‘Site’ Exhibit Brings Two Perspectives of Los Angeles Imagery to Harris Art Gallery

November 6, 2012 by University of La Verne

What: ”SITE” Featuring Chad Attie and Bettina Hubby will be presented at the University of La Verne’s Harris Art Gallery from November 5 through December 4. Admission to this exhibition is free and the public is invited to attend.

A reception will be hosted on November 8 from 6 to 8 p.m., welcoming the two-person exhibit that explores the imagery that Chad Attie and Bettina Hubby found in their immediate environments. Both artists found inspiration in the streets, markets, parks, buildings and construction sites of Los Angeles. Jon Leaver, guest curator, organized this exhibition, which showcases Attie’s intimate and individual, and Hubby’s public and communal perspectives.

When: November 8, 2012 from 6 to 8 p.m. (Reception)

Exhibit will run until December 4, 2012
Where: Harris Art Gallery at the University of La Verne
1950 Third Street, La Verne, Calif.

Gallery Hours: Monday through Thursday 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and by appointment.

Details: Hubby, who received her MFA from the school of Visual Arts in New York, creates project-based work in addition to collages, drawings, printmaking and photography. Her work often challenges the conventions of exhibition spaces.

Attie, who attended both UCLA and Boston University, created projects that were featured in several venues including the Outpost for Contemporary Art, The Santa Monica Museum of Art and the California Arts Foundation in Santa Barbara. Attie was also the subject of the short film, “The Experience of Art,” by Michael Comte and his work will be featured in the upcoming book “Gag Stigmata: Critical Writings and Art About Lady Gaga.”

Contacts: Dion Johnson, Director of University Art Galleries, University of La Verne, (909) 593-3511 ext. 4273, djohnson@laverne.edu

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