Now On View
by Tatiana Parcero
Exhibition on view: September 8 - October 28, 2017
Reception: Friday ,September 8, 5-7:30pm
Tatiana Parcero explores the body and its implicated connections to identity and the natural world. To accomplish this, she juxtaposes the human figure, which in nearly all the work is her own, and found imagery. Through the years Parcero has developed the body as a container of and symbol for The Universal, and has paired images of her own figure with anatomy drawings, Aztec codices, colonial, and astrological maps. In Universus Parcero continues this visual approach and now parallels the figure with naturalist-style images of flora and fauna. Parcero's work looks beyond the visible exterior. The layers she exposes are literal and symbolic; beautiful and charged. For Parcero the figure is more than flesh and bone; it is body and soul, earth and sea, identity and memory, intent and consciousness.
About the Artist:
Tatiana Parcero (b. 1967 Mexico) earned her Master of Arts in the fields of Art Theory and Photography from New York University and Bachelors Degree in Psychology from Universidad Nacional Autònoma de Mexico (UNAM), Mexico City. Her work has been included in solo and group exhibitions in the USA, Mexico, Spain, France, Argentina, Brazil, Finland, and beyond. Parcero’s work is in such notable permanent collections as the Museum of Fine Arts, Huston; The Museum of Latin American Art, Long beach; The Mexican Museum, San Francisco; Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, Aguascalientes, Mexico; and Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires, Argentina; among others.
Tatiana Parcero’s work will be included in Revolution & Ritual, an exhibition curated by Mary MacNaughton for Scripps’ contribution to the 2017 Getty Initiative Pacific Standard Time.
David Hilliard: Regarding Others
Exhibition Dates: November 3- December 30, 2017
Opening Reception: November 3rd, 5 - 7:30pm
For over twenty years David Hilliard has masterfully created photographic narratives, often exploring themes of familial relationships and identity, through a panoramic approach. In Regarding Others, selections from Hilliard’s career aim to bridge themes of youth, beauty, rites of passage, longing and aging that often saturate his evocative compositions. Hilliard references intimate moments often drawn from his personal life while simultaneously and skillfully allowing the work to remain universally understood.
Kilimanjaro: The Last Glacier by Ian van Coller: May 5 - July 1, 2017
Anonymous Women by Patty Carroll: March 3 - April 29, 2017
Schneider Gallery Winter Showcase: January 6 - February 25, 2017
Juan Jose Barboza-Bubo & Andrew Mroczek: Virgens de la Puerta: November 4 - December 30th, 2016
Laura Stevens: Another November: September 2nd - October 29th, 2016
Schneider's Summer Showcase: August 5th - 30th, 2016
Reconstructing The Portrait: K.K. DePaul and Liz Steketee: June 3rd - July 30th 2016
Frances F. Denny: Let Virtue Be Your Guide: April 1st - May 31st 2016
The Image Underneath: Mel Keiser,Krista Wortendyke,Diane Meyer:January 29th-March 29th 2016
Lynn Saville: Dark City : October 2nd-November 28th 2015
Melissa Ann Pinney: A Selection Of Images From the Series Two: September 5th-29th 2015
Mathew Bender: Tracing Like Fingers : June 4th - August 31st 2015
Justin Nolan: Stages of Persuasion : June 4th - August 31st 2015
Schneider Gallery's Showcase: A selection of artwork from our Artists:April 9th-June 3rd 2015
A group exhibition of gallery Artists : February 6th - April 7th 2015