Our artists have had banner-years with more milestone success in 2017 than any other year to date: Tatiana Parcero was part of the Getty initiative, Pacific Standard Time; Ian van Coller's work is now on view at the MET; Jennifer Greenburg's work was acquired by MOCA Tucson and Paul Turounet's work exhibited there; and Matt Eich released another monograph and exhibited at MoCA Cleveland; to name a few highlights.Read More
Over time, she has expanded the scope of her investigations, using her face, her torso, her hands, even the souls of her feet, as the basis of "maps" on which to explore "concepts of identity, memory, territory and time . . . the relationship between man and Earth, between nature and the body." The images that she incorporates . . . are what she calls "visual metaphors" relating to some of the most pressing issues of our time: climate change, dwindling natural resources and migration.Read More
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.
August 26 - January 7, 2018
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.
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
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
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
LatAm f100 : Mariana Font and Tatiana Parcero
fototazo has asked a group of 50 curators, gallerists, writers, photographers, academics, and other professionals specializing in Latin American photography to choose two early career photographers whose work deserves greater recognition. Mariana Font and Taitaina Parcero were chosen by a Miami-based Art Dealer for this LATAM f100 online exhibition.Read More
October 22 - February 12, 2017
Pierce, Mark, Morph, curated by Maryanna Ramirez includes two images by Tatiana Parcero. This show overlaps the prestigious Miami Art Week and explores the piercings, markings and cranial modification of Pre-Columbian sculpture alongside work by contemporary artists who utilize the body as canvas. This exhibition will be on view to coincide with the Art Basel and satellite fairs.
Learn more about this exhibition at the Frost Museum.
This spring (2015) Scripps's Ruth Chandler Williamson Gallery acquired the work of Tatiana Parcero. The acquisition was made on the recommendation of their Collector's Circle and is in anticipation of their forthcoming Exhibition, Revolution and Ritual, organized by Mary Davis MacNaughton. MacNaughton's exhibition is part of the 2017 Pacific Standard Time; it includes the work of Tatiana Parcero, Graciela Iturbide, and Sara Castrejon.Read More