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Past Exhibitions

2009
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The Armory’s 20th anniversary exhibition, Installations Inside/Out, was a celebration of the Armory Gallery’s long-standing goal of supporting contemporary Southern California artists, as well as the Gallery’s determination to bring art to the public in outdoor, nontraditional locations.

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Armory Center for the Arts and One Colorado are pleased to present Jennifer Vanderpool as the first Artist-in-Residence in an innovative program that unites commerce and culture at One Colorado.

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Internationally celebrated artist Daniel Buren returns to Pasadena with a large-scale site-specific artwork in the One Colorado Courtyard.

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City of Pasadena Adaptive Recreation sponsors an exhibition featuring the work of adults with disabilities who participate in a weekly art program, held each Wednesday evening at Victory Park.

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The exhibition consists of new work by ten of Los Angeles’ emerging artists, all Southern California art school MFA graduates of the last five years: Dan Bayles, Spencer Douglass, John Knuth, Julie Lequin, Julie Orser, Marco Rios, Amy Robinson, Christopher Russell, Kelly Sears, and Bari Ziperstein. The exhibition is organized by David Burns, a member of the artist collective Fallen Fruit and the former Assistant Curator at the Armory.

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This solo exhibition presents works by artist Michael Markowsky, including new paintings, drawings, and video by this Pasadena artist.

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Echoing both Raymond Pettibon’s Weatherman ’69 (1989-1990) and Yoshua Okon’s Lago Bolsena (2004) and Bocanegra (2005-7), this video installation, a collaboration between the two artists, explores the subculture of old hippies and beach bums from Venice Beach.

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Interactions is a group exhibition of nine diverse emerging artists who were selected for the Armory’s Teaching Artist Fellowship program.

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Members of the Pasadena Art Alliance, an independent charitable group that supports contemporary art throughout Southern California, recently commissioned 30 Photography and Imaging students at Art Center to conceptualize and photograph portraits in their own creative style.

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he origins of employing cutting to create art date back to Ancient China, and evolved into popular techniques over the centuries and around the world.

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