ARTnews reported on the announcement of the United States Artists foundation fellows for 2018. Among them is Pepón Osorio. The story notes his installation Badge of Honor (1994) in the CSRC-organized exhibition Home—So Different, So Appealing.
The CSRC-organized exhibition Home—So Different, So Appealing, on view at MFAH through January 21, was named in Chron, the online home of the Houston Chronicle, as the number one show to see at the museum on Martin Luther King Day.
Artists Leyla Cárdenas, Ramiro Gomez, and Raphael Montañez Ortiz were named in a news story as among the famous artists who have shown work at the LA Art Show. The CSRC organized the presentation of these artist's works at the annual art fair.
The Venture reported on the CSRC-organized exhibition Home—So Different, So Appealing, on view at MFAH through January 21. The article also described a related public program that took place at the museum called "A Celebration of HOME," at which attendees crafted their own representation of home with cardboard boxes, paper, and other supplies.
The CSRC was mentioned in an article interviewing Kim Martindale, producer and partner of the 2018 L.A. Art Show, who highlighted the installation by Daniel Joseph Martinez, co-presented by the CSRC and LACMA.
The CSRC was mentioned in an article discussing the new collaboration between the Los Angeles Contemporary Museum of Art (LACMA) and the Autry Museum of the American West.
Inside the MFAH, a blog published by the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, featured Pepón Osorio’s two-room installation, Badge of Honor on view in the CSRC-organized exhibition Home—So Different, So Appealing at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston through January 21.
The historic Chicano History mural on view at the Pasadena Museum of California Art, CSRC curates installations at LA Art Show, special offer on the Home catalogue, plus graduate student and visiting scholar fellowships, and more in this month's newsletter!
(Image: Eduardo Carrillo, Sergio Hernandez, Ramses Noriega, and Saul Solache, Chicano History, 1970)
Inside the MFAH, a blog published by the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, featured Home artists Manuel Mendanha and Juliana Laffitte of Mondongo, who discuss their artwork Polyptych of Buenos Aires, an altarpiece that portrays Villa 31, a shantytown in Buenos Aires, Argentina.