The University of Arizona

Exhibit - 'Culture Cache'

"Culture Cache" is a group exhibition exploring the reappropriation of consumer culture as a language about social identity and collective consciousness. The works include a range of media that involve text, humor and the refuse of productivity where private and public spheres collide to form an identifiable language that demarcates contemporary American life. Erin Riley, Greg LaMarche, Ben Venom, Kim Beck and Kristen Ramirez reinterpret commercialism to articulate popular and shared social experiences despite individuals' ostensible differences.

This exhibition is supported by the Lionel Rombach Endowment and the UA School of Art.

September 4, 2013– February 5 2014, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.


Audience: 
All

Where

Campus: 
Main Campus
Location: 
Joseph Gross Gallery at the UA College of Fine Arts, 1031 N. Olive Road
Tucson, AZ
United States

Contact Info & Links

Department/Unit: 
School of Art, Joseph Gross Gallery
Contact Person: 
Brooke Grucella
Contact's Phone: 
520-626-4215
Contact's Email: 
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