UNLV Art Alum Exhibits Early Work at As Is Gallery in LA
The opening reception for an exhibition of early work by Department of Art alum Paul Tzanetopoulos will be on Sunday January 5. The exhibition will be up until February 29.
Tzanetopoulos received an MFA With Honors in Fine Art from the University of California, Irvine, and his BFA With Honors (Outstanding Fine Arts Graduate) from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. He also works in the realm of public art and has completed more than 30 public art commissions since 1992. One of his best-known public art commissions is his award-winning Kinetic Light Installation (untitled) created for the LAX Gateway Pylon Project, Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA), Los Angeles, which was inaugurated in August, 2000.
Typed Series 1988 – 1991
Hand-typed ink on paper (by the changing of colored ribbons in mechanical typewriter), graphically illustrating the complexity of historical relationships between the visual elements of clan tartans and their historical status. There is a narrative relationship between each typed tartan and the machine employed to create it. Further, the familial name of the tartan relates directly to the manufacturer (brand) of the typewriter: there’s always a story within a story. The typed paper represents a meditation within a two-dimensional field on an X-Y axis. The Typed Series is hand-typed ink on archival paper, and includes: Royal – Stewart Royal, Hermes – Rob Roy, Olympia – Black & White Menzies, Smith – Gow, Underwood – Wood, Royal – MacDonald.
As Is Gallery
1133 Venice Boulevard
(Enter on Constance Street)
Los Angeles, CA 90015
Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 11 - 6
Exhibition: January 5 – February 29, 2020