Un/Familiar Territory

Enrique Chagoya, 
When Paradise Arrived, 1989, Charcoal & pastel on paper, 
80 x 80 inches, 
Collection Di Rosa Foundation. 

Dinh Q Lê, Untitled (Persistence of Memory #11), 2000-2001, 
C-print and linen on tape, 
Collection of Eileen Harris Norton, Santa Monica 

Arnold J. Kemp, 
Untitled, from the series Played Twice, 2001, 
Type c-print mounted on aluminum and framed, 
30 x 36 inches 

Juan Carlos Quintana, 
Promised Land, 2001, 
oil on canvas, 66 x 126 inches, 
Collection of Ann Sutherlin, New Orleans, LA 

Cia Foreman, Warsaw from the series Forgotten Ancestors: Shadows and Memories, 
1999 (printed 2003), 
pigmented ink on paper 

Saturday, April 12, 2003Wednesday, July 23, 2003
Un/Familiar Territory addressed the interface of cultural place and personal identity through a wide range of viewpoints and media as explored by ten artists: Ruth Boerefijn, Enrique Chagoya, Albert Chong, Allan deSouza, Cia Foreman, Arnold J. Kemp, Bari Kumar, Dinh Q. Lê, Juan Carlos Quintana, and Consuelo Jiménez Underwood.