"The Space Between Us" at Modified Arts In a post-pandemic climate in which social dynamics are being redefined, photographers consider interpersonal relationships through portraiture, street photography, photo journals, and alternative imagery.
Nov. 18 – Dec. 10, 2022 (view)
"Climate of Unrest" at Modified Arts Exploration of the complex and evolving threads between nature and humanity, exposing disconnects within shared environments made up of the collision between the natural and manufactured.
July 19 – Aug. 10, 2019 (view)
Douglas Miles: "Everyday Sacred" at Modified Arts Selected black & white photographs and site-specific window installation.
Mar. 15 – Apr. 13, 2019 (view)
"Adaptations" at Modified Arts New works by Jessica Dzielinski, Katrina Fengler and Katharine Leigh Simpson
June 15 – July 14, 2018 (view)
"Flat Rate Box" at Modified Arts Local, regional and national artists encouraged to explore the possibilities of works that transcend shipping size restrictions by submitting artwork that fits in a USPS Flat Rate Box.
Dec. 15, 2017 – Jan. 13, 2018 (view)
"Turbulent Landscape" at Modified Arts The landscape is typically a passive constituent, slowly evolving and only making an impact when weather or abrupt geographical changes occur. But seen through different lenses the landscape can be turbulent and stirring – an active component of everything we experience.
June 16 – July 15, 2017 (view)
"FAR Bazaar" at Cerritos Art College Under the D-Block Collective curated live performance works by artists Kimberly Duran, Mayte Escobar, Albert Lopez, Jr.
January, 2017 (view)
"The End of Wild" at Modified Arts Addresses the topic of “wild” through a collection of artist’s works that explore man’s closeness to nature, species selection, and our coexistence within evolving landscapes.
May 18 - June 9, 2012 (view)
"War Texts" at Modified Arts Multi-media group exhibition that invited new constructs, interpretations, and subtexts relating to the meaning of war. Oct. 19 – Nov.10, 2012 (view)
"Drawing from Reference" at Modified Arts Exhibition of works from local and national artists that explore new contexts, methods, and materials related to the process of drawing.
Dec. 16, 2011 – Jan. 14, 2012 (view)
"New Work by Ed Gomez" at ASU 411 Gallery Recent work from the Los Angeles-based artist illustrating art as a recyclable and renewable commodity. Jan. 28 - May 12, 2012 (view)
"video.mix" at Modified Arts Survey of recent video work from both local and national artists including Animal Charm, Jenna Duncan, and more.
June 15 - July 14, 2012 view)
"Photography: '12" at Modified Arts
April 20 - May 12, 2012 (view)
"Open Document" at D-Block Projects Open Document invited artists to use the extent of a 6,000 sq. ft. space to temporarily store their art projects. Co-curator, June 11 - July 15, 2011 (view)
"Video: Recycled" at D-Block Projects Artists repurpose found, acquired, or created video footage to forge new contexts. Artists included Animal Charm, Ryan Lamb, and more. Feb. 5 – Feb 28, 2011 (view)
"JJ Stevens: Department of Archeological Oversight" a Dark Matter Gallery Solo exhibition for artist/sculptor JJ Stevens who creates fictitious machines from the past that have no historical bearing. March 12 – March 31, 2011 (view)
"Allison Alford: Moving in the Technium" at D-Block Projects Exhibition of site-specific works by the artist Allison Alford who explores technology through performance, drawing and painting.
April 7 – 30, 2011 (view)
"Cultivating Wildness: Part 1 " Hollyhock House, Los Angeles, CA Artist panel discussion included Joyce Campbell, Carmine Iannaccone, and Ryan Taber
Co-curator, Foundation for Art Resources, April, 2007
"Cultivating Wildness: Part 2" Caltrans Building, Los Angeles, CA Artist panel discussion included Joel Tauber, Ruben Ortiz Torres, Amir Zaki
Co-curator, Foundation for Art Resources, June, 2007
"Work Space" FAR Online Exhibition Artists present their workspaces in conjunction with short essay describing how environment influences/inspires/affects art creation.