Honeymoon: Kristin Calabrese and Joshua Aster - Exhibition Views
Kristin Calabrese; Joshua Aster;
Honeymoon is a harmonious marriage of opposites featuring paintings by newlyweds Kristin Calabrese and Joshua Aster, two internationally recognized, Los Angeles-based contemporary artists. Calabrese says “I think of my paintings as angry, funny, truth-telling, painful, and also like fake sculpture. Josh, in his paintings, is always trying to find a way to get from one side of the canvas to another.” This exhibition celebrates a passionate fusion of two diverse artistic minds: Aster’s works explore formal abstraction while Calabrese creates paintings that are illusionistic and inspired by her immediate surroundings. Exhibition held in the Street Gallery Space.
nonrepresentational art, representation, contrast, Abstract works, marriage
SLCC Student Newspapers 2008-01-10
The Globe, January 10, 2008, Vol. 16, Issue 2.
Police raids, Police surveillance, Marines (Military personnel), Courts martial & courts of inquiry, Abortions, Fathers & children, Universities & colleges, costs, Bombers, Military officers, Presidents, AIDS (Disease), Gays, Motion pictures, Football, 2008, marriage
SLCC Student Newspapers 2008-06-18
The Globe, June 18, 2008, Vol. 17, Issue 6.
Massage, Art festivals, Chalk drawings, Thayne Center for Service & Learning, Community service, Political elections, Theatrical productions, Supreme Court decisions, Gays, 2008, marriage