The Only Way Out Is InCitrus College Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of The Only Way Out Is In, a group show of sculptures and paintings by six L.A. artists who use abstraction to question the idea of “place.”
Artist Talk: Nzuji De Magalhaes and Marion Lane
Wednesday, March 8, 2017, 5-7pm
Closing Reception: Sunday, May 7, 2017, 2-4pm
Citrus College Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of The Only Way Out Is In, a group show of sculptures and paintings by six L.A. artists who use abstraction to question the idea of “place.” The title refers to the ways in which artists absorb, navigate and use fragments of their realities to inform their work. With these works, the meaning of place becomes fluid, merging what’s out there and what’s inside to reveal the connection between culture, nature, mythology, memory, and the psyche. There is an intuitive impulse here, a desire to go inward and to be in tune with the process of mark making.
The artists in the exhibition have shown at the Steve Turner Gallery, Studio Museum of Harlem, Contemporary Jewish Museum, Hammer Museum, Eastside International, Launch Gallery, Torrance Art Museum, Charlie James Gallery, Crocker Art Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art, Long Beach Art Museum and the Orange County Museum of Art.
Citrus College Art Gallery
Gallery Hours: Monday-Friday 8-4
Visual Arts Building 120, 1000 West Foothill Boulevard, Glendora, CA 91741