Enjoy this virtual walkthrough of Revolution & Ritual at Scripp's College Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery. The exhibition is part of the Getty Initiative Pacific Standard Time, and will be on view through January 7, 2018. An exhibition catalogue accompanied the exhibition, which juxtaposes and puts into dialogue three generations of female Mexican artists: Sara Castrejón, Graciela Iturbide and Tatiana Parcero.
We have been building up to this exhibition for the past few years, and encourage all patrons to view the exhibition, and attend free public events related to Revolution and Ritual: The Photographs of Sara Castrejón, Graciela Iturbide and Tatiana Parcero at Scripps College's Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery. Event details follow. Jennifer DeCarlo, jdc Fine Art Director, will be in attendance; we hope to see you there.
On View: August 26 - January 7, 2018
Opening Day Events at Scripps College
September 9, 2017:
Panel Discussion with Catalog Writers
1:00 - 2:00 pm at the Humanities Auditorium
- Tea -
2:00 - 3:00 pm at the Margaret Fowler Garden
Opening Reception with Graciela Iturbide & Tatiana Parcero
7:00 - 9:00 pm at the Williamson Gallery
We are happy to share this interview with Director Jennifer DeCarlo and a San Diego-based podcast, Keep the Channel Open. The audio-document is one in a growing series of ongoing interviews lead by Mike Mike Sakasegawa. The podcast is fairly new, but proving a poignant and thoughtful contribution to the budding San Diego art scene.
Total Solar Eclipse Viewing Party with Blue Sky
Monday, August 21
The Eclipse Show is curated by Blue Sky co-founder and photographer Christopher Rauschenberg. The exhibition will feature over 100 artists in honor of the total eclipse of the sun in Oregon on August 21, 2017.Read More
This exhibition is part of the Getty Initiative, Pacific Standard Time LA/LA. Curated by Mary MacNaughton, this exhibition examines the work of three generations of Mexican women photographers and underlines how each artist explored and stretched notions of Mexican identity in works that range from the documentary to the poetic.Read More
Now that it has debuted, we are pleased to publicly share the video Matt Eich prepared for Rencontre d'Arles 2017. Eich was invited to create a video presentation of his Carry Me Ohio work for the French photography festival's Nuit de l’Année.
In the nearly 50 years of its operation, the festival has evolved into a springboard for creativity celebrating the media, and drawing patrons from around the world. In 2016 the festival was visited by more than 100,000 people. We are honored to have had work by one of our represented artists appear as part of this noteworthy event.Read More
'Circus,' features a wide range of photographic interpretations pertaining to the meaning, history, and the symbolism of the circus. Turounet's selected work from his early "King of the Compacts," which follows "Charlie 'Too Tall' West", a rodeo clown performer who embodies what it means to be a part of the American West.Read More
We are thrilled to share news that four more major works by Tatiana Parcero were accepted into the permanent collection of the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Castilla y León (MUSAC). Located in León, Spain MUSAC is dedicated to being "a museum of the present," and only collects work by a living generation of artists (1992 - 2012).Read More
Congrats- you are among the first to catch a glimpse of Greenburg's completed public artwork. Jennifer Greenburg to do interview with Fox Chicago's Good Day Monday, July 17th. Tune in at 8:20 am to hear about the fundraising initiative in support of Chicago PD and the Artist's spin on the public artwork she created.Read More
This spring, Jennifer Greenburg accepted the invitation to work outside her photo-frame and collaborate on the Chicago Police Memorial Foundation's Public Art Initiative "K-9's for Cops." The work will display on Michigan Ave. with 300 other statues and eventually be on permanent display at the Kinzie Hotel in downtown Chicago.Read More