Building Bridges II, Tijuana/Artexchange MEXICO/USA 2008/2009

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Building Bridges II, Tijuana/Artexchange MEXICO/USA 2008/2009

2525 Michigan Ave. Unit F2
Santa Monica, California 90404
February 6th, 2009 - February 28th, 2009
Opening: February 4th, 2009 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

santa monica/venice
Tue-Fri 11:30am-6:00pm, Sat 12:00-6:30pm
installation, modern, sculpture


Dates: Opening Reception February 6thst.
Open from Febraury 6th  2009 to February 28th. 2009.    
Place:ICBC, Institute of  Culture of Baja  California in Tijuana.
Av. Centenario  10151- Zona Rio-Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico.
Regular Hours: Monday to Friday 9am-5pm
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Mexico, Baja California. CEARTE Center of the Arts Ensenada, Mexico & Artdecollectors Contemporary Art Gallery Sponsored by the General Consulate of Mexico in Los Angeles proudly announce the continuation of the traveling exhibition part of the Art Exchange "BUILDING BRIDGES" Mexico/USA - 2008/2009.
The Second Show of the Art Exchange will be hosted by ICBC, Institute of Culture of Tijuana, Mexico. A formal opening reception will be held on Friday, February 6th. 2008, from 7:00PM in Tijuana, Baja California, Mx. Located in Av. Centenario  10151- Zona Rio.

The exhibition features over 20 paintings, sculptures and installations works by 15 International artists, a great selection from Artdecollectors Gallery’s represented artists.
“BUILDING BRIDGES” will present a broad spectrum of art work with visual and conceptual actuality, diversity in styles and a variety of emerging and well known artists where you may find a direct connection with.
This unique conceptual approach provides a gateway were international politics, religions, society and art will connect in dialogue with the viewer. In this exhibit you will appreciate paintings, sculptures, drawings, and installations from artists from France, Spain, Mexico, Argentina, USA, Russia, Japan, China, Latvia and Canada.

This particular show is part of the Art Exchange and contributes to the Contemporary International Movement in building a lasting, meaningful and strong connection between
Mexico and USA as well.


Alexander Oligerov / Russia
Al Longo / USA
Ariel Kupfer  / Argentina
Chiyomi Taneike Longo / Japan
Diana  Wong /  China
Francisco Romero / Mexico
Lynn Farrand  /  Canada
Faz / France
Marisa  Caichiolo / Argentina
Miguel Osuna  / Mexico
Norma Jean  Squires  / Canada
Polina Perl  / Latvia
Renee  Amitai  / France
Sam Kirszenwajg  / USA
Valentin Toledo  / Spain