Pick up your free copy of the exhibition essay "Let the Games Begin" by Stephanie Sabo written to accompany my solo exhibition "love is an action word" at the Duke Gallery at Azusa Pacific Gallery.
The gallery is open Monday through Friday from 10am to 5pm.
The gallery is located at 701 E Foothill Blvd, Azusa, CA 91702.
September 4th to September 28th, 2018.
Check out this spread of my work in the exhibition catalogue for Earthly Delights, curated by Carol Shaw Sutton! Copies of the catalogue will be available for purchase at the gallery during the run of the exhibition.
love is an action word
a solo exhibition of work by Tina Linville
at the Duke Gallery, Azusa Pacific University
Exhibition runs September 4 – 28, 2018
Duke Art Gallery
701 E. Foothill Blvd.
Azusa, CA 91702
Gallery hours are Monday through Friday from 10am to 5pm.
Los Angeles has hosted the Olympic Games twice in the past, in 1932 and 1984, and is gearing up to host again in the summer of 2028. Every time a large international competition takes over the news cycle, conversations about the nature of competition, international relations, and even social structures are opened. Tina Linville’s work opens a path to engage in similar discussions, but from a very different vantage point. Instead of thinking about the use-value of peaceful competition as a means to a diplomatic end, Linville’s work engages in an exploration of one of homo sapiens’ most essential attributes—humanity as engaged in creative play. From her elaborately constructed textile pieces resembling catchers’ jerseys, to first-place ribbons, to a scoreboard, she uses sport as a reference point. Rather than attempt to stick a flawless landing à la Gabby Douglas, though, Linville revels in the unruly and unpredictable nature of play.
- Excerpt from the exhibition essay, “Let the Games Begin” by Stephanie Sabo
curated by Carol Shaw Sutton
September 1, 2018 - October 27, 2018
Opening Reception // September 1st from 4-6pm
The Blackboard Gallery at Studio Channel Islands is located 2222 E. Ventura Blvd, Camarillo, CA
This group of artists was chosen because of the sensuously crafted nature of their work, combined with their deep concerns for the future of humanity and the health of our planet. Media ranges from painting, sculptural installations, photography, ceramics, printmaking, woodworking, ceramic sculpture and fiber.
The title was borrowed from 15th Century Dutch painter Hieronymus Bosch’s iconic painting “The Garden of Earthly Delights” in which he surrealistically depicts man’s desires and human foibles while leading the viewer to some rather severe consequences of their actions. At that particular time in European history people were simultaneously excited, shocked and dismayed by discoveries of exotic flora, fauna and cultural practices found during global exploration and intervention. Their world was swiftly changing creating intense anxiety with its concurrent longing for certainty and control. This void was quickly filled by Church dogma, economic domination and expanded military ventures.
During our current moment in history we are bombarded with mind bending discoveries from the outer reaches of the universe, to the almost complete global expansion of commerce that is simultaneously annihilating traditions and environments, technology’s rule of our lives, and like before, even though perhaps more intensely, these are challenging the core of human nature and are playing out at in ever more critical ways. Each artist included here, addresses views of paradise, sensuality and/or consequence of our actions. The work is also connected by the common thread of creation and destruction, as is the reoccurring theme of nature.
Includes work by the following artists:
Carrie Burkle, Jasmine Delgado, Yvette Gellis, Nancy Goodman Lawrence, Kiel Johnson, Sandra Klein, Tina Linville, Janet Neuwalder, Wendy Osher, Victoria Pearson, Fred Rose, Roxanne Sexauer, Jamie Sweetman, and Marie Thibeault
(The image above is a painting by Yvette Gellis.)
See-Saw, the work of Dan Callis and Tina Linville
June 14, 2018 - July 26, 2018
at Golden West College Art Gallery
gallery hours: Thursday - Saturday, 10am to 2pm
Dan Callis and Tina Linville have very different practices in mediums and histories. However, there are intriguing similarities in strategies, motivations, and concepts. The works are objects that archive conversations between process and material, structure and concept while exploring themes of representation and transformation.
fun on the floor @ Soft Core LA
Curated By: Alexis Hyde & Megan St Clair
Saturday April 7th, 6-9pm
Fun on the floor is figurative and physical.
We mean figurative as metaphorical, not figurative as in figures, although there will be figures, but most pieces of arts will be figure-less. In an effort to be fully transparent you should also know that fun on the floor isn't just metaphorical, it's also literal. There’s a lot going on--on the floor (but it’s fun).
Soft.core.la, the artists, the guests, if we do our job properly, will be having fun, and there will be a floor present, that hopefully we will all be standing/sitting/dancing/strolling/posing on.
There will also be some art on said floor, which is at 428 Hewitt St, which is fun.
We have found, and hope you find as well, that it is fun to put art on the floor.
There will also be, fun art on the walls, but fun on the walls is a bit unwieldy. These are artists who have fun within their practice, expect unexpected, new perspectives, and free beer.
The Earl & Virginia Green Art Gallery at Biola University is proud to present the exhibition "FACULTY MEETING". This exhibition features recent works by the faculty of the Biola University Art Department.
Featuring artwork by both full-time and adjunct faculty members: Luke Aleckson, Dan Callis, Kari Dunham, Laura Goble, Seth Johnson, Tina Linville, Joe Lloyd, Jonathan Puls, Jeff Rau, Erica Ryan-Stallones, Kurt Simonson, Astri Swendsrud, Hannah Varamini.
The exhibition will be on view November 7 - 22, 2017.
Event details linked here.
Trapper Keeper was reviewed in Art and Cake! Check out the full text online, linked here.
Trapper Keeper is a group exhibition featuring work by Tina Linville, Annelie McKenzie, Dakota Noot, and Don Porcella, four artists whose works display fresh takes on contemporary figuration. While varied in their explorations, these artists share connection through their vibrant use of color, energy and humor; creating a fantastical world rich with hearts, stars, and a myriad of characters and creatures. Wielding kitsch like a glorious weapon, these artists elevate every day materials like pipe cleaners, glitter, rhinestones, stickers and beads to the realm of fine art. These pieces, unencumbered by any ties to pragmatic realism, allow humans, animals, aliens and hybrid forms to co-exist in a space, resulting in an environment that is at once florid, energetic, and joyously bizarre.
Curated by Class Projects LA
Eastside International / ESXLA
602 Moulton Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90031
Opening reception: Saturday, August 19th, 2017, 7-10 PM
Gallery hours: Sat and Sun 1-5 PM
Exhibition runs August 19th to Sept 2nd, 2017
I'm excited to have a sculpture included in "Diverge/Convene: Contemporary Mixed Media” at the San Diego Art Institute from April 1, 2017 through May 15.
The group exhibition “Diverge/Convene: Contemporary Mixed Media” highlights artists of all media working in the liminal spaces not easily defined by traditional collage or assemblage work. The artists in “Diverge/Convene” have all developed and share an understanding of contemporary collage as a medium and a genre, employing disparate elements through the use of materials and/or content. This exhibition celebrates artists both locally and nationally that are not only working in traditional 2D/3D mediums, but also in sound sculpture, video, photography, installation, and alternative processes. The exhibition is organized by Ginger Shulick Porcella, Exeuctive Director of SDAI, and Kate McNamara, Director of Galleries and Exhibitions for the Ben Maltz Gallery at Otis College of Art and Design.
Selected artists include: Wick Alexander, Elise Amour, Sean Capone, William Crump, Patrick Dintino, Aaron Garretson, Tara de la Garza, Marina Grize, Ivy Guild, Greg Haberny, Jodi Hays, John Brinton Hogan, Alan F. Jones & Lissa Corona, Robin Kang, Davin Kyle Knight, Angele Lebert, Tina Linville, Elena Lomakin, Jessica McCambly, Bhavna Mehta, Carmelo Midili, Joshua Moreno, Margaret Noble, Edwin Nutting, Brianna Ortega, Sara Parent-Ramos, Scott Polach, Ryder Richards, Gwen Samuels, Ali Silverstein, Josh Slater, Eva Struble, David Willburn, Ricardo Yanofsky.
The exhibition is on view from March 4th to April 15th, 2017.
Jason Vass is located at 1452 E 6th St, Los Angeles, CA 90021.
The gallery is open Tuesday to Saturday, 11am to 6pm.
The Forêt Intérieure/Interior Forest Catalog is here!!
Check out my collaborative "Visiting Tree" sculptures made with Annelie McKenzie as a part of the multi faceted Forêt Intérieure/Interior Forest project created by Los Angeles artist Alexandra Grant in collaboration with writer Helene Cixous, documented in the exhibition catalogue.
Annelie & I were able to participate in this important project in 2013 and created works for both the Los Angeles and Paris sites of the project, both included in the catalogue.
The Forêt Intérieure/Interior Forest catalog is available at Arcana books: www.arcanabooks.com
The exhibition Post Waste at South Bay Contemporary, curated by Tracey Weiss, was reviewed in Art & Cake. Read the review here.
Elastic Fringe was reviewed in El Vaquero. Read it here.
Elastic Fringe, my solo evolving sculpture project at The Gallery at Glendale Community College is on view from July 11th to September 23rd, 2016.
As part of my summer Artist-In-Residence at the gallery, the exhibition will be open as it is being created with limited hours over the summer and the normal gallery hours resume at the start of the Fall semester.
The show's closing reception will be held Saturday September 17th, from 4-6pm.
The Gallery at Glendale Community College
1500 North Verdugo Road
Glendale, CA 91208
Post Waste is an exhibition of sustainable art curated by Tracey Weiss at South Bay Contemporary.
It features work by: Dosshaus, Dawn Ertl, Mitra Fabian, Tina Linville, Cynthia Minet, Lena Wolek and Tracey Weiss.
The exhibition runs from September 1st to October 1st, 2016.
South Bay Contemporary at the LOFT
401 South Mesa St, third floor
San Pedro, CA 90731
Thread is a textile themed exhibition at El Camino College Art Gallery.
The show features work by: Edith Abeyta, Susan Connel, Raoul De la Sota, Dawn Ertl, Kiyomi Fukui, Betsy Lohrer Hall, Chuck Hohng, Peter Liashkov, Tina Linville, Victoria May, Laurel Paley, Lorenzo Hurtado Segovia, Marianne Sadowski, Lisa Soloman, Ruth Katzenstein Souza
The exhibition runs from August 29th to September 22, 2016.
The opening reception is on September 8th, from 7-9pm.
El Camino College Art Gallery
16007 Crenshaw Blvd.
Torrance, CA 90506
Join me for a workshop as part of Craft Club to transform everyday materials turning them into mini sculptures with a twist, inspired by artwork by Alejandro Otero featured in MOLAA at Twenty at the Museum of Latin American Art.
Friday, June 24th from 7 to 8:30pm
Museum of Latin American Art
628 Alamitos Ave
Long Beach, CA 90802