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  • Naotaka Hiro and fellow CalArts 50+50 artists (including John Baldessari represented by his self-portrait penguin sculpture) photographed for W Magazine for its feature on CalArts alumni artists involved in the 50+50 program to help offset tuition costs for future art students: produced by @lisaivorian_jones / #naotakahiro @naotakahiro @wmag
  • Naotaka Hiro and fellow CalArts 50+50 artists (including John Baldessari represented by his self-portrait penguin sculpture) photographed for W Magazine for its feature on CalArts alumni artists involved in the 50+50 program to help offset tuition costs for future art students: produced by @lisaivorian_jones / #naotakahiro @naotakahiro @wmag

  •  69  1  1 February, 2020
  • #Repost @joann_g_hickey_collection with @repostapp
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Rituals of Regard and Recollection
Curated by Tricia Heuring

January 31–March 8, 2020

Opening Reception
January 31, 6–9 pm
Curator Remarks, 7 pm

In Rituals of Regard and Recollection, curator Tricia Heuring gathers a selection of works on paper from the collection of JoAnn Gonzalez Hickey in response to bell hook’s belonging: a culture of place (2009). Heuring pulls inspiration from hooks’s passage to explore how the medium of drawing operates in contemporary culture as a form of record — highlighting international artists whose work reflects on memory in relation to the body, selfhood, or history.  In particular, the exhibition’s title draws on a passage in which the author explores ‘a geography of the heart.’ For Heuring, “Our bodies hold social power and presence. Our bodies move through time and space. Our bodies hold history of geological and cosmological scales. The collection of works includes drawings and works on paper that meditate on how we occupy space in history, exploring how we remember or want to be remembered. Some of the works demonstrate how the medium translates body to paper… in the form of gesture, movement, interventions or permanence.” A subtext to the exhibition explores the function of “collection” itself — in this case operating in parallel to Gonzalez Hickey’s life as she acquires works of art through time. Individual artworks recall the context in which they were selected and reflect the collector’s changing consciousness and connection to art and the living artists who make this work. 
Works from the JoAnn Gonzalez Hickey Collection by artists:
#AthenaLaTocha #ArnoldKemp
#SusanHefuna
#NaotakaHiro #ShereeHovsepian
#KristenJensen #AnnabelDaou
#JamalCyrus
#WillamCordova
#LotteGertz
#AdelhydVanBender
#KahlilRobertIrving
#NateYoung
#SarahRapson
#JoelleTurlinckx
#PepeMar
#williamPopeL
#IsraelMorenoMesa #moris #annettelawrence #lawwarschawgallery #macalestercollege #stpaul #minnesota
  • #Repost @joann_g_hickey_collection with @repostapp
    ・・・
    Rituals of Regard and Recollection
    Curated by Tricia Heuring

    January 31–March 8, 2020

    Opening Reception
    January 31, 6–9 pm
    Curator Remarks, 7 pm

    In Rituals of Regard and Recollection, curator Tricia Heuring gathers a selection of works on paper from the collection of JoAnn Gonzalez Hickey in response to bell hook’s belonging: a culture of place (2009). Heuring pulls inspiration from hooks’s passage to explore how the medium of drawing operates in contemporary culture as a form of record — highlighting international artists whose work reflects on memory in relation to the body, selfhood, or history. In particular, the exhibition’s title draws on a passage in which the author explores ‘a geography of the heart.’ For Heuring, “Our bodies hold social power and presence. Our bodies move through time and space. Our bodies hold history of geological and cosmological scales. The collection of works includes drawings and works on paper that meditate on how we occupy space in history, exploring how we remember or want to be remembered. Some of the works demonstrate how the medium translates body to paper… in the form of gesture, movement, interventions or permanence.” A subtext to the exhibition explores the function of “collection” itself — in this case operating in parallel to Gonzalez Hickey’s life as she acquires works of art through time. Individual artworks recall the context in which they were selected and reflect the collector’s changing consciousness and connection to art and the living artists who make this work.
    Works from the JoAnn Gonzalez Hickey Collection by artists:
    #AthenaLaTocha #ArnoldKemp
    #SusanHefuna
    #NaotakaHiro #ShereeHovsepian
    #KristenJensen #AnnabelDaou
    #JamalCyrus
    #WillamCordova
    #LotteGertz
    #AdelhydVanBender
    #KahlilRobertIrving
    #NateYoung
    #SarahRapson
    #JoelleTurlinckx
    #PepeMar
    #williamPopeL
    #IsraelMorenoMesa #moris #annettelawrence #lawwarschawgallery #macalestercollege #stpaul #minnesota

  •  19  0  29 January, 2020
  • Rituals of Regard and Recollection
Curated by Tricia Heuring

January 31–March 8, 2020

Opening Reception
January 31, 6–9 pm
Curator Remarks, 7 pm

In Rituals of Regard and Recollection, curator Tricia Heuring gathers a selection of works on paper from the collection of JoAnn Gonzalez Hickey in response to bell hook’s belonging: a culture of place (2009). Heuring pulls inspiration from hooks’s passage to explore how the medium of drawing operates in contemporary culture as a form of record — highlighting international artists whose work reflects on memory in relation to the body, selfhood, or history.  In particular, the exhibition’s title draws on a passage in which the author explores ‘a geography of the heart.’ For Heuring, “Our bodies hold social power and presence. Our bodies move through time and space. Our bodies hold history of geological and cosmological scales. The collection of works includes drawings and works on paper that meditate on how we occupy space in history, exploring how we remember or want to be remembered. Some of the works demonstrate how the medium translates body to paper… in the form of gesture, movement, interventions or permanence.” A subtext to the exhibition explores the function of “collection” itself — in this case operating in parallel to Gonzalez Hickey’s life as she acquires works of art through time. Individual artworks recall the context in which they were selected and reflect the collector’s changing consciousness and connection to art and the living artists who make this work. 
Works from the JoAnn Gonzalez Hickey Collection by artists:
#AthenaLaTocha #ArnoldKemp
#SusanHefuna
#NaotakaHiro #ShereeHovsepian
#KristenJensen #AnnabelDaou
#JamalCyrus
#WillamCordova
#LotteGertz
#AdelhydVanBender
#KahlilRobertIrving
#NateYoung
#SarahRapson
#JoelleTurlinckx
#PepeMar
#williamPopeL
#IsraelMorenoMesa #moris #annettelawrence #lawwarschawgallery #macalestercollege #stpaul
  • Rituals of Regard and Recollection
    Curated by Tricia Heuring

    January 31–March 8, 2020

    Opening Reception
    January 31, 6–9 pm
    Curator Remarks, 7 pm

    In Rituals of Regard and Recollection, curator Tricia Heuring gathers a selection of works on paper from the collection of JoAnn Gonzalez Hickey in response to bell hook’s belonging: a culture of place (2009). Heuring pulls inspiration from hooks’s passage to explore how the medium of drawing operates in contemporary culture as a form of record — highlighting international artists whose work reflects on memory in relation to the body, selfhood, or history. In particular, the exhibition’s title draws on a passage in which the author explores ‘a geography of the heart.’ For Heuring, “Our bodies hold social power and presence. Our bodies move through time and space. Our bodies hold history of geological and cosmological scales. The collection of works includes drawings and works on paper that meditate on how we occupy space in history, exploring how we remember or want to be remembered. Some of the works demonstrate how the medium translates body to paper… in the form of gesture, movement, interventions or permanence.” A subtext to the exhibition explores the function of “collection” itself — in this case operating in parallel to Gonzalez Hickey’s life as she acquires works of art through time. Individual artworks recall the context in which they were selected and reflect the collector’s changing consciousness and connection to art and the living artists who make this work.
    Works from the JoAnn Gonzalez Hickey Collection by artists:
    #AthenaLaTocha #ArnoldKemp
    #SusanHefuna
    #NaotakaHiro #ShereeHovsepian
    #KristenJensen #AnnabelDaou
    #JamalCyrus
    #WillamCordova
    #LotteGertz
    #AdelhydVanBender
    #KahlilRobertIrving
    #NateYoung
    #SarahRapson
    #JoelleTurlinckx
    #PepeMar
    #williamPopeL
    #IsraelMorenoMesa #moris #annettelawrence #lawwarschawgallery #macalestercollege #stpaul

  •  54  1  29 January, 2020
  • Naotaka Hiro + Barbara T. Smith are among the 50 artist alumni participating in '50+50: A Creative Century from Chouinard to CalArts' and are both part of the inaugural exhibition of the first group of 10 alumni artists’ limited series and editions, on view at @calartsredcat from Wednesday, February 12 – Sunday, March 22, 2020.

The exhibition is organized by Carmen Amengual and Michael Ned Holte. -- About 50+50: In celebration of the upcoming 50th anniversary of CalArts and the centennial of Chouinard, the Institute will launch 50+50: A Creative Century from Chouinard to CalArts, an unprecedented artist-led scholarship endowment initiative. CalArts, in partnership with publisher Lisa Ivorian-Jones, will newly commission and sell limited artwork by a prominent group of 50 artist alumni.

#BarbaraTSmith #NaotakaHiro #CalArts #Chouinard #LivaIvorianJones #CarmenAmengual #MichaelNedHolte @naotakahiro
  • Naotaka Hiro + Barbara T. Smith are among the 50 artist alumni participating in '50+50: A Creative Century from Chouinard to CalArts' and are both part of the inaugural exhibition of the first group of 10 alumni artists’ limited series and editions, on view at @calartsredcat from Wednesday, February 12 – Sunday, March 22, 2020.

    The exhibition is organized by Carmen Amengual and Michael Ned Holte. -- About 50+50: In celebration of the upcoming 50th anniversary of CalArts and the centennial of Chouinard, the Institute will launch 50+50: A Creative Century from Chouinard to CalArts, an unprecedented artist-led scholarship endowment initiative. CalArts, in partnership with publisher Lisa Ivorian-Jones, will newly commission and sell limited artwork by a prominent group of 50 artist alumni.

    #BarbaraTSmith #NaotakaHiro #CalArts #Chouinard #LivaIvorianJones #CarmenAmengual #MichaelNedHolte @naotakahiro

  •  100  3  29 January, 2020
  • Thrilled to share Naotaka Hiro's beautiful unique series of mono prints (a combination of silkscreen and handworking) for CalArts, Untitled, 2018/19.

#50+50 @naotakahiro @calarts.art #naotakahiro @brennangriffin @theboxla 
Contact LIJFA for more info 
Dimensions Paper Size: 35 x 44 inches
Dimensions (framed): 47.625 x 38.625 x 2 inches
Paper, grease pencils, oil stick, silkscreen materials, acrylic, water color, Crayons, graphite pencils
Edition 8 of 15 with 4 Artist Proofs
Signed and numbered by the artist
Produced for CalArts by Lisa Ivorian-Jones

Photos by Joshua White

#50plus50
  • Thrilled to share Naotaka Hiro's beautiful unique series of mono prints (a combination of silkscreen and handworking) for CalArts, Untitled, 2018/19.

    #50+50 @naotakahiro @calarts.art #naotakahiro @brennangriffin @theboxla
    Contact LIJFA for more info
    Dimensions Paper Size: 35 x 44 inches
    Dimensions (framed): 47.625 x 38.625 x 2 inches
    Paper, grease pencils, oil stick, silkscreen materials, acrylic, water color, Crayons, graphite pencils
    Edition 8 of 15 with 4 Artist Proofs
    Signed and numbered by the artist
    Produced for CalArts by Lisa Ivorian-Jones

    Photos by Joshua White

    #50plus50

  •  29  2  22 January, 2020
  • For Japanese-born, California-based sculptor and painter #NaotakaHiro, art stems from an idea of the unknown. "My body is only understandable to myself when considered through a mediated form," says the artist. In "Untitled (Rings)," Hiro blends recognizable features with unexpected forms in an attempt to make the unknowable knowable. #AbsolutArt
  • For Japanese-born, California-based sculptor and painter #NaotakaHiro, art stems from an idea of the unknown. "My body is only understandable to myself when considered through a mediated form," says the artist. In "Untitled (Rings)," Hiro blends recognizable features with unexpected forms in an attempt to make the unknowable knowable. #AbsolutArt

  •  135  2  14 January, 2020
  • Naotaka Hiro is featured in MOCA’s current exhibition Seven Stations: Selections from @moca’s Collection.

Image: @naotakahiro ‘Untitled (Green Sling)’, 2018, acrylic and graphite on paper. 
#naotakahiro #moca
  • Naotaka Hiro is featured in MOCA’s current exhibition Seven Stations: Selections from @moca’s Collection.

    Image: @naotakahiro ‘Untitled (Green Sling)’, 2018, acrylic and graphite on paper.
    #naotakahiro #moca

  •  121  3  8 January, 2020
  • Seven Stations: Selections from MOCA’s Collection @moca Los Angeles #naotakahiro #moca
  • Seven Stations: Selections from MOCA’s Collection @moca Los Angeles #naotakahiro #moca

  •  269  9  28 December, 2019
  • Naotaka Hiro, Untitled (Rotating a Skull), 2006, Super 8, 5:26 mins #naotakahiro
  • Naotaka Hiro, Untitled (Rotating a Skull), 2006, Super 8, 5:26 mins #naotakahiro

  •  127  2  14 December, 2019
  • #naotakahiro #misakoandrosen 
#会期ギリギリ 
雨降ってたけど今日逃すと行けないので。オープニング前に問い合わせ殺到で粗完売状態の作家ですが、ここまで来るまで20年かかりました、との事です。
  • #naotakahiro #misakoandrosen
    #会期ギリギリ
    雨降ってたけど今日逃すと行けないので。オープニング前に問い合わせ殺到で粗完売状態の作家ですが、ここまで来るまで20年かかりました、との事です。

  •  12  0  22 November, 2019

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