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Korean Cultural Center

Exhibition Detail
women Artists On Immigration
5505 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90036
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February 27th, 2009 - March 7th, 2009
February 27th, 2009 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Untitled (MKID), Niku KashefNiku Kashef, Untitled (MKID),
2008, Giclee Print, 5"x7"
© (c) 2008 Niku Kashef
Urbanbody-Way Out, Gul CaginGul Cagin, Urbanbody-Way Out,
2011, Drawing on paper, 34"X 27"
© gul cagin
Out of Place, Patricia KrebsPatricia Krebs, Out of Place,
2008, dissasembled electronics, found objetcs, natural elements and paper-clay on wood, 24"W x 8"h x7"D
© Patricia Krebs
Women Artists on Immigration - Invite, Patricia Krebs, others...Patricia Krebs, others...,
Women Artists on Immigration - Invite,
February 20 to March 7, 2008, 2d and 3d pieces
Tendremos que crecer alas (We\'ll have to grow wings), Poli MarichalPoli Marichal,
Tendremos que crecer alas (We'll have to grow wings),
2006, linocut, silk etching, collagraph, embossing, 22" x 30"
© polimarichal, 2006
Vigilia (Vigil), Poli MarichalPoli Marichal, Vigilia (Vigil),
2006, linocut and embossing , 22" x 30"
© polimarichal, 2006
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Mon-Fri 9-5, Sat 10-1
Southern California Womens Caucus for Art, The Feminist Art Project
conceptual, digital, photography, mixed-media, show, group

WOMEN ARTISTS ON IMMIGRATION offers a rich viewing opportunity to explore the dynamic subject of immigration. Each subtopic — Crossing Borders, Confronting Barriers, Bridging Identities — is amplified in the multiple perspectives of the 40 women artists selected by MOCA Curator Alma Ruiz, who is herself an immigrant and naturalized citizen. Together, the works inspire an ongoing conversation sparked by the sharing of personal experience and the aesthetic presentation of social and political complexities that help to inform our cultural, personal and political identities. The Juror's Statement prepared for the catalog further illuminates the concerns of the artists.

To broaden the public dialogue, the organizers added two complementary sets of work: selected immigration posters from the Center for the Study of Political Graphics and a digital projection of the images submitted by artists in response to the call for participation.

This exhibition is organized and presented by the Pacific Region chapters of the Women's Caucus for Art and the Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles in conjunction with the Center for the Study of Political Graphics and the WCA New Media Caucus. The Korean Cultural Center Art Gallery is situated at 5505 Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles. A full-color catalog accompanies the exhibition.

It is part of The Feminist Art Project and is made possible, in part, by a grant from the Los Angeles County Arts Commission.

Saturday, March 7, 11am-2pm
Artists talks about their work in celebration of International Women’s Day


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