July 8, 2022

Exhibitions: CCA MFA Class of 2022 Thesis Exhibition: California College of the Arts (CCA)

Art & Education

Irene Cai, Machine#1 — Yes, they are dying, 2022. Woods, soil, plants, paper, water, and fertilizer, 60 × 60 × 10”.

Jihyeon Lim, Bird of Paradise, 2022. Colored pencil, acrylic, spray paint, oil pastel, and oil on canvas, 72 × 48”.

Danielle Cook, Forest/Teamwork/Pool Party/Real Estate, 2022. Digital photographs.

Seráb Sarabia, Psalm 51, 2022. Inkjet on white linen, 44 × 60”.

Pratyush Swarup, Untitled 1,2, 2021. Long-exposure digital and print photographs, 60 × 75”.

Niv Rajendra, Home is a Practice, 2020–22. Video, print, collaboration, and rosemary. Home is a Practice includes four videos that explore rituals of placemaking, deep listening, and land acknowledgment. Videos: The Decomposing Guava, 2021, 5 minutes 45 seconds; Besitos x Natalia Lecuona, 2021, 1 minute 39 seconds; Besitos x Carlos Medellin, 2021, 1 minutes 33 seconds; [Co-lab], 2021, 2 minute 45 seconds. Newspaper-print zines WE’ave the People, 2020 Seed, Play and Unite, 2022.

CCA MFA Class of 2022 Thesis Exhibition: California College of the Arts (CCA)

The Graduate Fine Arts Program at California College of the Arts attracts an international cohort of emerging artists to work with renowned faculty and distinguished visitors in the culturally diverse San Francisco Bay Area. The two-year MFA program is characterized by a culture of critique, studio making, and social engagement. This gallery showcases the diverse artworks made by the CCA’s MFA class of 2022, whose works were exhibited at the Wattis Institute, in March and April of this year.

Featuring Katayoun Bahrami, Gregory Blanche, Irene Cai, Zhen Cao, Danielle Cook, Gwen Dongfang, Linda Fenney, Shao-Feng Hsu, Ester Karnoski, Bryce LeFort, Jihyeon Lim, Liz Lis, Ellie Loo, Rachel Parish, Niv Rajendra, Trina Michelle Robinson, Miguel Sarabia, Yiming Si, Nicki Shockz, Pratyush Swarup, Roy Vessil, Jasmin Viducic, Wendi Wang, Corrie Wille, Steve Zhang, and Amy Zheng.

View the CCA MFA Class of 2022 Thesis Exhibition on Art & Education Exhibitions.

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