Ana Serrano “Cartonlandia”
Cardboard, paper, acrylic paint
2008
The AltaMed Art Collection


Exhibited Craft and Folk Art Museum, LA during “The US-Mexico Border: Place, Imagination, and Possibility”
Sep 10, 2017-Jan 7, 2018

The exhibition presents the work of contemporary artists who explored the border as a physical reality (place), as a subject (imagination), and as the site for production and solution (possibility.) The inclusion of artists from the various disciplines, including design, architecture, sculpture, painting, and photography, reflects the ways in which contemporary artists and designers themselves cross disciplinary borders. Many of the artists featured in the exhibition pursue a creative problem-solving process sometimes described as “design thinking”, which involves intention, social engagement, and the task of making.

More information on the exhibition: http://www.cafam.org/exhibitions/current-exhibitions

Craft and Folk Art Museum

5814 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90036

Located on Los Angeles’ Museum Row on Wilshire Boulevard, and across from the George C. Page Museum and La Brea Tar Pits, CAFAM presents six original exhibitions a year ranging from the local to the global; traditional to contemporary. CAFAM is the only museum in Los Angeles showing exclusively craft, folk art, and design. CAFAM works to recognize emerging artists and make art accessible to all audiences.

http://www.cafam.org/

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