Arcade Projects features an interview with Rebecca Chamberlain by M.C.Stevens

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Rebecca Chamberlain in her studio. Image courtesy: Anna Schori 

Rebecca Chamberlain in her studio. Image courtesy: Anna Schori 

HOMATORIUM III Lost Horizon
Interview with Rebecca Chamberlain
by MC Stevens

On a recent visit to Los Angeles, I had the opportunity to attend the opening reception for Rebecca Chamberlain’s exhibition: HOMATORIUM III Lost Horizon at Charlie James Gallery in Chinatown. The cool palette and empty spaces depicted in the paintings offered visual relief and a sense of calm to combat the feeling that I could spontaneously combust, at any moment, during a triple-digit heat wave. Upon my return to the east coast, I had the opportunity to sit down with the New York-based artist and discuss her work.

Read the full interview online at arcade project here

Homatorium / On Going Home - Artist/ Curator Panel Discussion, October 7th, 2017 - 4:30pm

VDL Lakeview Then/Now, Lithography Ink on fabric wrapped boards, Diptych, 12 x 25 inches, 2016

VDL Lakeview Then/Now, Lithography Ink on fabric wrapped boards, Diptych, 12 x 25 inches, 2016

 

 On Saturday, October 7, Charlie James Gallery will host a discussion and walkthrough with artist Rebecca Chamberlain of her show HOMATORIUM III Lost Horizon, and the artists and curator of the group exhibition, On Going Home. Inspired by the dialogue between the two exhibitions, this discussion brings together a group of multicultural artists who will discuss various aspects of ‘home’, including: the micro/macro relationship of home and its relationship to place, structures of safety, ways of framing identity, and notions of idealism. 

The discussion will be followed by a reception from 6-9pm. The shows will remain on view at the gallery through October 14. 

Discussion participants: Tanya Aguiñiga, Carmen Argote, Shagha Ariannia, Rebecca Chamberlain, Regina Mamou, Alexis Zoto, Moderated by Debra Scacco 

On Going Home is part of the Participating Gallery Program of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA 2017. 

Charlie James Gallery, 969 Chung King Road, Los Angeles, CA 90012