*CONSTRUCTED. OPENING THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1ST, 2018. SAATCHI ART, 1655 26TH ST, SANTA MONICA, CA 90404.
*IT'S A COLORFUL WORLD, SHOW AT DENVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. DECEMBER 2017- MARCH 2018.
*PRESENTING NEW POEMES at THE OTHER ART FAIR - BROOKLYN. NOVEMBER 9-12 , 2017 AT BROOKLYN EXPO CENTER. BOOTH 85
POEMES LVIII and POEMES LIX. Mixed media on canvas. 48x48".
*NEW WORKS AT BOSTON ART INC.
*NEW WORKS ON PAPER AND CANVAS AVAILABLE AT MERRITT GALLERY - BALTIMORE
*COMMISSION WORK FOR A SAN FRANCISCO CLIENT. CITIES, SAN FRANCISCO I. MIXED MEDIA ON CANVAS: ACRYLIC, PIGMENT, CHARCOAL, CRAYON, MOLDING PASTE. 48x48"
*NEW POEMES. POEMES LIV. 2 PANELS 34X45"
*DRIP N DRY Opening March 2nd 2017 at SLATE ART - Oakland, CA
*Los Angeles Art Association & the City of West Hollywood are proud to announce OUT THERE, a very special exhibition celebrating the LGBT experience during West Hollywood's Pride Month festivities. In its 9th year, OUT THERE is a key feature of Pride weekend, an annual event that attracts nearly half a million visitors to West Hollywood. Out There was juried by William Escalera and Francisco George and opens at GALLERY 825 on Friday, June 10 and runs through June 17, 2016.
When: Reception - Friday, June 10 2016, 6 to 9p.
Where: Gallery 825, 825 N. La Cienega Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90069.
POEMES XXXVII at "OUT THERE" - 825 GALLERY
*WORKING ON NEW CITIES. FIRST ONE: CITIES - CHICAGO I. MIXED MEDIA ON CANVAS:
ACRYLIC, PIGMENT, MOLDING PASTE, CHARCOAL, CRAYON. 48"X60"
*DECEMBER 19TH 2015, OPENING "LOVE IN COLOR" AT ART PROJECT PAIA - MAUI - HAWAII
*NOVEMBER 13TH 2015, OPENING "SHAPING MEMORY" AT MATTHEW RACHMAN GALLERY - CHICAGO.
*WORKING ON NEW SERIES: ODDMENS
*NEW WORK FOR MORGAN STANLEY SAN FRANCISCO:
THE PRIVILEGE OF THINKING ABOUT YOUR 4 DIMENSIONS
*FOUR NEW WORKS AT PER SE ART GALLERY NY.
*Feautured in Todd Reed Newsletter May 2015
*Participating in UNICEF NEXT GEN ART PARTY. FEBRUARY SATURDAY 28TH 5 TO 9 PM.
*PRESENTING 7 NEW WORKS. GROUP SHOW SAMPLED AT OFF RAMP GALLERY IN PASADENA. FEBRUARY 22ND MARCH 22ND 2015. MELANIE CICCONE, RAUL DE LA TORRE, CLIFFORD EVERLY, SUSAN FELDMAN, NICHOLETTE KOMINOS, MEG MADISON, THINH NGUYEN, ECHIKO OHIRA, ANDREW K. THOMPSON, JOAN WEINZETTLE. CURATED BY ANITA BUNN.
*FIVE NEW POEMES TRAVELING SOON TO AUSTRALIA.
*LA ART SHOW WITH ARTSPACE WAREHOUSE
*RED DOT ART FAIR- MIAMI WITH ARTSPACE WAREHOUSE
*PETROSSIAN WEST HOLLYWOOD HOLIDAY PARTY. DECEMBER 14TH 6-8PM.
*SOLO SHOW AT MICHAEL WARREN CONTEMPORARY- DENVER. OPENING OCTOBER 14TH.
*FREE FORMS GROUP SHOW. LIVESTYLE DESIGN STUDIO AND FRESH PAINT.
OPENING SATURDAY JULY 12TH, 6 TO 9 PM.
*TRANSFORMING BOUNDARIES SHOW ATE ARTSPACE WAREHOUSE. WORKS BY STEVEN M. O'CONNOR, DEBORAH LYNN IRMAS, DAVID JANG AND RAUL DE LA TORRE.
OPENING RECEPTION SATURDAY JUNE 14TH 5:30-8:30.
*SUMMER SOLSTICE GROUP SHOW AT FRESH PAINT, CULVER CITY. OPENING RECEPTION SATURDAY JUNE 21ST.
*OUT THERE: I DO, AT 825 GALLERY
Los Angeles Art Association & the City of West Hollywood are proud to announce the 7th annual Out There art exhibition:Out There: I Do, a very special exhibit celebrating marriage equality during West Hollywood's Pride Month festivities.
Out There: I Do is juried by noted collectors Francisco George and William Escalera and celebrates and acknowledges the special opportunities that West Hollywood provides for creative individuals.
Francisco Alarcon, Robyn Alatorre, Susan Amorde, Rosana Aziernicki, Deborah Baca, Kelly Berg, Shoghi Castel de Oro, Michael Chearney, Chuka Susan Chesney, Karen Clark, Karen Coburn, Mara Colecchia, Nicholas Coroneos, Justin Davis, Raul de la Torre , Lynne Deutch, Jennifer Dozier, Gabor Ekecs, Dawn Marie Forsyth, Jeanie Frias, Steven Fujimoto, Barrie Goshko, Robert Grad, Brandon Hudson, Paula Izydorek, Cindy Jackson, Steve Jakobsen, Scott Davis Jones,Zhanna Kaplunova, George Kiapos, Shana Mabari, Krista Marlene, Brooke Mason, Daniele Matalon, Arlene Mead, Susan Melly, Johnny Naked, Johnny Nicoloro, Billy Pacak, Osceola Refetoff, Launa D. Romoff, Dennis Ruble, Kathy B. Shapiro, Kelly Jo Shows, Carl Shubs, Damian Siqueiros, Maxine Smith, Karin Swildens, Jane Szabo, Phil Tarley, Reisig and Taylor, Annie Terrazzo, Vincent Tomczyk, Tim Townsley
Irwin Deutch | Laura S. Maslon
The City of West Hollywood
June 6 to 13, 2014
Friday, June 6, 5p to 9p
825 N. La Cienega Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90069
*Presenting new works at MICHAEL WARREN CONTEMPORARY (DENVER)
*Participating on the Silent Auction/Fundraising for the Whole Planet Foundation.
*Interview with Textile Artist: http://www.textileartist.org/raul-de-la-torre-interview/
*The work, THREE LETTERS, THREE WORDS, THREE POEMS DESIGN MY LIFE, has been featured on TIME OUT BARCELONA (January 2014).
*"POEMS AND AFFIRMATIONS" AT FRESH PAINT ART GALLERY.
FEATURING JOHN RANDALL NELSON AND RAUL DE LA TORRE.
OPENING RECEPTION SATURDAY NOVEMBER 2nd FROM 6 TO 8 PM.
PREVIEW FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1ST FROM 1 TO 6 PM
5835 Washington Blvd, Culver City 90232
*LANGEWEILLE - MICHAEL HAYDEN, RAUL DE LA TORRE, SANDRA LOW, CAMILLA BAREISS. CURATED BY NIKE SCHROEDER. AUGUST 10TH 2013, 7 TO 9 PM AT SNP GALLERY, ATWATER VILLAGE, LOS ANGELES.
*GEFLÜSTER - 2013 July Kamikaze Exhibits - POST, Downtown Los Angeles, July 6th 2013, 7-9 pm.
*Los Angeles Art Association (LAAA) and the City of West Hollywood are proud to announce the sixth annual Out There exhibition celebrating the LGBT experience during West Hollywood's Pride Month festivities. This effort commemorates West Hollywood's lasting commitment to raising public awareness and appreciation of the talents and abilities of all artists.
The Out There exhibition opening at Gallery 825 on June 7 is an all-media exhibition juried by noted collectors Francisco George and William Escalera.
O...ut There celebrates and acknowledges the special opportunities that West Hollywood provides for creative individuals.
Out There is made possible by the City of West Hollywood Arts Grant Program and the Arts and Cultural Affairs Commission. Out There runs June 7-14 at Gallery 825 (with special Sunday hours on June 9 after the Pride Parade).
Featured Artists: AMEN, James Bently, Kelly Berg, Douglas C. Bloom, Erin Bobo, Nicholas Bonamy, Jarred Cairns, Miri Chais, Michael Chearney, Ching Ching Cheng, Richard Chow, Katie Collins, Nicholas Coroneos, Raul de La Torre, Lore Eckelberry, Gabor Ekecs, Bryan Trent Fair, Natalie Marie Franco, Tina Frugoli, Chie Fujii, Steven Fujimoto, Kimberly Gibson, Lushe Hunanyan, Paula Izydorek, Cindy Jackson, Carla Jerome, Motoko Kamada, Colleen M. Kelly, Isabella Kelly-Ramirez, June Kim, Linda Kunik, Campbell Laird, Echo Lew, John Luckett, Steve Moses, Michael Ochinero, Billy Pacak, Osceola Refetoff, Launa D. Romoff, Ann Marie Rousseau, Larisa Safaryan, Andrea Schoening, Maxine Smith, Lisa C. Soto, Charles Starr, Phil Tarley, Elizabeth Tobias, Vincent Tomczyk, Ariel Vargassal, Frank Ventrola, Hung Viet Nguyen, Joel Woodard, Elyse Wyman, Chie Yamayoshi and Ivory Yeunmi Lee.
*Represented by Craighead Green Gallery in Dallas-Texas.
*Taking part in the International Project ARTIST'S SHUFFLE with 100 artist from around the world.
*ARTIST TALK AT GALLERY Y - MARCH 2nd, 2013.
Collaboration of Circles & Lines artists: Barbara Kolo, David B Jang and Raul de la Torre.
*MODERNISM Group show - Artist's Reception - February 17, 2013 at
New works by Raul de la Torre, Nathan Forrest Stinson, Annette Pajaanen and E. Van Horn.
*The Opening at Gallery Y - Los Angeles was last Saturday January 12th 2013.
3500 W. 6th St., #304 Los Angeles, Ca. 90010
Contact: Myung Deering, 213-788-3341, 310-804-7667
Collaboration of Circles & Lines
January 12, 2013 – February 15, 2013 ...
Opening Reception: Saturday, January 12, 2013, 5-7 p.m.
Gallery Y is pleased to present the first show of the New Year, Collaboration of Circles & Lines with three prominent local artists, David Jang, Barbara Kolo and Raul de La Torre.
Inspired by movements of circles and lines offered in nature and the surrounding environment, they transform those images by using their own textures and techniques. Each artist explores his/her abstract ideas on color, light and material with circles and lines.
David B Jang graduated from the College of Visual Arts, St. Paul, Min. His work utilizes materials and object-making to articulate the countervailing forces inherent in the everyday life. His technique can be described as an exacting, fanciful, or even obsessive re-creation of common materials. He deconstructs, re-programs and re-constitutes industrial and commercial cast-offs to reveal new relationships between the object and the viewer.
Barbara Kolo was born and educated in New York. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from SVA. She moved to Paris, France in 2000 and worked in La Bastille, which allowed her to participate in “Genie de la Bastille,” which is a similar to the Venice Art Walk in California. Her paintings were part of group exhibitions in France including one at the Palais des Art in Marseilles. Barbara’s paintings are abstractions of nature. She is influenced by colors, light and movement through dots and drips of paint that form her images.
Raul de La Torre was born in Barcelona, Catalunya and attended the Massana Art School. His art have been shown in galleries of Europe and United States. His works in the last four years cover numerous themes by different materials, textures and techniques. Through these experimentations, he has pursued his portrayal of different aspects he encountered in different locations. He recognizes the unique aspects of different urban life styles and social existence and to mold those unique urban chaos in reduced physical spaces of his own.
*ARTSPACE WAREHOUSE - Artist Talk and reception, Saturday, June 16th 4-6 pm
Raul de la Torre and Hilary Bond. ArtTalk 5pm
LACMA MUSE ARTWALK
SATURDAY JUNE 16th, 12-8pm
Special opening hours at Artspace Warehouse 11 am-7pm
7354 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles 90036
*Los Angeles Art Association (LAAA) and the City of West Hollywood are proud to announce the fifth annual Out There exhibition celebrating the LGBT experience during West Hollywood's Pride Month festivities. This effort commemorates West Hollywood's lasting commitment to raising public awareness and appreciation of the talents and abilities of all artists.
The Out There exhibition, opening at Gallery 825 on June 8, is an all-media exhibition that celebrates and acknowledges the special opportunities that West Hollywood provides for creative individuals. Out There is made possible by the City of West Hollywood.
Jurors: Francisco George and William Escalera
Ruben Acosta, Gary Frederick Brown, J.T. Burke, Jarred Cairns, Ellen Cantor, Joanne Chase-Mattillo, Michael Chearney, Nicholas Coroneos, Yu Cotton-Well, Adrienne Davis, Jolly de Guzman, Jose L. De Juan, Raul De La Torre, Wanda Decca, Jack Dorlan, Lore Eckelberry, Hadiya Finley, Helane Freeman, Dwora Fried, Norbert Garcia, Michael Giliberti, Teale Hatheway, Eileen Hespen, Kirk Kain, Motoko Kamada, Jim Keville, Linda Kunik, Teresa Lakier, Echo Lew, Gray Malin, Mary Grace McKernan, Daniel Monteavaro, Andy Moses, Marin Murakoshi, Michael Ochinero, Mei Xian Qiu, Burton Rein, Rachael Rendon, Karrie Ross, Dennis Ruble, Linda Jo Russell, Susan Sanchez, Heather Scholl, Cory Sewelson, Sharron Shayne, Rena Small, Ashleigh Sumner, Hui Tan, Phil Tarley, Joseph Terrill, Vincent Tomczyk, Tim Townsley, Ariel Vargassal, Frank Ventrola, Cathy Weiss, Davyd Whaley, Karen Frimkess Wolff and Joan Wulf.
*ARTSPACE WAREHOUSE - LAYERED WORKS - June 2 - July 31, 2012
The artists' works on display in this nicely balanced, cohesive exhibition embrace the layering of images and materials in artworks. The exhibition foc...uses on the complexity and synthesis of layered works by artists: