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Arizona Tiki Oasis Brings Tiki Culture to Hotel Valley Ho April 12-14

Mid-Century Beacon of Hollywood Past and Present to Host Arizona’s Premier Tiki Event

Arizona Tiki Oasis (AZTO) is excited to announce its signature island lifestyle party in the middle of the desert at sunny Scottsdale’s mid-century marvel, Hotel Valley Ho, from April 12-14, 2019. AZTO is the sister event to the long-running and beloved Tiki Oasis, which returns to San Diego this summer.

We are thrilled to introduce Tiki Oasis’ rich and varied history to Scottsdale travelers and locals. Hotel Valley Ho is the ideal location for the largest and longest-running Tiki festival in the world, as the property perfectly encapsulates the spirit of the 1950s that we celebrate through classic Tiki culture. – Tiki Oasis / AZTO organizers Otto and Baby Doe Stroheim.

Arizona Tiki Oasis Events

The weekend will kick off with the Tiki-Tiki Ho-Ho Luau, a stylish luau at Hotel Valley Ho’s hip OH Pool, complete with a traditional pig roast, fresh poke bowl station, grilled options including Crispy Cola Marinated Short Ribs, Hawaiian-themed desserts, and of course an array of delicious Tiki cocktails. The Tiki festivities continue with a bustling marketplace featuring more than 60 curated artisans. AZTO presents over 20 educational seminars with topics ranging from tropical cocktail mixology, to the history of Tiki in the Southwest. A pop-up art show will feature international Tiki artists including Japan’s Mookie Sato and Josh Agle (AKA Shag) from Los Angeles, and Scottsdale’s Fashion by Robert Black will be doing a poolside fashion show. Authors Sven Kirsten (The Book of Tiki and Tiki Pop), Beachbum Berry (Grog Log and Sippin Safari), and Shannon Mustipher (Tiki: Modern Tropical Cocktails) will also make appearances at weekend seminars. Evenings will be filled with rooftop parties, cocktail-lounge-style dinners and a swanky suite open to those with the evening resort pass.

In between Tiki cocktails and programming, guests can lounge poolside at the signature OH Pool, indulge in spa treatments at VH Spa and explore the city with the hotel’s new Insider Mid-Century Tour of Scottsdale. Event tickets are sold a la carte and range from $10 seminar tickets to an $80 evening hotel pass. A limited number of Tiki-Tiki Ho-Ho Luau tickets are available for purchase for $99 until April 12.

Tiki Oasis was originally founded to preserve a historic Palm Springs Tiki hotel, so it is only fitting that AZTO be hosted at one of the country’s best preserved mid-century hotels. Benefits will go to the Arizona Preservation Foundation.

More about Tiki Oasis

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2/1: Music Heals Everyone Charity Event featuring Jesika von Rabbit – Palm Springs

Music Heals Everyone Charity Event
Featuring Jesika von Rabbit

Friday, Feb 1, 2019
7PM – 2PM
Everybody (21 and over) Welcome – must show ID
Admission is Donation Based

Palm Canyon Roadhouse
535 S Palm Canyon Dr,
Palm Springs, California 92262
www.palmcanyonroadhouse.com

Join us for a night of Hi and Low Desert Talent at the Palm Canyon Roadhouse, Palm Springs. The event features Joshua Tree’s Jesika von Rabbit (recently featured on the cover of Palm Springs Life Arts & Culture Magazine) along with Jaybird (Jason Nutter of Music Heals, Inc.), Plastic Ruby, After Lashes, Giselle Woo, and House of Broken Promises. There will be raffles from event sponsors and of course a full bar and food menu will be available from the Palm Canyon Roadhouse.

The event benefits Music Heals, Inc., providing special needs children providing instruments & music programs. Music Heals Everyone is produced by Jason Nutter & Music Heals Inc., Palm Springs, Palm Canyon Roadhouse, Palm Springs and Dionysus Records, Joshua Tree.

Schedule:
7:00 PM – Jaybird (Jason Nutter acoustic set)
7:30 PM – Plastic Ruby
8:30 PM – After Lashes
9:30 PM – Giselle Woo (acoustic set)
10:15 PM – Jesika von Rabbit
11:30 PM – House of Broken Promises

Event Facebook Page
Music Heals, Inc. Facebook Page
Jesika von Rabbit Website
Jesika von Rabbit EPK
Dionysus Records

Sponsored By:
CV Weekly
Dionysus Records, Joshua Tree
Melrose Music Studios, Hollywood & Palm Springs.
Music Heals Record Shop, Palm Springs.
City of Dank, Cathedral City
Dank Depot, Cathedral City
Crystal Fantasy, Palm Springs
Joy Dispensary, Palm Springs
Tonga Hut, Palm Springs.
All New BANK, Dispensary Lounge, Palm Springs.

For more information:
Music Heals Record Shop, Palm Springs (909) 435.9705
Reverberations Media: lj@reverberationsmedia.com
Palm Canyon Roadhouse: (760) 327-4080

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1/19: Figurine by Haleh Mashian at Mash Gallery

January 19 through March 2, 2019
Reception for the artist:
Saturday, January 19, 2019, 6 PM – 9 PM

Mash Gallery
1325 Palmetto St,
Los Angeles, CA 90013
www.mashgallery.com
Facebook Event Page

Los Angeles artist and gallery owner, Haleh Mashian presents Figurine, a thematic painting collection, Saturday, January 19, 2019, at the Mash Gallery located in the heart of the LA Arts District.

Curated by Helene Brown of Fresh Paint Art Advisors, Figurine by Haleh Mashian presents a diverse selection of contemporary and figural paintings working together to evoke a harmonious narrative. Deeply personal, Haleh’s compositions are painterly reflections fashioned during pinnacle times of her life. Haleh Mashian shares, “Figurine walks inside the mirror of my life.”

Haleh Mashian is also an accomplished composer and fascinated by the similarities shared between color theory and musical composition. Haleh unites euphony with painterly expression and transcends an emboldened symphony of painterly techniques. Figurine is a visual concert featuring Action Painting, Figural art, and Abstraction.

Figurine by Haleh Mashian, opens Saturday, January 19 at 6 PM and entwines three unique painterly themes: Roses, Tears, and the Female Figure. All three motifs represent a twenty-year focus on boldly painting in the moment, working with live models, and incorporating a variety of different mixed media.

Figurine by Haleh Mashian opens at the Mash Gallery, Saturday, January 19 from 6 PM – 9 PM, and on exhibit through March 2, 2019.

Article on Mash.com

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11/17: MASH Gallery presents CoutureMash fashion show and art exhibition

CotureMash

Saturday, November 17 from 7 PM to 10 PM
Fashion Show at 8:30 PM

Mash Gallery
1325 Palmetto St,
Los Angeles, CA 90013
www.mashgallery.com

Sharon Bell Fashion Trio

Los Angeles, Mash Gallery announces the premiere of “CoutureMash” celebrating art, fashion and their intersections with Los Angeles designers Monah Li of Monah Li Designs, Laura Byrnes of Pin Up Girls and Haleh Mashian of Maison H.

Haleh Mashion Jacket,_Yoga Pants, Skirt

Fashion and art collide in a high-energy opening night runway show produced by Mash Gallery and conceived by curator Lisa Derrick, who says, “I had long envisioned an art show where the artists whose works were on the walls would model Los Angeles designers. When I saw Haleh Mashian’s art-inspired Maison H. line, it clicked, and I began to build an art show that elaborated on the influences present in Southern California art and fashion.”

Derrick put Mashian together with Monah Li, known for her feminine deconstructed looks worn by the likes of Madonna, Stevie Nicks, and Barbra Streisand; and Laura Byrnes whose Pin Up Girl Clothing draws on vintage inspiration to create what she calls “couture for every body.” The two established designers, who focus on body positive styles, incorporated Maison H clothing, accessories and fabrics into their signature styles. The fashion show will present one-of-a-kind runway looks worn by the featured artists.

Los Angeles curator and journalist Lisa Derrick has an eye for creative talent with an edge. CoutureMash presents a spirited collection of California artists representing a diverse range of creative disciplines including: vanguard performer Ron Athey and composer Sean Griffin; collage artist Sharon Bell; tattoo and fine artist Katherine Brannock; textile artist Lavialle Campbell; digital artist and painter Golgo 13; filmmaker Marian Liddell; photographer and visual artist Melanie Pullen; mixed media artist Leigh Salgado; Art Center educator and painter Aaron Smith; writer, critic and artist Anise Stevens; music executive/producer and fine artist Vakseen; and artist, composer, and entrepreneur Haleh Mashian. (Haleh also collaborated with fashion designer Shpetim Zero).

Adding to the historic nature of CoutureMash, paintings by Patrick Nagel and Andy Warhol will be exhibited during the exhibition on view through December 22, 2018. Fine art and fashion available for purchase. Please contact info@MashGallery.com for additional information or private tour.

Mash Gallery is a contemporary art gallery located in the heart of the Los Angeles Art’s District.

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9/15: Jesika von Rabbit Dessert Rock Release Party at Soap Plant/Wacko


Jesika von Rabbit
Dessert Rock Release Party

Saturday, September 15, 7-10 PM

Soap Plant / Wacko
La Luz de Jesus Gallery
4633 Hollywood Blvd,
Los Angeles, CA 90027
www.soapplant.com

Photo by Jessica Janos

 

The Queen of the High Desert, Jesika von Rabbit cordially invites you to the unveiling of her new album Dessert Rock.

Enter the whimsical world of Rabbit… Costumes are encouraged as we create a space adorned with desserts, drinks, and dancing girls. Jesika von Rabbit videos will be playing on a loop, interspersed with projections by visual mastermind Mr. Tamale along with the sweet sounds of Dessert Rock playing all night.

Dessert Rock, Jesika von Rabbit‘s second solo album, is an avalanche of appetizing amalgams that incorporate hints of calypso, sci-fi, psychedelic, electro, and funk, and will be available for purchase on both LP (white vinyl) and CD. Digital will be available through iTunes, etc.

Freak Out with us on this delightful night, as the Desert meets the City!

Street Date: September 14 2018
Artist: Jesika von Rabbit
Title: Dessert Rock
Label: Dionysus Records
SRLP – LP $18.95
SRLP – CD $10.95
UPC LP: 0-534877-31741-6
UPC CD: 0-534877-31742-3
Distributed by ILD Distro
www.ildistro.com

ALSO AVAILABLE
Journey Mitchell LP on Dionysus Records
“Do You Really Want to Hurt Me” 7″ on Sympathy for the Record Industry

Upcoming Jesika von Rabbit live dates:
9/1: Campout Festival – Pappy & Harriet’s – Pioneertown
9/9: Matinee Show – Alex’s Bar – Long Beach
10/5: Joshua Tree Music Festival – Joshua Tree
10/27: Halloween Show – Pappy & Harriet’s – Pioneertown

www.jesikavonrabbit.com
www.facebook.com/jesikavonrabbitmusic
www.jesikavonrabbit.bandcamp.com
www.dionysusrecords.com

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TIKI OASIS 18 Aug 8-12 San Diego: Free / Open to the Public Events!


Tiki Oasis 18: South Seas Cinema. August 8-12, San Diego, CA
Free and open to the public events!

Tiki Oasis 18 South Seas Cinema
This year’s Tiki Oasis weekend tickets sold out within minutes of release! However, fret not as there are lots of opportunities to attend, via these FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC events! There are also tickets available for Tiki Oasis events on Wednesday and Sunday

Tiki Oasis 18 – South Seas Cinema
Wed. August 8,
Bali Hai
2230 Shelter Island Dr, San Diego, CA 92106

Thurs. August 9-Sunday August 12
Crowne Plaza – Hotel Circle
2270 Hotel Cir N, San Diego, CA 92108

Thursday, Aug 9 Crowne Plaza
Free Events from 10am – 4pm
10am: Hula Hoop Basic w/ Miss Mia
10am: Raffia Flowers & Pom Poms w/Nicole Pacheco
10am – 5pm Tiki Oasis 10th Annual Art Show –
Grand Hanalei Ballroom Foyer, Crowne Plaza
All original artwork is for sale… Open to the public!
11am: Build Your Own Bamboo! w/Eric Hainline
1pm: Hula Dance w/ Di’Lovely
1pm: Tiki Storytelling “Tiki Pilgrimages”
1pm: Live Music: Adrian Demain’s Cheap Leis (Poolside)
3pm: Miss Tiki Oasis 2018 Poolside Strut – Meet all the finalists!
3pm: Swing Dance w/Burnie
4pm: Zenni Optical + Bombora Bombora Fashion Show by the Pool!
4pm: Bar Kindred “Permanent Vacation” Pop-Up! Angostura Swizzle Demo!
All day: DJ’s poolside

Friday, Aug 10 Crowne Plaza
10am9pm – Tiki Oasis Art Show
Grand Hanalei Ballroom Foyer, Crowne Plaza

Saturday, Aug 11, Crowne Plaza
9am – 5p – Tiki Oasis 10th Annual Car Show, Crowne Plaza Parking Lot
DJs all day, live music from Geronimo and the Scalpers 1 PM

10am – 6pm – Tiki Oasis Art Show
Grand Hanalei Ballroom Foyer, Crowne Plaza
Reception for the artists: 1pm, meet the artists and Miss Tiki Oasis 2018!

10am – 5pm – Tiki Oasis Outdoor Marketplace, both Poolside and at the Car Show featuring vendors, DJs, and more!

Sunday, Aug 12, Crowne Plaza
9am – 5p – Tiki Oasis 10th Annual Car Show, Crowne Plaza Parking Lot
DJs all day, live music from Geronimo and the Scalpers 1 PM

10am – 5pm – Tiki Oasis Art Show
Grand Hanalei Ballroom Foyer, Crowne Plaza

10am – 5pm – Tiki Oasis Outdoor Marketplace, both Poolside and at the Car Show featuring vendors, DJs, and more!

WEBSITE AND WALKUP TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE FOR THESE EVENTS:
www.tikioasis.com/tickets

Wednesday, August 8:
TIKI OASIS MEET & MINGLE AT THE BALI HAI RESTAURANT
Tiki Oasis is taking over the entire restaurant for this event!
5 pm-Midnight at Bali Hai
Emcee: King Kukulele
Tiki Oasis Meet & Mingle at the Historic Bali Hai on Shelter Island
Buffet dinner available
DJ’s from 5pm – close
Live Music:
6pm: Alvino and the Dwells (Lanai Stage)
7pm: The Surfbroads (Lanai Stage)
8pm: Vicky Tafoya & The Big Beat (Lanai Stage)
8pm: Pinup Girls Clothing Fashion Show (Lanai Stage)
9pm: Tremelo Beer Gut (Lanai Stage)

Sunday, August 12
TIKI OASIS SUNDAY NIGHT SHOWCASE
Grand Hanalei Ballroom
Emcee: Otto von Stroheim
(listed in order of appearance)

6:00 PM: Doors Open
7:00 PM: Bombón
8:00 PM: The Loons: the Pretty Things
9:00 PM: The Seeds

Spinning throughout the night Tony the Tyger!

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Jesika von Rabbit: June L.A., July Southern States, SFTRI, New Album


JESIKA von RABBIT, the former leader of Joshua Tree’s hi-desert trailblazers, GRAM RABBIT, will be performing two shows in Los Angeles, and touring through the Southern states with her longtime musical cohorts, the cinematic psychedelic spaghetti-western SPINDRIFT. A new 45 has been released on Sympathy for the Record Industry and her second solo album will be released the early fall.

Jesika von Rabbit by Jessica Janos

Photo Credit: Jessica Janos

(download a PDF of this press release at this link )

In the past few months, JESIKA von RABBIT has released a stream of digital singles, as well as a 45 RPM record featuring “Do You Really Want to Hurt Me” b/w “Din Ho” on the revived Sympathy for the Record Industry label. In the fall of 2018, von RABBIT will release Dessert Rock, her second solo album and the follow-up to her 2015 LP Journey Mitchell, both on Dionysus Records. While Journey Mitchell is laden with new wave-influenced synths, keyboard melodic and infectious dance beats, Dessert Rock is an avalanche of appetizing amalgams that incorporate hints of calypso, sci-fi, psychedelic, rock, electro, and funk.

von RABBIT’s current band line-up includes former GRAM RABBIT guitarist and independent producer Ethan Allen, Dionysus Records’ Lee Joseph on bass, and drummer, Dan Kashuck. von RABBIT has performed at Desert Daze on the bill with IGGY POP and SLEEP and has shared stages with a diverse roster of acts including WANDA JACKSON, CAT POWER, DEATH VALLEY GIRLSTHE CRYSTAL METHOD and has toured with EAGLES OF DEATH METAL. Dubbed “The Queen of the Hi-Desert”, von RABBIT has a menu item named after her at the world renown Pappy & Harriet’s in Pioneertown, CA – the delicious “Nachos von Rabbit” and in spring of 2018, once again won Best Front Woman of the Coachella Valley at the Coachella Valley Weekly Music Awards.

She is drop dead gorgeous and has an absolutely incredible voice. But von RABBIT is more than a pretty chick singer. She is an innovative creator and expressionist as well as one hell of an entertainer… Her show is brilliantly nonsensical; a sonic and visual spectacle that is unlike any other and you cannot take your eyes away. She is an artist that you just have to keep coming back to see because you evolve every time you do. – Coachella Valley Weekly

JESIKA von RABBIT LINKS
EPK
WEBSITE
FACEBOOK
INSTAGRAM

JUNE 2018 LOS ANGELES DATES
6/21: Harvard and Stone
6/22: Boardners

JULY 2018 SOUTHERN TOUR DATES WITH SPINDRIFT
7/10: Club Congress, Tucson, AZ
7/11: Lowbrow Palace, El Paso, TX
7/12: Paper Tiger, San Antonio, TX
7/13: Hotel Vegas, Austin, TX
7/14: Armory D.E., Dallas, TX
7/15: Santo’s Bar, New Orleans, LA
7/16: The Earl, Atlanta GA
7/17: The Cobra, Nashville TN
7/19: The Yeti, Tulsa OK
7/21: Taos Mesa Brewing, Taos NM

UPCOMING JESIKA VON RABBIT HI-DESERT SHOW DATES
9/1: Campout Festival, Pioneertown, CA
10/5: Joshua Tree Music Festival
10/27: Halloween Show at Pappy & Harriet’s, Pioneertown, CA.

SELECT VIDEO LINKS
PSYCHIC SPICE” (2015)
GOING DOWN” (2016)
DO YOU REALLY WANT TO HURT ME” (2017)

SELECT AUDIO LINKS
INNUENDO” (2018)
MAKE ME FEEL BETTER” (2018)

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TONIGHT Danko Jones – I’ve Got Something To Say” 10 years of Rock ‘n’ Roll Ramblings

Ive Got Something To Say Danko JonesDANKO JONES – I’VE GOT SOMETHING TO SAY
10 Years of Rock and Roll Ramblings
Book Release + Reading
La Luz De Jesus Gallery
TUESDAY 15 MAY
6 – 8P

https://www.facebook.com/events/163526331000954/

Please join Feral House + Soap Plant Wacko: Purveyor of Post-Pop Culture as we celebrate the release of Danko Jones memoir ‘I’ve Got Something to Say: 10 Years of Rock and Roll Ramblings’.

Says Danko Jones, “After playing rock music for the last twenty-one years, I’ve found time to put away the guitar and write down some of my thoughts on music and my experiences of life in a touring band. This book is a collection of essays that, unlike the music I play, are lighthearted and playful. Nothing less than fierce fandom for rock was what made this book come to life.”

$19.95 | 5.5 x 8.5 trim | 176 pages

http://feralhouse.com/ive-got-something-to-say/

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5/4-27: Carrie Ann Baade and Patrick McGrath Muniz at La Luz de Jesus

Carrie Ann Baade “Apocalyptic Orgasm”
Patrick McGrath Muniz “Credo”

Exhibition: May 4-May 27
Reception: Fri. May 4, 8-11 PM

La Luz de Jesus Gallery
4633 Hollywood Blvd,
Los Angeles, CA 90027
www.laluzdejesus.com

La Luz de Jesus Gallery presents two shows in May featuring artists Carrie Ann Baade and Patrick McGrath Muniz. Both artists share in contemporary surrealism with deep messages, and both are heavily inspired by old world Renaissance art.

Baade


Muniz

Full Baade press release, artist statement, and show preview/catalog available at this link
Full Muniz press release, artist statement, and show preview/catalog available at this link

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4/7: L.A. Collects L.A. – Latin America in Southern California Collections Book Event


L.A. Collects L.A. – Latin America in Southern California Collections
TALK + BOOK SIGNING

Saturday, April 7, 2018
7 – 9 PM

Wacko / Soap Plant
La Luz de Jesus Gallery
4633 Hollywood Blvd,
Los Angeles, CA 90027

Saturday, April 7, Soap Plant Wacko: Purveyor of Post-Pop Culture hosts the editor (Jesse Lerner) & photographer (Rubén Ortiz Torres) of ‘L.A. Collects L.A. – Latin America in Southern California Collections’ (Vincent Price Art Museum, 2018) for a night of engaging discussion with some of the book’s featured collectors (Billy Shire, Carl Baldwin, Tom Patchett).

About the book:

Photographs by Rubén Ortiz Torres document the wide range of Latin American art in the collections of Carl Baldwin’s Velvetería, April and Ron Dammann, E. Michael ‘Baltazar’ Díaz, Betty Duker, Armando and María Durón, Alonso Elías and Patricia Fontes Rosas de Elias, Lêda Leitão Martins, Nicholas Pardon, Tom Patchett, Sammy Sayago, Dan Segal, Enrique Serrato, Billy Shire, Esperanza Valverde, Elisabeth Waldo, Richard and Rebecca Zapanta, the Stendahl Gallery, and Bill London’s Pedorrero Muffler repair shop. Six essays explore the cultural, political, and social histories of Latin American art and artifacts in Southern California collections, including Matthew H. Robb’s sleuthing on the pre-Columbian as MacGuffin in mid-century Los Angeles, Ana Elena Mallet on Taxco Silver in California, Jesse Lerner on the meeting of ancient and modern in the Arensberg collection, Selene Preciado on Chicano art collections and collectors, Rubén Ortiz Torres on the Pedorrero, and Amy Sánchez-Arteaga and Misael Díaz on the Elías Fontes collection.

The catalog is accompanying the exhibition L.A. collects L.A., Vincent Price Art Museum, Monterey Park (CA) in the frame of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA (September 2017-January 2018) led by The Getty.

Featured Bios:

JESSE LERNER is a documentary filmmaker, curator, and writer based in Los Angeles. His short films Natives (1991, with Scott Sterling), Magnavoz (2006), and T.S.H. (2004), and the feature-length experimental documentaries Frontierland(1995, with Rubén Ortiz-Torres), Ruins (1999), The American Egypt (2001), Atomic Sublime (2010), and The Absent Stone (2013, with Sandra Rozental) have won numerous prizes at film festivals in the United States, Latin America, and Japan, and have has screened at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the National Anthropology Museum in Mexico City, the Reina Sofía Museum in Madrid, the Guggenheim Museums in New York and Bilbao, and the Sundance, Rotterdam, and Los Angeles Film Festivals. His books include The Maya of Modernism, F is for Phony: Fake Documentary and Truth’s Undoing (with Alex Juhasz), The Shock of Modernity, Ism IsmIsm (with Luciano Piazza), and The Catherwood Project (with Leandro Katz).

RUBEN ORTIZ TORRES was born in Mexico City in 1964. Educated within the utopian models of republican Spanish anarchism soon confronted the tragedies and cultural clashes of post colonial third world. Being the son of a couple of Latin American folklore musicians he soon identified more with the noises of urban punk music. After giving up the dream of playing baseball in the major leagues, and some architecture training (Harvard Graduate School of Design) he decided to study art. He went first to the oldest and one of the most academic art schools of the Americas (the Academy of San Carlos in Mexico City) and later to one of the newest and more experimental (Calarts in Valencia CA). After enduring Mexico City’s earthquake and pollution he moved to Los Angeles with a Fullbright grant to survive riots, fires, floods, more earthquakes, and proposition 187. During all this he has been able to produce artwork in the form of paintings, photographs, objects, installations, videos, films, customized machines, curatorial projects and even an opera. He is part of the permanent Faculty of the University of California in San Diego. He has participated in several international exhibitions and film festivals. His work is in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art in New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, The Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Artpace in San Antonio, the California Museum of Photography in Riverside CA, the Centro Cultural de Arte Contemporaneo in Mexico City and the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in Madrid Spain among others.

After showing his work and teaching art around the world, he now realizes that his dad’s music was in fact better than most rock ‘n’ roll.

 

For press inquiries, please contact Lee Joseph at Reverberations Media.
For book purchase inquiries, please contact Tricia Fetters at tricia at soapplant.com

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