Archive for July, 2010

New Exhibitions This Fall!

With upcoming exhibitions in Long Beach, Santa Ana, Fullerton, and Rancho Cucamonga, our team of curators are taking the southland by storm!

Here’s a sneak peak at what we have planned for this fall:

Even Better Than the Real Thing
August 23 – September 25, 2010
Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art, Rancho Cucamonga

Metadataphile
August 28 – September 30, 2010
Begovich Gallery, California State University Fullerton

Layer Cake
October 2 – October 23, 2010
Grand Central Art Center, Santa Ana

… and possibly some new projects with Phantom Galleries in Long Beach.

More details on all these exhibitions and more will be coming soon!

Photos from Love Me, Tees Me

Photos from the exhibition Love me, Tees me (the t-shirt show) are now on Flickr.

The show is open through July 25th at Grand Central Art Center in Santa Ana.

Click here to view photos from the opening.

Love me, Tees me – at GCAC

**UPDATE: Click here to see exhibition photos**

One of our very own curators, Alyssa Cordova, curated this fun little show on view now at the Grand Central Art Center in Santa Ana. Check out more info at www.grandcentralartcenter.com!

Love me, Tees me.

open through July 25th, 2010

Grand Central Art Center

Love me, Tees me logo

Love Me, Tees Me, features local artists using commercial techniques to mass produce original t-shirts, create one-of-a-kind wearable art, as well as customized purchases. All of the artists in this exhibition are experienced designers, screen printers or both. Their hands-on approach to every aspect of the garment reinforces our idea of silk-screened shirts as a form of art. The functionality, graphic imagery, and individual meaning illustrate key characteristics of craft, commercial art and fine art, while commenting on and adding to popular culture.

As part of this exhibition we have also invited the artists at Graham Street Press to not only sell their original works in our gallery, but demonstrate silk-screening while producing customized t-shirts for our visitors. They will demonstrate silk-screening on their six-screen mobile press inside the Sales Gallery at the June 5, Arts Walk. Visitors will have the opportunity to purchase shirts and select the design they want printed on them.

Featured artists include: Ryan Bryant, Daniel Ballou, Dave Hill, Taylor Springle, Chad Eaton, Matt Maust, Dana Harvey with collaborators Cody Lusby and Sid, Ryan Callis, Mark Rebennack, Matte Black, Matt Wignall Paul Wignall, Randy Baranoski, Fernando Padilla, James Coxon, and Savio Alphonso.