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LA Artcore at Union Center for the Arts
LOS ANGELES, CA (July, 2013) - LA Artcore is pleased to present a three-person show with Los Angeles artists Mark Strickland, Susan Diaz Rivera and Tak Matsumoto.
August 1 – 30TH, 2013
Opening Reception – Sunday August 4th, 3pm – 5pm
Special Lecture with Gregorio Luke - Saturday, August 24th
"Upon the theme of humanity in crisis, Mark Strickland has been painting the human form for over 30 years acknowledging the enduring spirit of perseverance despite extreme circumstances stemming from myriad humanitarian pitfalls. Strickland's monumental forms with their exaggerated limbs, hands, feet, and facial expressions against textural, color-blocked backgrounds echo the realities of the hazards losing one's context. Yet, Strickland believes that the problem of humanity's collective struggle is everybody's and that it is a shared one. His involvement within artistic productions around the world attest to his personal interest of understanding people of different cultures than his own more deeply, having been involved in numerous multi-disciplinary projects in Los Angeles, France, Rome and Germany. Strickland is a professor of art at Art Center College of Art and Design and will be presenting a monumentally scaled painting entitled, "
A lecture by Gregorio Luke will be held in the East West Players theatre August 24th, called " Plight of the 12,000,000 Immigrants", finishing with commentary on Mark Strickland's painting ($10 suggested donation).