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Mostrando las entradas de marzo, 2011
Video mostrado en Boehm Gallery en: Narciso sin espejos; conversations on hybrids and image.
lady Opera en la Calle 11:04
Gracias a la gente que pudo asistir.
Gracias a Ingram Ober y a sus asistentes. Gracias al Meño por ayudarme en domingo y gracias y felicitaciones a Claudia Cano por entrar a duo en este evento.

Todos Invitados

Todos invitados, de este miércoles 16 de Marzo hasta abril 13. en The Boehm Art Gallery de Palomar College.

dos por uno, Claudia Cano y su servilleta.

• The Boehm Art Gallery Presents •
Narciso Sin Espe jos

Conversations on hybrids and image

Opening Reception
Wednesday March 16th, 1:00pm to 3:00pm
& 6:00pm to 8:00pm.
Artist lecture
Wednesday March 16th, 2:00pm to 3:00pm.

All events are free and open to the public. Please find more information on times and
locations at the Boehm Gallery Website or by calling (760) 744 1150 ext 2304.
Hours: Tuesday 10am to 4pm, Wednesday/Thursday 10am to 7pm,
Friday/Saturday 10am to 2pm.

Directions: The Boehm Gallery are located on the left side of the main parking lot of the
San Marcos Campus. Pick up a free visitor parking pass from the Parking Attendant or
Campus Security Office.
Photography by
Claudia Cano
An Interdisciplinary Approach by
Omar Pimienta
• March 16th - April 13th •
Omar Pimienta, Athenaeum Music and Arts LibraryWritten byDrew Snyder 9:19 p.m., Feb 22, 2011 Walking into to the rotunda of La Jolla's historic Athenaeum Music and Arts Library has seldom felt so strange as last Friday, when Omar Pimienta's Defragmentation: Or Of How To Get Rid Of My Memory Voids opened to the public. Since a curved wall is not exactly the ideal place to hang a picture, the rotunda's shape challenges the norms of conventional art displays. More so than the standard white-cube, the round form requires that, to be successful, an exhibition must take a particularly thoughtful curatorial approach. In an ideal situation, the content or meaning of the work on display would somehow be reflected in the space within which it is inscribed. In this case, Omar Pimienta achieves just that.Pimienta's exhibition consists of hundreds of photographs attached directly to the wall, pictures that act as keepsake…