Edgar Payne\, Granville Redmond\, Guy Rose\, Walt er Ufer UID:346571 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

The Avant-Garde Collection traces the museum&rsquo\;s acquisiti ons highlights across five decades\, with a specific focus on the evolving definition of avant-garde during that period. In the 1960s it was cutting-e dge to employ imagery from popular culture\, and by the 1970s performance a nd installation were the bywords of innovation. In the 1980s new media and appropriation appeared on everybody&rsquo\;s radar for the first time\, whi le the 1990s in retrospect were all about identity politics and post-coloni alism. Due to the pluralist tendencies of the 21st century that make the no tion of avant-garde seem quaint\, the challenge for artists to produce work that conceals the influence of generations past is more demanding than eve r. Drawn entirely from OCMA&rsquo\;s collection\, the selection's underlyin g premise is to combine the retroactive gaze that enables us to determine w hich artists transcended the avant-garde of their time and which did not\, with an historical effort to reconsider works that may have been visible in their heyday but have since slipped from view\, there awaiting future scho larly reassessment.

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Exhibition Credits

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The Avant-Garde Collection is organized by the Orange County Muse um of Art and curated by Chief Curator Dan Cameron and Curatorial Associate Fatima Manalili.

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The exhibition is presented by Crevier BMW\, Irvine BM W\, Long Beach BMW\, Shelly BMW\, and Sterling BMW.

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BMW \;is the 201 4 Official Vehicle of the Orange County Museum of Art.

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DTEND:20150104 DTSTAMP:20140713T031957 DTSTART:20140907 GEO:33.621726;-117.878065 LOCATION:Orange County Museum of Art (OCMA)\,850 San Clemente Drive \nNewpo rt Beach\, CA 92660 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Avant-Garde Collection UID:346566 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20140907T170000 DTSTAMP:20140713T031957 DTSTART:20140907T110000 GEO:33.621726;-117.878065 LOCATION:Orange County Museum of Art (OCMA)\,850 San Clemente Drive \nNewpo rt Beach\, CA 92660 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The Avant-Garde Collection UID:346567 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

The Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) is proud to present Neomexi canism\, an exhibition about a critical tendency in Mexican figurative painting of the 1980s. This groundbreaking exhibition\, drawn primarily fr om the MOLAA Permanent Collection\, brings to light a period of art product ion disenchanted with fixed identities and critical of the official image o f Mexicanidad promoted by the state.

Neomexicanism features artists including M&o acute\;nica Castillo\, Julio Galá\;n\, and Nahum B. Zenil\, among oth ers who explore national crisis\, the deconstructed self and the hybrid Mex ican identity.

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Curated by Edward Hayes Jr.\, MOLAA Assistant Curator

DTEND:20140928 DTSTAMP:20140713T031957 DTSTART:20140628 GEO:33.774417;-118.179876 LOCATION:Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA)\,628 Alamitos Ave. \nLong Bea ch\, CA 90802 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Neomexicanism\, Monica Castillo\, Julio Galan\, Nahum B. Zenil UID:346565 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

In homage to the recent passing of world-renowned novelist Gabriel Garc& iacute\;a Má\;rquez\, The Museum of Latin American Art presents selec tions from the Permanent Collection that celebrate the influence of Realism o Má\;gico / Magical Realism\, Latin American&rsquo\;s most influenti al literary movement popularized by Má\;rquez. Painters Laura Hern&aa cute\;ndez\, Rodolfo Morales\, and Francisco Toledo\, all presented here\, catalyze the influence of Realismo Má\;gico in Modern Latin American Art.

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This exhibition has been curated by Stuart Ashman\, MOLAA President and CEO\, and Edward Hayes\, Assistant Curator

DTEND:20141130 DTSTAMP:20140713T031957 DTSTART:20140604 GEO:33.774417;-118.179876 LOCATION:Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA)\,628 Alamitos Ave. \nLong Bea ch\, CA 90802 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Magical Realism and Modern Oaxaca: Remembering Gabriel García Márqu ez (1927–2014)\, Francisco Toledo\, Rodolfo Morales\, Laura Hernández UID:346564 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Roberto Fabelo&rsquo\;s images appear to us from a different dimension. Strangely beautiful nude female torsos\, sometimes winged\, at other times sporting beaks\, peer out of pages from ancient texts that seem to describe these haunting and unusual creatures. The metamorphosis of these human fig ures into Fabelo&rsquo\;s unique creatures parallels the transformation tha t takes place in the viewer who is forced to question their own perceptions of fantasy and reality.

Fabelo&rsquo\;s Anatomy offers a glimpse into the complex world o f imagery emerging from the mind of one of Cuba&rsquo\;s most compelling ar tists. This cameo exhibition at MOLAA is the first solo museum exhibition o f the artist&rsquo\;s work in the U.S.

DTEND:20140928 DTSTAMP:20140713T031957 DTSTART:20140628 GEO:33.774417;-118.179876 LOCATION:Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA)\,628 Alamitos Ave. \nLong Bea ch\, CA 90802 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Fabelo’s Anatomy\, Roberto Fabelo UID:346563 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR