The Bolsky Gallery is primarily dedicated to student exhibitions. Undergraduate Fine Arts students curate and mount exhibitions during the fall semester, and the Graduate Fine Arts students exhibit their work in the spring. Please see the calendar for a current listing of upcoming exhibitions and events open to the public.
Hours and Location:
Bolksy Gallery, Bronya and Andy Galef Center for Fine Arts
9045 Lincoln Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90045
Hours: Tue-Fri 10am–5pm; Thu 10am-7pm; Sat–Sun 12–4pm
Fall 2014 Exhibitions
November 25-8, 2014
(NOTE: Long run date due to holiday)
Tuesday, November 25, 2014
Enneagram is a group show of work by Fine Arts seniors. Exhibting artists include Austin Mathews, David Klein, Veronica Marshall, Liliana Sanchez, So Jung Tak, Jose Zuniga, Lauren Bowering, Moshen Manzoor and Justin Wilson.
November 11-17, 2014
Tuesday, November 11, 2014
Double Positives is a group show of work by senior fine art majors. Exhibiting artists include Constance Abram, Will Bengston, Alexia Bernal, Derek Corns, Samson Day, John Hourihan, Laura Lindlief, Chelsea McCarthy, Max Miles and Angelica Sanchez.
October 28 - November 3, 2014
Tuesday, October 28, 2014
Guilty Pleasure is a group exhibition of work by senior fine art majors. Exhibiting artists include Corinne Bernard, Darienn Hesse, Derek Lugo, Glenn Araya, Jose Sanchez, Maia Lee, Natalie Rafisiman, Robert Moore, Seulki Seo, and William Blyth.
An Arranged Marriage
October 7 - 13, 2014
Tuesday, October 7, 2014
An Arranged Marriage is a group exhibition featuring the work of Fine Arts seniors Sheri Chillingworth, Andrew Chung, Cinthia Lozano, Christina Mancinas, Kate Newman, Adam Papparotto, Nicolas Ramsey, Natalia Risheq, and Sara Sheridan.
Senior Group Show
September 9 - 16, 2014
Group exhibition of work by Fine Arts seniors. Exhibiting artists include Constance Abram, Glenn Araya, Will Bengston, Alexia Bernal, Corinne Bernard, William Blyth, Laura Bowering, Sheri Chillingworth, Andrew Chung, Derek Corns, Samson Day, Darienn Hesse, John Hourihan, David Klein, Maia Lee, Laura Lindlief, Cinthia Lozano, Derek Lugo, Christina Mancinas, Mohsen Manzoor, Veronica Marshall, Austin Matthew, Chelsea McCarthy, Max Miles, Robert Moore, Kate Newman, Adam Papparotto, Natalie Rafisiman, Nicholas Ramsey, Natalia Risheq, Angelica Sanchez, Jose Sanchez, Liliana Sanchez, Seulki Seo, Sara Sheridan, Kimberly Tak, Justin Wilson and Jose Zuniga. There will be an opening reception on Tuesday, September 9, 6-8 pm.
Summer 2014 Exhibition
The Bolsky Gallery features exhibitions of student work organized solely by students during the Fall and Spring semesters. It is programmed during the summer by the curatorial staff of Ben Maltz Gallery. A highly flexible space, the gallery displays a wide variety of work, and provides a professional laboratory for students to develop installation, curatorial and event-planning skills.
June 28 - August 27, 2014
Variations of a Whole
A group exhibition of work from Otis Graduate and Undergraduate students
Opening Reception Saturday June 28, 4-6pm
With live music by The Small Steps, and a stencil workshop with Carol Zou celebrating Rosa Parks and transit-based activism
Artists in the exhibition: William Jon Bengtson (BFA Fine Arts), Alexia E. Bernal (BFA Fine Arts), Corinne Bernard (BFA Fine Arts), Derek Corns (BFA Fine Arts), Sean Cully (MFA Fine Arts), Janet E. Dandridge (MFA Fine Arts), Víctor Albarracín Llanos (MFA Public Practice), Laura Lindlief (BFA Fine Arts), Chelsea McCarthy (BFA Fine Arts), Angelica Sanchez (BFA Fine Arts), Yasmin Than (MFA Fine Arts), Rachel Wolfe (MFA Fine Arts), Carol Zou (MFA Public Practice)
Art school is a place where freedom of thought and self-expression flourish, where up-and-coming artists are given an opportunity to restructure codes and belief systems into their own culture. Variations of a Whole, curated by Otis alumna Jeseca Dawson (’12 Graduate Public Practice), combines the work of thirteen artists from both undergraduate and graduate programs in Fine Arts and Public Practice. The work is evidence of the students' exploration of ideas and materials, as well as their desire to manifest meaningful forms of self-expression. It exemplifies artists in the process of finding their own voice as they investigate identity, experimentation, social responsibility, art theory and the tension between human and natural production.
Spring 2014 Exhibitions by Graduate Fine Arts degree candidates
ELEVEN works by the Graduate Fine Arts class of 2014, May 7 - 19. Opening Reception: Friday May 9, 6-9 PM.
NESSLESSNESS work by Sweet Samson, April 27 - May 3. Opening Reception: Thursday May 1, 6-9 PM.
Tied Tides and Small Shifts work by Allison Peck, April 14 - 19. Opening Reception: Thursday April 17, 7-10 PM
work by David Del Franica, April 7 - 12. Opening Reception: Saturday April 12, 6-8 PM.
Ideal Conditions work by Amanda Katz, Thursday March 27, 6-10 PM. Poetry Reading and Reception: Saturday, March 29 6:30-8 PM
In Defense work by Andrew K. Currey, March 9 - 18, Opening Reception: Thursday March 13, 6-9 PM
a descoberta work by Marcela Gottardo, February 24 - March 6, Opening Reception: Thursday, February 27, 6-9 PM
The Art of The Portrait work by Bryan Bankston, February 13 - 22, Opening Reception: Thursday, February 20, 6-9 PM
Material work by Shiva Aliabadi, February 4 - 11, Opening Reception: Thursday, February 6, 6-9 PM
Togetherers work by Katy Cowan, January 27 - 31, Opening Reception: Thursday, January 30, 7-10 PM
Self-Titled work by Rebecca Tull Yates, January 21 - 25, Closing Reception: Saturday, January 25, 4 - 7 PM