Sinisa Kukec: And Yet Another Wayward Landscape
Sept. 11, 2010 – Jan. 9, 2011
Opening Reception: Fri., Sept. 10, 6-9 pm
Live musical performance at the opening reception by Richard Vergez.
Including undulating biomorphic forms made of porcelain or plaster, Sinisa Kukec’s exhibition features sculptures growing from found objects, the walls, floor, or ceiling, some of almost monolithic scale and others of undersized dimensions, frequently conflicting with the historically scripted media of sculpture, craft, and design. Kukec says, “My artwork creates and inhabits a sad and beautiful space of interpretation, that at one moment encourages conscious critical dialogue and at another draws on its own subconscious, intuitive logic.”
Conversation with the artist moderated by arts writer Anne Tschida
Wed., Oct. 20, 2010, 6-8 pm
Join us as Arts Writer Anne Tschida moderates a discussion with artists Sinisa Kukec and Stephan Tugrul. The artists will give audience members insight on the works in their respective exhibitions now showing at the Art and Culture Center of Hollywood. Audience participation is encouraged.
Cost: free members, $10 non-members. Full bar (donation) and light refreshments will be served.
Image: Sinisa Kukec, Sorry… I am a stranger here myself… (detail), 2010, Foam, epoxy, paint, graphite, and cardboard, 14 × 12 × 18 in., Courtesy of the artist.