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It’s back!! The ICA’s regularly-sche duled exhibition features the next new talent on the horizon.

\n< p class="large" style="text-align: justify\;">The ICA is honored to present NextNewCA\, an exhibition that m arks the debut of 15 of California's best new artists. The show features a sampling of works by 2012 MFA graduates and 2013 MFA candidates from 11 MFA programs across the state including: University of Southern California (UC SC)\, San Francisco Art Institute (SFAI)\, California College of the Arts ( CCA)\, Claremont Graduate University (CGU)\, Mills College\, California Ins titute of the Arts (CalArts)\, San Francisco State University (SFSU)\, San Jose State University (SJSU)\, University of California Santa Cruz (UCSC)\, University of California Berkeley\, and Stanford University.

\n< p style="text-align: justify\;">Featured artists were selected from among m ore than 100 candidates and include: Barbara Boissevain\, Kate Bonner\, Dan iel A. Christopher\, Missy Engelhardt\, Chris Engman\, Liam Everett\, Sarah Frazier\, Jennifer Groft\, Rhonda Holberton\, Joe Lloyd\, Keegan Luttrell\ , Atilio Pernisco\, Christopher Reynold\, Dimitra Skandali\, and Sean Talle y.

NextNewCA presents a unique opportunity to view an e xhibition of MFA work presented in a broader statewide   context. In the pa st\, NextNew exhibitions at the ICA featured MFA students from the Bay Area . However\, as the ICA expands its exhibition programme to showcase artists from throughout the state\, NextNewCA represents a significant step in tha t direction. The works in the show reflect broad perspectives present in th e contemporary artistic landscape that explore innovative approaches to new media\, installation\, photography\, painting\, drawingand sculpture.  

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The works also present a variety of conceptual and aesthetic themes. Stanf ord's Rhonda Holberton's sculptures and SJSU's Barbara Boissevain's photogr aphs illuminate environmental concerns. SFSU's Sarah Frazier's paintings an d Mills' Keegan Luttrell's pieces represent emotions surrounding elements o f danger. CalArts' Christopher Reynolds and UCSC's Daniel A. Christopher's works explore the viewer's physiological responses to and physical interfac es with the pieces. Challenging traditional two-dimensional art into three- dimensional forms are CCA's Liam Everett's paintings\, SFAI's Missy Engelha rdt's works on paper\, and CCA's Kate Bonner's sculptural photocopies. USC' s Chris Engman's photographs record actions and elaborate processes\, while SJSU's Jennifer Groft confronts domesticity through her materials and tech niques. Focusing on both similar and contrasting compositions and forms are CGU's Joe Lloyd's paintings and Cal's Sean Talley's sculptures and drawing s.

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Main Gallery &\; Cardinale Project Room

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