Opening June 8th is “Subject Matters” and exhibition of the MFA class of 2013 from School of Art at the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts). The exhibition will be held in various storefronts at Mandarin Plaza, located at 970 N. Broadway in LA’s historic Chinatown. The opening reception on Saturday June 8th from 6-10pm. The exhibition will be on view Wednesday-Sunday from 12-6pm.
Subject Matters reflects the diverse fields that the graduating MFAs engage with outside the discipline of art, using a wide range of mediums and approaches. Subject Matters is curated by Claire de Dobay Rifelj, an LA-based curator and art historian who has organized exhibitions at the Hammer Museum, the Dallas Museum of Art, and the Williams College Museum of Art, among other arts spaces.
A catalogue designed by Brian Roettinger will accompany the exhibition and includes contributions by Claire de Dobay Rifelj and Lauren Mackler (founder and director of Public Fiction, which exists in print and space), as well as conversations with the artists.
Participating artists from the programs in Art, Photography & Media, and Art & Technology: Pablo Carrillo, Heisue Chung, Roslyn Cohen, Jamora Crawford, Benjamin Dean, Jason Roberts Dobrin, Conor Fields, W. Don Flores, Tara Foley, Satoe Fukushima, Ting Ying Han, Páll Haukur, Andrea Hidalgo, Marie Johnston, Johanna Kozma, Anne Guro Larsmon, Elin Lennox, Chandler McWilliams, Arturo Molinar-Avitia, Heather M. O’Brien, Minha Park, Lauralee Pope, Stephen Neidich, Bryne Rasmussen, Camilo Restrepo, Ashley M. Romano, Tamara Rosenblum, Vidisha Saini, Emily Shanahan, Dina Sherman, Vivian Sming, Lauren Steinberg, Marisa Williamson, Katrin Winkler, and Yiji Wu.
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