Rebeca Méndez

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Rebeca Méndez Solo Exhibition at the Broad Arts Center, Los Angeles, 2010

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The solo exhibition consists of works from two artwork series, About to Happen, 2006 and Homeland #3, 2006. Curated by Barbara Drucker, Associate Dean, UCLA, School of Arts and Architecture.

Rebeca Méndez in group exhibition MELTING POINT at “El Camino College Art Gallery.

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Rebeca Méndez in group exhibition MELTING POINT at El Camino College Art Gallery. Exhibition Dates: November 23 – December 18. Artists Reception: Tuesday, December 1, 7–9 p.m. Curated by Susanna Meiers. Rebeca’s photographic work in the exhibition: Weatherscape #15 and Weatherscape #01, 2008. Read about the Weatherscapes series and see other photographs of the series here.

Rebeca’s ‘At Any Given Moment’ artwork series in parallel exhibition at the X Biennial of Art, Cuenca, Ecuador.

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X Biennial: Parallel Exhibition: Intersections: Memory, Reality and New Eras. October 22 – December 4, 2009. Cuenca, Ecuador.

Rebeca’s video art installations in the exhibition are: At Any Given Moment, Grass and At Any Given Moment, Rivers and Fall.

Rebeca Méndez artwork ‘At Any Given Moment, River’ in exhibition at Minotti, Los Angeles

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At Any Given Moment, River and Fall is a video art installation consisting of three recent works from Méndez’s ongoing series At Any Given Moment. The three works on view are At Any Given Moment, River #1; At Any Given Moment, River #2; and At Any Given Moment, Fall #1. On view from June 18–July 4, 2009 at MINOTTI, 8936 Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90048. www.minotti-la.com.

These works explore issues of perception, specifically our relationship to technologically mediated nature. In At Any Given Moment, River and Fall, the repetitive rhythm, tight cropping, and large-scale image emphasize the work’s particular organizational logic in time and space.

Rebeca Méndez in ‘Memory of the L.A. Billboard: Telepolis in the Archetype’

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Koplin Del Rio Gallery is pleased to present ‘Memory of the L.A. Billboard: Telepolis in the Archetype.’ Exhibition Dates: May 30-July 3, 2009. Reception for Artists: Saturday May 30, 6pm-8:00pm. Open to the public. Koplin Del Rio Gallery, 6031 Washington Boulevard, Culver City, CA 90232. Méndez’s work in the exhibition: There Is No There, a visual and verbal loop, structured as a triptych to emphasize the organizational logic of both the photograph and of language. The work attempts to affirm the existence of something and, at the same time, to negate its position in time and space. It focuses on issues of ambiguity and indetermination.Triptych. Each panel: 20h x 13.33w. Archival inkjet print, plexiglass, white silkscreen ink.