The New Contemporary Art Magazine

Edwin Ushiro: Upcoming solo show sneak Peek

Edwin Ushiro, a Fructose favorite, sent us a little preview of his upcoming solo show, While Tides Guide You Back Home at Project Gallery in July. Above is a small portion of the actual image titled Wave. Click here To view the full piece. Edwin's work is even more impressive up close and are unexpectedly larger than you'd expect. "In person" you can see the different layers of mediums he incorporates to make his work. The opening is July 12th and he will be in attendance... maybe you can get him to share the different stories behind some of the work.

7.12.08 “While Tides Guide You Back Home” a solo exhibition by Edwin Ushiro.
8545 Washington Blvd.
Culver City, CA 90232

Related Articles
In his latest “Trash Talking” exhibition, staged in a converted gas station now art space, Leavitt takes on American brans, consumer culture and crafts them out of packaging from other branded products. We interviewed the artist for a exclusive. Click above to read it.
Next up from our visit to Bentonville is Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, a museum Hi-Fructose has been eager to visit for many years. It is a thoroughly immersive art experience both inside and outside the museum walls which are set on a lush green landscape. Click image above to see more from our visit!
We've just returned from an eye opening experience at the 21c Museum hotel and the Crystal Bridges Museum of Art in Bentonville, AR. The whole town is a welcoming hub of contemporary art and nature, thoughtfully and intentionally developed into a community that incorporates exciting public art throughout the city, thanks to the curatorial efforts of Oz Art NWA. Click above to see a tour of Fragile Figures: Beings and Time.
Working with cardboard, artist Nonamey recreated a heightened version of his room from that time in an impressive installation at Brassworks Gallery in Portland, Oregon. Click above to read the full interview and have a look inside the installation.

Subscribe to the Hi-Fructose Mailing List