top of page

Lista de articulos

Ken Marchionno

300-Miles to Wounded Knee: The Oomaka Tokatakiya, Future Generations Ride

Ken Marchionno

January 23 – May 9, 2021

Ken Marchionno has been pursuing photography since the age of 15 and after working with video, installation, interactive design, digital works and performance, documentary photography is Marchionno's preferred medium and methodology. Marrying his artwork with his passionate social practice, he records the fragility and complexity of life in a quick-moving contemporary world, and through his photography gives voice to moments, people and places that might have otherwise been overlooked.

Leer más
Nuri Amanatullah

A print collection

Nuri Amanatullah

February 2019 - May 2021

Nuri Amanatullah is an Antelope Valley-based painter, illustrator, and designer whose stylized, graphic depictions of flora and fauna are represented in a variety of mediums including illustration and large-scale murals. Employing both traditional techniques and digital media, Amanatullah has designed for Disney, storyboarded for Uber, illustrated for Airbnb, and painted walls at numerous sites around the Antelope Valley including a mural with Antelope Valley Walls in 2018, as well as in Flint, Michigan as part of the Free City Mural Festival. 

Leer más
Various Artists

Activation

Various Artists

January 22 - April 16, 2022

The Lancaster Museum of Art and History is opening its latest exhibition season, Activation, a series of solo exhibitions from artists Mark Steven Greenfield, April Bey, Paul Stephen Benjamin, Carla Jay Harris, and Keith Collins. The opening reception for Activation will be held on Saturday, January 22, 2022 from 4 to 6 p.m., in tandem with What Would You Say? Activist Graphics from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the second exhibition in its Local Access series. The exhibitions will remain on view until April 16, 2022.


Leer más
Dani Dodge

Art Activations at the Preserve

Dani Dodge

2019


Los Angeles artist Dani Dodge uses unexpected sculptural materials to alter spaces. 


Her experience as an embedded journalist during the 2003 invasion of Iraq changed her forever. Since then, she has created art and installations that change and challenge expectations. 


From brightening a black and white snowy forest in Ireland with luminescent tree stumps to turning a Los Angeles gallery into a gantlet of rotating car parts made from baby blankets, her works play with surrealist ideas using innovative forms.


Leer más
Various Artists

Artist As Subject

Various Artists

May 7 - July 24, 2016

Rebecca Campbell

Andrew Frieder

Kent Anderson Butler

Eric Minh Swenson

Jane Szabo

Nataša Prosenc Stearns



Leer más

British Invasion 

November 19, 2016 - January 22, 2017

Born in Cambridge, England, Andrew Hall is best known for his graphically stunning, abstract photography. He obtained his Bachelor of Arts with honors in graphic design from Exeter College of Art and Design. A successful commercial photographer, Hall has worked with some of London’s top creative agencies and design consultancies. 

Leer más
David Koeth

Citrus Series

David Koeth

June 5 – September 5, 2021

A critique of these large-scale industrial complexes a the damaging processes of unsustainable agricultural production


Describing himself as restless and eclectic, David Koeth works with citrus peels, paint, coffee, and graphic design. His artworks reflect humanity's long-fought struggle with pollution and humanity’s attempt to combat the destruction of Earth's natural resources and living species. 

Leer más
Various Artists

Collaborate and Create

Various Artists

May 9 - August 16, 2020

Collaborate and Create is an extension project conceived by the directors of Kipaipai Workshops, a non-profit organization that focuses on the professional development of artists. Kipaipai Workshop’s mission is to encourage, inspire and build community. Collaborate and Create pairs two artists with varying artistic styles to problem solve and produce a collaborative work pushing boundaries outside the artists’ regular studio practice and experimenting with styles and materials. 

Leer más

Contemporary Landscape: From the Desert to the Sea

November 22, 2014 - January 11, 2015

Being Here and There features photographic works by twenty-six artists whose imagery derives from their individual and contemplative experience of place.  Situated among an array of topographies and ecosystems from the desert to the sea, each of their creative works provides us with a unique view and perspective of a spectacular landscape, unlike any other.  These artists are contemporary surveyors, seeking to depict and give meaning to this place where we live.


Leer más
Various Artists

CountMeIn - 2020 Census Project

Various Artists

May 9 - December 27, 2020

The Lancaster Museum of Art & History (MOAH) and the Lancaster Museum and Public Art Foundation (LMPAF) invite the public to its newest exhibition #CountMeIn, a celebration of the community recognizing their value in civic life through engagement and education on the topic of the 2020 United States Census. Every decade, the U.S. Census counts every resident in the nation and uses the data to allocate billions of dollars in federal funds to local communities and determines the number of seats each state receives in the House of Representatives. 

Leer más
Amir Zaki

Empty Vessel Excerpts

Amir Zaki

January 23 – May 9, 2021

Amir Zaki is a photographer interested in the rhetoric of authenticity. Although Zaki’s use of hybridized photography tows the line between reality and the abstract, his documentary style ensures the viewer’s trust in the piece remains intact. His subject matter revolves around the architectural and organic California landscape, mainly the idea that California is symbolic of a metaphorical collage of styles and ideas.

Leer más

Estate Italiana

August 26 - October 22, 2017

The Lancaster Museum of Art and History (MOAH) celebrates the rich and vibrant history of Italian artistic tradition by showcasing seven contemporary Italian artists in its newest exhibition, Estate Italiana. MOAH will be kicking off this exhibition with a free opening reception on Saturday, August 26, from 4 – 6 p.m., where the public may view the exhibition and meet each artist.


Leer más
bottom of page