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Collections: WCCW five at The Huntington

Nov 18, 2017 - Feb 12, 2018 Scott Galleries

Top row (L-R): Jheanelle Garriques. Photo by Stevie Rae Gibbs. Photo courtesy of the artist; kerrie welsh. Photo by C.E. Nolen. Photo courtesy of the artist; Soyoung Shin. Photo by Sayoko Cox. Photo courtesy of the artist; Juliana Wisdom. Photo by Evan Backer. Photo courtesy of the artist. Bottom row (L-R) Olivia Chumacero. Photo by Chris Cruse. Photo courtesy of the artist; Sarita Dougherty. Photo by Chris Cruse. Photo courtesy of the artist; Zya S. Levy. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Top row (L-R): Jheanelle Garriques. Photo by Stevie Rae Gibbs. Photo courtesy of the artist; kerrie welsh. Photo by C.E. Nolen. Photo courtesy of the artist; Soyoung Shin. Photo by Sayoko Cox. Photo courtesy of the artist; Juliana Wisdom. Photo by Evan Backer. Photo courtesy of the artist. Bottom row (L-R) Olivia Chumacero. Photo by Chris Cruse. Photo courtesy of the artist; Sarita Dougherty. Photo by Chris Cruse. Photo courtesy of the artist; Zya S. Levy. Photo courtesy of the artist.

 

Press Release

 

The culmination of the second year of a five-year initiative called “/five,” which this year is based on the theme of “collecting” and “collections,” this focused exhibition features new work with related programming by seven artists who conducted research in The Huntington’s collections. Paintings, sculpture, textiles, video, writings, and other works will be on view by seven artists: Olivia Chumacero, Sarita Dougherty, Jheanelle Garriques, Zya S. Levy, Soyoung Shin, kerrie welsh, and Juliana Wisdom. The artists were selected in collaboration with the Los Angeles-based Women’s Center for Creative Work (WCCW).

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