In last Sunday's Los Angeles Times, Holly Myers profiled L.A. artist and Roski alumna Amanda Ross-Ho (MFA '06). Myers proposed the artist's studio itself as "a formal and conceptual anchor" to much of Ross-Ho's work.
News: August 2010
“Mujeres y Comaradas” at D'Amelio Terras comprises a new series of gouache paintings on paper by Delia Brown, lecturer in the Painting & Drawing area at the USC Roski School. In a continued exploration of the tradition of genre painting, Brown adapts the persona of Mexican painter Frida Kahlo in multiple iterations.
Prose & Khan
an artist's journey through Azerbaijan
August 23–November 17, 2010
“New Paintings” is Professor Ron Rizk's first solo exhibition at Lora Schlesinger Gallery. The show features masterfully rendered oil paintings that combine carefully chosen objects in theatrical architectural settings, creating a dialogue between object and setting, past and present.
“Permissions”—which includes work by Linda Besemer, Diana DeAugustine, Sherin Guirguis, and Olga Koumoundouros—intends to provide an engaging testimony to Eva Hesse's far-reaching influence on artists working today.
Lassry's “Sum of Limited Views,” on display through the rest of the year, is his first major museum monograph in the United States.
on photography, artists' books, and experimental publications
Monday, August 23, 2010
5 to 7 pm | free
The Contemporary Arts Museum Houston presents an exhibition of works by Los Angeles-based artist and filmmaker Jennifer West, who teaches in the Intermedia area at the USC Roski School. Part of the museum's “Perspectives” series, the show is West's first solo exhibition at a U.S. museum.
Photographs from Beck's “Cliff Jump” series are on view in a three-part group exhibition at Krowswork, a gallery and project space in Oakland, Calif. Beck teaches digital-photography classes in the Intermedia area at USC Roski.
Shannon Ebner, Assistant Professor of Fine Arts Practice and head of the Photography area, will have work included in “At Home / Not at Home” at the CCS Bard Hessel Museum of Art. The exhibition is the first public show of works from the collection of Martin and Rebecca Eisenberg.
Current Roski MFA students Tyler Coburn (MFA '12) and John Seal (MFA '11) are two of 15 artists selected for this year's edition of the UCLA Department of Art's Wight Biennial, titled “Another Romance.” Other institutions represented include Bard College, CalArts, NYU, and Yale, in the U.S., and Rijkesakademie, de Ateliers, and the Slade School of Fine Art in Europe.