This Is The City – UCLA Film Archive

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November 13, 2015 – 7:30 pm
 
 
Westwood
 
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Harry Gamboa Jr. delivering keynote address Forever/Never on a Smoggy Day
Photo:  Barbara Carrasco
 
Dr. Chon Noriega, Director, UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center;
Harry Gamboa Jr.
Photo:  Barbara Carrasco
 
Dr. Jan Christopher Horak, Director, UCLA Film & Television Archive;
Dr. Mark Shiel, King’s College London;
Dr. Joshua Glick, Hendrix College;
Harry Gamboa Jr.;
Dr. Jacqueline Stewart, University of Chicago;
Dr. Dan Streible, NYU,
Mark Quigley, UCLA Film & Television Archive,
Dr. Chon Noriega, Director, UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center; 
Dr. Lynn Spigel, Northwestern University.
Photo:  Barbara Carrasco
 
Harry Gamboa Jr.
Mark Quigley, UCLA Film & Television Archive
Photo:  Barbara Carrasco
 
Fred Wells;
John Cheang, Producer, NBC News; 
Barbara Carrasco; 
Daniel Centofanti
Photo:  Harry Gamboa Jr.
 
 
 
 
 

Future Tongue

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Britt Harrison | Founder | Co-Creative Director
B. Justine Jaime | Co-creative Director
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Harry Gamboa Jr.
Daniel Centofanti
Photo: Olga Cosme
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Future Tongue
Group Exhibition

Photo:  Harry Gamboa Jr
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Mike Mollett
Neal Taylor
Photo:  Harry Gamboa Jr.
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Evan Hartzell
Laura Alvarez
Mike Mollett
Harry Gamboa Jr.
Photo: Olga Cosme
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Harry Gamboa Jr.
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FUTURE TONGUE GROUP EXHIBITION
Nick Brown
Deedee Cheriel
Bri Cirel
Harry Gamboa Jr.
Kim Kei
Ernesto Yerena

Nov 7 – 11, 2015

1461 1/2 W. Sunset Blvd.
Echo Park
Los Angeles, CA 90026

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Harry Gamboa Jr.

Future Tongue
http://www.futuretongue.com/index/#/harry-gamboa-jr/

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Aztlangst 2

 
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Aztlángst 2
A fotonovela written/photographed/designed by Harry Gamboa Jr.
Performed by Virtual Vérité.
 
Aztlangst 2 satirizes contemporary capitalism, surveillance, and popular culture.
 
Definition:
Aztlángst, a feeling of deep anxiety or dread, typically an unfocused one about the human condition and/or the state of Aztlán in general…
 
Since 1972, Harry Gamboa Jr. has been actively creating works in various media that documents and interprets the contemporary urban Chicano experience.
 
He co-founded Asco (Spanish for nausea) 1972-1987, the East L.A. conceptual-performance art group.
 
In 2005, he founded Virtual Vérité, an ensemble performance troupe that is engaged to realize photo/media projects, fotonovelas, audio plays, and ephemeral actions in Los Angeles, Mexico City, Antwerpen, Paris, and other world-class cities.
 
His work has been exhibited in major museums throughout the United States, México, England, and France.
 
He is a faculty member of the Photo/Media Program at California Institute of the Arts.
 
Aztlángst 2 is available in US, UK, EU, México, Brazil, and Japan:
 
 
 
 
 

Toupee Touché

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Toupee Touché

©2015, Harry Gamboa Jr.

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performers:

Donna Brown
Christopher Velasco

Virtual Vérité

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Whitney Museum – Opening Party

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America Is Hard To See
inaugural exhibition of permanent collection
Whitney Museum of American Art
New York, NY
April 24, 2015

In attendance at Whitney Museum – Opening Party:

Harry Gamboa Jr. with his work, Decoy Gang War Victim, 1974
Photo:  Ruben Ochoa

Ruben Ochoa and Harry Gamboa Jr.
Photo: Pablo Melendez

Harry Gamboa Jr. and Catherine Taft (Curator, Whitney Museum)
Photo: Ari Marcopoulos

Charles Gaines and Harry Gamboa Jr.
Photo: Ruben Ochoa

Raphael Montañez Ortiz with his work, Archaeological Find, Number 9, 1964
Photo: Harry Gamboa Jr.

Bibbe Hansen and Friends
Photo: Sean Carrillo

Ruben Ochoa and Pablo Melendez
Photo: Harry Gamboa Jr.

Sean Carrillo and Bibbe Hansen
Photo: Harry Gamboa Jr.

Whitney Museum of American Art: Handbook of the Collection.
Whitney Museum of American Art, 2015.

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Administrative Poetry – REDCAT

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Mariana Botey
Arturo Romo
Sandra de la Loza
Harry Gamboa Jr.
Francesco X. Siqueiros
Vicente Razo
Mario Ybarra Jr.

Photo Credit:
Ryan Wardwell

 

Vicente Razo

The Fourth Session of Administrative Poetry

Lecture-Performance

Tuesday
February 10, 2015
7:30 P.M.

 

Ruth Estevez

Director & Curator
Participants
Mariana Botey
Sandra de la Loza and Arturo Romo (Mapache City Projects)
Harry Gamboa Jr.
Francesco X. Siqueiros
Mario Ybarra Jr.
Gallery at REDCAT
Los Angeles
The Session of Administrative Poetry (Jornada de Poesía Administrativa) is a conceptual poetry event organized by artist Vicente Razo at the Gallery at REDCAT.  In this convening, with a mixture of enthusiasm and melancholy, the worn and weary legacy of the art administration is invoked, mended and stroked.  This series delves into issues such as the dispensation of bylaws, incorporation, clerical correspondence, the call for applications, or tax exemptions as the pillars and props of artistic practice in the 21st century.  These poetic readings act as a celebration of those “magical” moments when art projects acquire a certified legal body and public liability, when a person turns into a corporation, or when a proposal turns into cash.  In previous editions of  The Session of Administrative Poetry tax receipts, articles of incorporations, bureaucratic correspondence, disclaimers and legal contracts have been read.