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Centennial: 100 Years of Otis College Alumni

September 7 – December 7, 2019. Celebrating Otis College’s one hundredth year, Centennial is a group exhibition of selected works by notable alumni spanning the 1920s to the 2010s. Centennial offers a glimpse into both the range of artists who attended Otis College, as well as work that has come to represent a specific historical moment, focus, and aesthetic engagement. While the exhibition brings together artists working within diverse histories, places, and experiences, each work has a relationship to the present. Centennial is a nod to artistic process, as well as the 100 years of artists’ work sharing space in the Ben Maltz Gallery.    

Alumni artists in the exhibition include the following: Bas Jan Ader (’65), Mary Sue Ader Anderson (’65), Kelly Akashi (’06), Michelle Andrade (’07), John Baldessari (’58) (in collaboration with Meg Cranston), Raul Baltazar (’13), Billy Al Bengston (’57), George Chann (’45), Katy Cowan (’13), Kohshin Finley (’12), Kim Fisher (’98), Teresa Flores (’13), Kristen Foster (’09), Gajin Fujita (’97), Kio Griffith (’86), Judithe Hernandez (’74), Dakota Higgins (’17), Noah Humes (’17), Sara Hunsucker (’02), Lorenzo Hurtado Segovia (’07), Dorothy Jeakins (’36), Joseph Mugnaini (’42), Sandeep Mukherjee (’96), Alan Nakagawa (’86), Ruben Ochoa (’99), Rick Owens (’81), The Perez Bros (’16), Kour Pour (’10), Ken Price (’57), Pamela Ramos (’16), Vincent Ramos (’02), Steve Roden (’86), Alison Saar (’81), Forouzan Safari (’17), Eduardo Sarabia (’99), JT Steiny (’84), Masami Teraoka (’64), Daveion Thompson (’16), Kent Twitchell (’77), Jeffrey Vallance (’81), Mark Dean Veca (’85), Tyrus Wong (’32), John Weston (’07), Bruce Yonemoto (’79), Liz Young (’84), Milford Zornes (’27)

[NOTE: Victoria Delgadillo is not a graduate of Otis College, but her collaborative film project with Raul Baltazar called “Califas” was screened as part of this exhibit celebration.]

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