We are pleased to share that we will present a two-person exhibition of our collaborative work at Arts Fort Worth in 2023. More info soon!
Ghi will be showing in Fragments at Strata Gallery in Santa Fe, NM, opening January 3.
We have a piece showing in Unmasked: Contemporary Portraiture at LBIF in Loveladies, NJ. The show was juried by Dr. Jessica T. Smith, Susan Gray Detweiler Curator of American Art and Manager of the Center for American Art at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and is on view July 16 through August 14.
Our piece was awarded Third Place by Dr. Smith.
We are exhibiting a collaborative work in Full Circle at Penn State University's Zoller Gallery (State College, PA), on the invitation of curators Giulia Livi and D'Nae Harrison. August 22 - September 16.
We are pleased to announce that we've had work accepted into Manifest Creative Research Gallery and Drawing Center's competitive INDA 15 publication, expected to print in 2023.
Ghi is on faculty development leave this fall, working on a collaborative project with TTUHSC El Paso's Division of Gastroenterology. Lando is working on solo and commissioned projects. We have new collaborative work underway.
In late October, Ghi will be a visiting artist on In Surreal Life (@insurreallife), founded and run by the brilliant Shira Erlichman.
Ghi gave interviews on two podcasts: The Inside Kids with Ricki Castanieto & Bernadine Franco's Beyond the Paint. Topics covered include Ghi & Lando's collaborative partnership, new projects, censorship, teaching, cameras, and faces.
Ghi will be a visiting artist at the University of Texas Permian Basin Department of Art in mid-April.
We're so pleased to announce our inclusion in Volume 5 of Southwest Contemporary: Collectivity + Collaboration, juried by Darren Jones. Order a copy @ https://southwestcontemporary.com.
We have work showing in the ArtsinSquare #1 virtual exhibition, viewable at artsinsquare.com/01exhibition.
Ghi will show two paintings in the Feminist Connect exhibition opening at March First Friday in Lubbock, curated by Leslie Sotomayor and Sally Brown. She will take part in a Zoom panel discussion at noon (CST) on Friday, March 4.
Ghi and Lando will be visiting artists at the University of Texas El Paso Department of Art on February 23 in El Paso, TX.
DECEMBER 2021//JANUARY 2022
Ghi has work in the upcoming BODY POLITICS exhibition at ARC Gallery in Chicago. Ghi & Lando will announce another professional opportunity awarded for their collaborative work soon.
Ghi & Lando spent the month of October in residence at the Anderson Center at Tower View in Red Wing, MN, with co-residents, poet Preeti Kaur Rajpal and novelist Karen Smyte. They've emerged with five pieces, the makings of a new body of work, which cover considerable conceptual ground - incl. spiritual and erotic ecstasy, and the history of surgery and anatomical study. We'll publish images on the website soon.
We have finished building a studio on our property, and hope to carry the creative momentum from our time at the Anderson Center forward as we resume our regular practice.
Ghi has been working on medical illustrations, one for an upcoming publication; Lando has been working on commissions (which we'll post soon, too) and the development of new work.
Work shown in virtual exhibition Models in Motion, juried by Jim Morphesis, awarded Best in Show.
We've got work in Thick @ ShockBoxx Gallery, viewable on Artsy.net. Ghi's work is included in Les Femmes Folles: Feminist Connect.
Our collaborative work, Extruded, is showing in the 12th Annual Drawing Discourse exhibition juried by Pamela Phatsimo Sunstrum, in the virtual gallery of UNC Asheville.
We are delighted to have two works curated into Repose by Leslie Moody Castro, via Artists4Artists. July 1 - August 1, 2020.
f,or,ever will premiere at the Barrett Art Center on July 11, in Paint: Medium as Power in a Time of Crisis, juried by Juana Williams (Curator, Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts, KCAD). The show runs through August 15.
f,or,ever will continue to be on display at the Salina Art Center through late June, before taking a wall at the Barrett Art Center in Poughkeepsie, NY. Updates coming.
f,or,ever premiered (virtually) at the Salina Biennial and was awarded Second Place by Ksenya Gurshtein. Gurshtein discusses the piece on the Salina Art Center's YouTube channel. Ghi gave a video interview, also viewable there.
Ghi & Lando have been awarded a residency at the Anderson Center in Red Wing, MN, for August 2020.
Ghi gave an interview to AsianCurator.com, viewable here.
Au Naturel: The Nude in the 21st Century opens at the Royal Nebeker Gallery on February 20, juried by Henk Pander. Received first place.
As of December, Ghi & Lando are now undertaking all creative research together.
Lando's digital portfolio will be finalized by the month's end.
[... late semester wrap-up & early new year travel ...]
Solo exhibition, Carnal Unknowing, opens October 13 at the Jackson Dinsdale Art Center at Hastings College in Hastings, NE. Lecture at 2:30 PM in Wilson Auditorium, followed by reception at the JDAC.
Show is on view through January 6, 2020.
[... new semester & late summer travel ...]
Solo show @ Mantle Art Space on view through September 13.
NUDE 11 juried exhibition @ Manifest, Cincinnati, OH.
Lubbock First Friday Art Trail Open Studio, August 2, 6 - 9 PM.
Preparing for solo show and a juried group show, both taking place in August. Stay tuned.
I am serving as juror of an international, competitive exhibition of works on paper. Deadline July 19.
Lubbock First Friday Art Trail Open Studio, July 5, 6 - 9 PM.
[... late semester wrap-up & early summer travel ...]
EvE: Empowerment vs. Exploitation is being restaged at Temescal Studios in Oakland, on view through April 15. Artist Q&A on April 5, 6 - 9 PM.
Lubbock First Friday Art Trail Open Studio, also April 5, 6 - 9 PM.
Ella and Vul- [HGT] are showing in EvE: Empowerment vs. Exploitation at Warehouse 416 in Oakland, CA, via Tea Roots (tearoots.org). Opens March 1.
Lubbock First Friday Art Trail Open Studio, March 1, 6 - 9 PM.
Lubbock First Friday Art Trail Open Studio, February 1, 6 - 9 PM.
The News segment has laid fallow this last month due to travel --
I've presently got work on view at South Plains College in Levelland, TX, and in the 8 to Create Alumni Exhibition at the Krannert Art Museum of the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.
Ravage/David will show in The Shape of Change, juried by Amy Eva Raehse, at the Cade Gallery of Anne Arundel Community College in Arnold, MD. November 28, 2018 - January 25, 2019. Raehse will deliver a talk at the opening reception on November 28.
Lubbock First Friday Art Trail Open Studio, November 2, 6 - 9 PM.
Closing reception and gallery talk for This Acceptable Body at the Dedo Maranville Gallery of Valdosta State University on Friday, October 5.
Also on Friday, October 5:
Texas Tech School of Art Faculty Exhibition opens at 6 PM at the Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts.
Lubbock First Friday Art Trail Open Studio, Lover as Écorché, takes place from 6 - 9 PM.
This Acceptable Body: Large-Scale Drawings on Aging and Nudism will premiere at the Dedo Maranville Gallery of Valdosta State University on Monday, September 17. Opening reception from 6 - 7:30 PM. I will return to give a talk at the closing reception in early October.
Lubbock First Friday Art Trail Open Studio, September 7, 6 - 9 PM.
To Mine will show in the 10th Annual Nude Exhibition at Manifest Creative Research Gallery and Drawing Center in Cincinnati, OH.
Lubbock First Friday Art Trail Open Studio, August 3, 6 - 9 PM.
Ella will show in the St. Tammany Art Association's 53rd Annual National Juried Exhibition in Covington, LA. Juried by Katie Pfohl of NOMA. July 14 to August 18. Won Best in Show.
Erin will show in Portrait Revolution at Chico Art Center in Chico, CA. July 6 to July 27. Won Best in Show.
Lubbock First Friday Art Trail Open Studio, July 6, 6 - 9 PM.
Lover, Extend will show in PUNCH Project's Barnstorm 2018 @ the Model KE Building in the SODO district of Ellensburg, WA. A print of the work will be for sale. June 1 - June 30.
Lubbock First Friday Art Trail Open Studio, June 1, 6 - 9 PM.
Ella will show in the 2018 Decatur Arts Festival in Decatur, GA. Opens May 22. Won third place.
I donated a work (image is on my Instagram) to the Art on Board fundraising auction at the Contemporary Art Museum Plainview, whose proceeds will benefit youth art programming. The auction begins Wed., May 9, online; the live auction takes place Saturday, May 12, at 6 PM at CAMP.
I'll be live drawing at the Charles Adams Studio Project Blue Party Fundraiser on May 19. 609 Ave. J, LBK, TX.
Lubbock First Friday Art Trail Open Studio, May 4, 6 - 9 PM.
To Mine and Loss [Marc] will show in Excavations; Shindig at Mantle Art Space in San Antonio, TX. Opens Saturday, April 21. Won Best in Show.
A couple of Skin of Years drawings will show at the Museum of Texas Tech University's Museum By Night: Illuminating Ideas, whose theme is Fertility. Thursday, April 19, 6 - 9 PM.
Lubbock First Friday Art Trail Open Studio, April 6: Body qua Bodies.
Erin and the work of five TTU students/alumni will show in the Oso Bay Biennial and Symposium at Texas A&M University Corpus Christi (TAMUCC) in Corpus Christi, TX. Opens Thursday, March 29.
I will be delivering a presentation on Friday, March 30.
Lubbock First Friday Art Trail Open Studio, March 2: An Evening with the Mysterium Free-Improv Ensemble.
Lubbock First Friday Art Trail Open Studio, February 6: Strong Features.
come tell us we have strong features
and we'll tell you that we do
and you'll see how our own strong features indeed feature strongly
in the feature we present.
Confirmation of September 2018 solo show, presenting work on nudism and the aging body, at Valdosta State University in Valdosta, GA.
Lubbock First Friday Art Trail Open Studio, January 5: Aura Gaze.