The SUR:biennial, a multi-venue exhibition focusing on artists influenced and/or impacted by cultures from south of the US-border, aims to expand Los Angeles’ importance as a critical epicenter in today’s decentralized art scene. Three venues in Cerritos, Torrance, and Whittier were chosen to host the exhibit, as these are predominantly Latino communities on the south and east sides of Los Angeles county that are often overshadowed by art venues on the westside.
The artworks range from paintings, collages, conceptual art, video installations, large-scale sculptures, site-specific installations, social interventions, and live performance art.
Artists: Adriana Baltazar, Misael Diaz, Amy Sanchez, Enrique Castrejon, Marisol Rendón, Gala Porras-Kim, Leora Lutz, Ignacio Perez Meruane, Daino, Nery Gabriel Lemus, Andres Payan, Raquel Gutiérrez, John P. Hogan, Matt Lucero, Christina Sanchez, Cayetano Juarez, Tanya Aguiñiga, Carmen Argote, Ruby Osorio, Doris Rodriguez, Emily Silver, Antonia Wright, Alida Cervantes, Hugo Crosthwaithe, Walpa D’Mark, Alex Donis, Zoè Gruni, Yoshua Okón, Abel Rodriguez, and Analia Saban
Essayists: Cynthia Neri Lewis and James MacDevitt
The Cerritos College Art Gallery presents rotating exhibitions highlighting the work of emerging and mid-career artists. A special emphasis is placed on works that confront challenging and pressing issues in contemporary art and culture. In support of exhibitions, the Cerritos College Art Gallery also regularly hosts workshops, lectures, and performances.
Savage Sentimentality Published October 07, 2014
Superficial LAndscapes Published October 06, 2014
THREE PROJECTS Published May 20, 2014
SAE 2014 Published May 05, 2014
We Come in Peace Published October 14, 2013
Marsia Alexander-Clarke Published September 28, 2013
FAE / SAE 2013 Published June 06, 2013
After Image Published October 26, 2012