ERICA BROUSSARD GALLERY is pleased to announce its move to 1666 N. Main St., Santa Ana, CA 92701!
The Santa Ana Arts Collective is the first project entitled under the Santa Ana Adaptive Reuse Ordinance. Meta Housing will transform an underutilized, five-story, mid-century, high vacancy commercial building into 58 high quality affordable apartment units for working artists and their families. The development will also be ERICA BROUSSARD GALLERY’S new home. The new development will be located in the heart of Main Street’s “Cultural Corridor” in Santa Ana, making it the perfect place for artists to live and thrive. The Gallery is scheduled to open the beginning of 2020. Until then, our space at 404 West 4th Street is closed in preparation for our move and grand opening. We are still showing work at venues throughout town.
The Collective will feature a mix of studios, one- two- and three-bedroom floor plans, and will be constructed to feature a ground floor art gallery, ERICA BROUSSARD GALLERY. The Gallery will continue to showcase the work of historically underrepresented artists and in addition, the space will also serve as a Curators’ Residency to support and cultivate the work of emerging curators and art historians. There will be more news and information about our plans and programs as we move closer to the opening! Keep a look out and add yourself to our email list for updates. We are looking forward to seeing you in a our new space!
ERICA BROUSSARD Gallery is pleased to announce that the Super Sarap exhibition will move to Asia Society Texas Center.
Join us in celebrating this great news!
This will be Asia Society Texas’ first exhibition of all Filipino-American Artists! Congratulations to curator, Patricia Carino Valdez and all the artists: Jeanne Jalandoni, OM France Viana & Mik Gaspay with additional work by Charlene Tan!
Very special thanks to the LA Times and Ada Tseng for her profile of the Super Sarap show and dinner in November. Please show Ada love and gratitude on Twitter @adatseng.
Cut and paste your way to the article at: https://www.latimes.com/tn-wknd-et-sarap-20181121-story.html
Officiallly ERICA BROUSSARD Gallery!
As of February 1st 2019, we are now ERICA BROUSSARD Gallery. This change reflects the business’s focus on personal relationships, and its growth beyond an art gallery and into an increasingly diversified entity which provides a spectrum of art related services (sales, curatorial, artist development, collector consulting, etc.). In alignment with the adoption of this new name, this website will become ericabroussard.com and the Instagram account will become ericabroussardart.
A little over two years ago, in a 98 square foot gallery, I started with the simple goal of providing a venue for underrepresented and historically marginalized artists to share their work with the world. Today, thanks to the many wonderful people who share my passion for saying, “have you seen that amazing Artist” rather than saying, “have you seen that <race/gender/etc.> - American artist” this undertaking has steadily increased its reach and ability to assist artists.
The choice to use my maiden name, Broussard, is a nod to my Father, an ardent, African-American entrepreneur and fearless gambler when it came to pursuing his passion. As we do now, ERICA BROUSSARD GALLERY will strive everyday to continue his spirit.
As always, thank you to everyone for your support. Please feel free to check-out our current exhibition.
We are very pleased to announce that Shasha Dothan was awarded the Israeli Ministry of Culture Prize for a Young Artist 2018. Congratulations!
אני שמחה וגאה לבשר שזכיתי בפרס אמן צעיר של משרד התרבות והספורט לשנת 2018. תודה לשופטות ולשופטים שבחרו בי. אני מקווה שבשנת 2019 אמשיך ליצור אמנות שמעלה שאלות מאתגרות ומייצרת דיונים .
CONGRATULATIONS TO MONICA IKEGWU FOR WINNING AN XL CATLIN ART PRIZE!
The XL Catlin Art Prize is a new juried art contest and traveling exhibition of 40 two-dimensional figurative works (paintings, drawings, and original prints.) The contest launches this fall through press, social media and direct institutional outreach.
The XL Catlin Art Prize in the US builds on a 10-year legacy of the XL Catlin Art Prize in the UK which recognized young artists through a prestigious London exhibition and catalog publication. The prize established a reputation as an insightful overview of emerging talent.
Contact Gallery 6/67 for more information about Monica’s work.
Gallery 6/67 is proud to share that Camille is having her first solo exhibition in New York and was selected to participate in the Queens Museum Biennial.
SOLO SHOW: Rockabye My Bedrock Bones
Opening Reception Friday, September 21
False Flag 11-22 44th Rd. Long Island City, NY
Queens International biennial - October 2018
Established in 2002, the Queens International highlights the contemporary cultural production of communities in the borough. Organized by Sophia Marisa Lucas, assistant curator at the Queens Museum, and the New York–based performance artist Baseera Khan, this year’s edition will explore systems of knowledge production in the digital and analog realms. Taking inspiration from the historical emergence of the public library and its ability to confront cultural changes brought about by the internet, “Volumes” will focus on the role of artists as “professional non-specialists” who are able to encapsulate our everyday virtual lives.
Gerald Sheffield awarded 2018 Fulbright
Tuesday, July 3, 2018
From the official press release:
Gerald Euhon Sheffield II of Yale School of Art has received a Fulbright U.S. Student Program award to Oman in Architecture from the U.S. Department of State and the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board. Sheffield will conduct research at Sultan Qaboos University as part of a project to study the representation of diversity and tolerance through the architecture of Oman.
Sheffield is one of over 1,900 U.S. citizens who will conduct research, teach English, and provide expertise abroad for the 2018-2019 academic year through the Fulbright U.S. Student Program. Recipients of Fulbright awards are selected on the basis of academic and professional achievement as well as record of service and leadership potential in their respective fields.
Wednesday, July 25, 2018
A Painter Reflects on When Black Men Get to Rest
After undergoing brain surgery, Mario Moore produced a series of works about Black men resting and recovering — a realm he describes as a “fantasy land.” Click here for more...
KCRW ART TALK Profiles Gallery 6/67 work
February 6, 2018; 6:44 p.m.
Art, War, and Religion
Edward Goldman talks about two soldiers who use their PTSD as an engine for art.