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Selections from the Collection of JoAnn Gonzalez Hickey
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Selections from the Collection of JoAnn Gonzalez HickeyX
Alexis Portilla (b. 1965 Mexico City; lives & works New York, NY) is known for his compositions of atmospheric color that feature an expansive range of symbol-like marks. Portilla’s motifs are based on images from his memory, as well as his affinity for Oceanic art. He explores these inspirations in a variety of mediums, and his meticulous consideration of surface results in vibrating, planes of color that interact in unexpected ways.
Ruben Ochoa’s (b. 1974 Oceanside, CA; lives and works in Los Angeles, CA) interdisciplinary practice includes sculpture, site-specific and site-responsive installations, photography, drawing and public intervention. An aspect of his work touches upon the urban surrounding of the city, the tension between social classes, urban architecture and nature. He uses a range of materials, including basic building materials such as rebar, concrete and excavated earth. In works that defy expectation, Ochoa liberates these materials from their usual purpose to expose urban constructs and their role in controlling, isolating and marginalizing nature and people.
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