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Orange County Museum of Art (OCMA)

Exhibition Detail
2013 California-Pacific Triennial
Curated by: Dan Cameron
850 San Clemente Drive
Newport Beach, CA 92660


June 30th, 2013 - November 17th, 2013
Opening: 
June 30th, 2013 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
 
Two Planets: Millet\'s The Gleaners and the Thai Farmers, Araya RasdjarmrearnsookAraya Rasdjarmrearnsook,
Two Planets: Millet's The Gleaners and the Thai Farmers,
2008, Photograph, 29 ¾ X 29 ¾ inches
© Courtesy the artist and Tyler Rollins Fine Art
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Formerly known as the California Biennial, OCMA has re-envisioned this important survey of contemporary California art and will re-launch it as the California-Pacific Triennial in 2013 with participating artists representing a cross-section of countries from throughout the Pacific rim. California’s geographical position on the Pacific Ocean has enriched its cultural prominence. The demographics of the state are strongly linked to the diverse countries throughout the Pacific rim, which are increasingly producing some of the most innovative art today. Despite the phenomenal economic and cultural growth of Asian and Latin American countries that border the Pacific, and California's proximity to these developments, there is no ongoing exhibition on the West Coast that regularly explores this activity. With national boundaries becoming more porous and artistic connections happening between artists and viewers from a broad range of cultural backgrounds, the flow of ideas and images crisscrossing the planet becomes a crucial component of any contemporary art survey. The California-Pacific Triennial will place artists working in California within this broader global network, one that is particularly relevant to our region, and that will offer visitors their only opportunity to engage in a more cosmopolitan conversation about contemporary art.

2013 California-Pacific Triennial Participating Artists

John Bankston, San Francisco, USA
Brice Bischoff, Los Angeles, USA
Fernando Bryce, Lima, Peru
Masaya Chiba, Tokyo, Japan
Tiffany Chung, Saigon, Vietnam
Hugo Crosthwaite, Tijuana, Mexico
Gabriel de la Mora, Mexico City, Mexico
Dario Escobar, Guatemala City, Guatemala
Pedro Friedeberg, Mexico City, Mexico
Shaun Gladwell, Sydney, Australia
Farrah Karapetian, Los Angeles, USA
Kim Beom, Seoul, Korea
Kimsooja, Seoul, Korea
Robert Legorreta, Los Angeles, USA
Michael Lin, Shanghai, China
Liz Magor, Vancouver, Canada
Danial Nord, Los Angeles, USA
Eko Nugroho, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Yoshua Okón, Mexico City, Mexico
Raquel Ormella, Sydney, Australia
Sebastián Preece, Santiago, Chile
Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook, Chiang Mai, Thailand
Adriana Salazar, Bogotá, Colombia
Mitchell Syrop, Los Angeles, USA
Akio Takamori, Seattle, USA
Koki Tanaka, Los Angeles, USA
Whiting Tennis, Seattle, USA
Lin Tianmiao, Beijing, China
Camille Utterback, San Francisco, USA
Adán Vallecillo, Tegucigalpa, Honduras
Mark Dean Veca, Los Angeles, USA
Wang Guangle, Beijing, China

2013 California-Pacific Triennial is organized by the Orange County Museum of Art and curated by Chief Curator Dan Cameron.

The exhibition is sponsored by Deutsche Bank

Significant support for the exhibition is provided by Toby Devan Lewis.


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