June 4, 2021

Exhibitions: California College of the Arts Graduate Fine Arts Class of 2021

Art & Education

Consuelo Tupper Hernandez, Foreign Neighbor, 2021. Handmade hardcover accordion book, 13 x 6 inches. Photo: Consuelo Tupper Hernandez.

Ebtihal Shedid, We didn’t part but we will never meet again - Part II, 2021. Archival pigment print.

Lisha Peng, Aesthetic Lost, 2021. Ceramics and PVC.

Ann Li, Ouroboros I ("Bù Yán is my middle name, but as I lay my yellow head on the cutting board I am delirious against the silence”), 2020. Digital collage, photograph, and Instagram performance. 12 x 12 inches. Photo: Ann Li.

Ying Gu, Craving, 2020. Digital photography and typewritten print, dimensions variable.

Wendy Liang, 2020 - The Year of Crises and Trauma, 2021. Watercolor on paper, 72 x 156 inches. Photo: Wendy Liang.

Mia (Minyue) Zhou, Moult, 2021. Silicone, cosmetics, and pearls.

Zhuojun Chen, 1/3 <Series Mushrooms>, 2020. Used audio equipment, clay, and silicone, 9 x 6 x 8 inches. Photo: Zhuojun Chen.

Art & Education presents the California College of the Arts Graduate Fine Arts Class of 2021 on Exhibitions.

California College of the Arts Graduate Fine Arts Class of 2021
The graduate program in Fine Arts at California College of the Arts celebrates its 2021 MFA degree candidates with a specially commissioned website. Showcasing the work of a cohort of emerging artists working across disciplines, the site has been conceived as a capstone celebration of two years of graduate work as well as an evolving response to the current moment of pandemic and its effects on artistic practice.

Organized by Glen Helfand, Kim Nguyen, and Marina Pugliese. Website design by Micah Barrett.

Participating artists: Leonardo Barrera, Zhuojun Chen, Zoey Duan, Ying Gu, Liz Hafey, Julian Harris, Zihan Jia, Ann Li, Wenxin Li, Wendy Liang, Elizabeth Ordway, Aliya Parashar, Lisha Peng, Ebtihal Shedid, Siana Smith, Pamela Sun, Yiqing Sun, Claire Tetenbaum, Sonya Thorne, Consuelo Tupper Hernandez, Abigale Wu, Zhongyu Yuan, Xuebei Zeng, Minyue Zhou, and Chenyu Zhu.

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Exhibitions is a venue for institutions to share images of student shows and curated programming. Exhibition galleries present an unlimited number of images alongside curatorial statements and information on the featured program and participating artists.

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