|Sunday, June 30
11 am – 3 pm | Food truck onsite
12 pm | Exhibition introduction led by Triennial Curator
1 pm – 3 pm | Spotlight gallery talks with select Triennial artists
2 pm – 3pm | Connect: conversations on the patio
11 am – 5 pm | Galleries open
Enjoy a day of unique encounters with artists and scholars from the California-Pacific Triennial. This opening day event will feature spotlight gallery talks by Masaya Chiba, Shaun Gladwell, Farrah Karapetian, Camille Utterback, Akio Takamori, and Whiting Tennis; an introduction with Curator Dan Cameron; and *Connect: a rare chance for informal and intimate conversations with artists John Bankston, Gabriel de la Mora, Adriana Salazar, and Danial Nord.
*Limited sign-up for Connect available on June 30. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to check availability and reserve seating in advance.
|Thursday, June 27th, 7-9 pm
Yost Theater, Santa Ana
Please join us for an early glimpse of the Triennial with a panel discussion in Spanish, featuring Darío Escobar, Adriana Salazar, Adán Vallecillo, Sebastián Preece, Yoshua Okón, Hugo Crosthwaite, and moderated by Alma Ruiz. This program will take place in partnership with Grand Central Art Center and the historic Yost Theater in downtown Santa Ana.
|With the flow of ideas and images crisscrossing the Pacific Ocean becoming a crucial component of contemporary art on the West Coast, the 2013 California-Pacific Triennial at the Orange County Museum of Art now offers an international dialogue, highlighting artwork by 32 artists from 15 countries. The presentation includes three off-site exhibitions giving greater access to individuals interested in this international survey.
Grand Central Art Center
On view June 30-September 15
Grand Central Art Center in Santa Ana is hosting Colombian artist Adriana Salazar for a two-month studio residency, from early May through June. During her residency, Salazar is reinterpreting a preexisting work for the California-Pacific Triennial, as well as developing a new site-specific sculptural installation for the main gallery at GCAC. More details here.
Coastline Art Gallery
On view June 30-September 22.
Coastline Art Gallery in Newport Beach will present a three-person exhibition including Triennial artists Brice Bischoff and Dario Escobar, along with artist Stella Lai. The exhibition includes a new floor-based sculptural work by Escobar that relates to the suspended mobile piece that he has created for OCMA. More details here.
The Guggenheim Gallery at Chapman University
On view June 30-September 14.
York Chang's and Mitchell Syrop's two person exhibition at The Guggenheim Gallery at Chapman University presents the artists interest in the fabrication of supposed truths through the authority of text and context. The pairing of their different methods of investigation, provides exciting, new constellations and timbres of their respective work, while showing the continuation of conceptual approaches in L.A.'s most recent art history. More details here.
|OCMA members support modern and contemporary art with enthusiasm, sustaining the museum as it provides enriching art exhibitions and education for a local and national community. Members enjoy curator-led tours, salon talks with artists and other special programs, in addition to complimentary treats and cocktails. Click here to become an OCMA member today!
Saturday, June 22 | 1pm-4pm
Culver City Gallery Hop with Chief Curator Dan Cameron (Advocate and New Group members).
Wednesday, September 18 | 12:15pm-1pm
Curator-led tour of the exhibition at the museum (Supporter level and up).
Not a member yet? Join today!
Contact the Membership Department at (949) 759-1122 ext. 241 for details.
Members' Reception; Photography by ColinYoung-Wolff.com
Biennial Reception; Photography by ColinYoung-Wolff.com
Artist Meet & Greet with Biennial artist Rebecca Goldfarb
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