Rebeca Méndez

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Rebeca Méndez in PAGES exhibition at the Williamson Gallery

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Rebeca Méndez in PAGES, which is a non-linear exhibition probing the terrain of the page, revealing its poetics and its polemics, and celebrating its seminal role in the progression of culture and knowledge over time. The exhibition draws upon jewels, surprises, and provocations from the domains of art, science, literature, and history. Curated by Stephen Nowlin. Opening: October 12, 6 to 10 pm.

‘Rebeca Méndez: At Any Given Moment’ Solo Exhibition at The Nevada Museum of Art

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The Nevada Museum of Art presents a video/mixed media installation by artist and designer Rebeca Méndez. September 1, 2012 through January 20, 2013. Curated by JoAnne Northrup. Méndez gives a workshop and lecture at the Museum on Novermber 17, 2012.

Hammer Museum

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Seven single channel video artworks in exhibition at the Hammer Café from April 24 – May 30, 2012. Curated by Elizabeth Cline, Curatorial Associate of Public Engagement. Works in the exhibition: Nothing Further Happens, At Any Given Moment, Fall 1, At Any Given Moment, Grass 1, At Any Given Moment, Grass 2, Never Happened Again, Eucalyptus, Never Happened Again, Karahnjukar, and Never Happened Again, Glaciers.

José Drudis-Biada Gallery

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Rebeca Méndez in ‘So Close And Yet So Far’ group exhibition at José Drudis-Biada Gallery, Mount Saint Mary’s College, Los Angeles, California. February 7 – March 24, 2012. Public reception: Sunday 19, 3 – 5 p.m. Curated by Irina Costache. Works in the exhibition: Nothing Further Happens, 2011, Quagmire, 2011, Weatherscape 01, 2008, Weatherscape 15, 2008, and Circumpolar Map #1, 2012.

Japanese American Museum

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At Any Given Moment, Fall 1, single channel video projection, in exhibition in the atrium of the Japanese American Museum, Los Angeles, California, in conjunction with The Future of Water in Southern California Summit, hosted by UCLA, Luskin Center for Innovation. Curated by Teresa Lara. On view for one night only, Friday, January 27, from 5:30 to 8 pm.