2.13.2009

UCLA Undergraduate Juried Exhibition jurored by Mark Allen, Machine Project


Vivian Lee
Obama Wins


Stephen Hutchison
Where's Your Self Respect, Hang Up All Your Clothes



Aaron Sherwyn
Value Meal


Tiffany Smith
And What


Rowan Wood
Cage

Erin Desmond
Untitled (from series Ce monstre delicate)


Tameka Norris
Untitled



Macon Bunn
Untitled


Blake Tamaki
LA. tif


Lauren Silva
Trapped in Tar

Raquel Castro
Elusivo



Selby Cole, Surfaces /// Keli Arslancan, Untitled (above right and below)



Luis Flores
Untitled

Elizabeth Preger
Revenge Game (right)


Meirav Haber
Mirage on Sunset and Formosa


Alla Voroninskaya, Kayo Kurume and Raquel Castro
Corpse


Johnathon Hornedo
Language Unclenching


Max Wong
Untitled


Julie Pate
Water Suite


Scott Raynor
The Quickening


Undergraduate Juried Exhibition
Juror: Mark Allen, Machine Project

I will write a bit tomorrow (fri) about it so check back.

February 12-26, 2009
New Wight Gallery
1100 Broad Art Center, LA

Artists:
Keli Arslancan, Macon Bunn, Raquel Castro, Selby Cole, Katherine Davis, Erin Desmond, Schuyler Duffy, Luis A. Flores, Meirav Haber, Julie Han, Taryn Haydostian, Jonathon Hornedo, Stephen Hutchison, Maika Kanno, Kayo Kurume, Vivian Lee, Tameka Norris, Sarah G. Nuernberger, Julie Pate, Elizabeth Preger, Scott Raynor, Aaron Sherwyn, Lauren Silva, Tiffany Smith, Blake Tamaki, Alla Voroninskaya, Meredith Wallace, Matthew Weiden, Max Wong, Rowan Wood

6 comments:

Trojanz4eva said...

i guess it seems pretty good for undergrad? way under-attended from what i hear. time to ramp up your networking and postcard/emailng, UCLA u-grads!

Anonymous said...

I was there for the reception. Strong turn-out. This was actually a very strong show that totally rivaled any MFA show I've seen recently. The kids at UCLA are kicking ass!

Anonymous said...

Not that good, TKS.

Anonymous said...

I thought the photography series of Vegitables done by Maika Kanno was very strong. Keep up ur work!

Anonymous said...

Yeah. Those photographs were intense. And Jonathan Hornedo's very minimal painting was superbly economical but expressive in a cool kind of way.

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