Catalyst is pleased to present the first joint-school exhibition, Nexus, with many more to come. Nexus lays out an array of works composed of various mediums by UCI and CSUF undergraduates that explore similar themes of consumerism, identity, and representation.
Catalyst is pleased to present Gallery TV, a sculpture and slideshow projection by Gabriel Arroyo Velasco that makes humorous comments on the value of art in Los Angeles.
Our last exhibition of 2010, Dilapidated Beings features student works by Vida Liu, Melissa Maldonado, Alfred Urango, and Grace Wong.
An installation by Noe Gaytan that focuses on mythologies around color theory as inspired by Felix Gonzales-Torres, Johannes Itten, Joseph Kosuth, Joseph Albers, Laurence Weiner.
An exhibition showcasing the works of Iris Hu, Mitchell Klein, Melissa Lee, Tessa Kurszewski, and Maivy Nguyen.
An exhibition featuring works by Natalie Bojórquez, Noe Gaytan, Tessa Kurszewski, Kelly Mayfield, and Gabriel Tellez.
An exhibition featuring JoAnn Hockersmith, Iris Hu, Daniel McMullin, and Paolo Rondina.
A solo show exhibiting new works by James E. Anderson.
A solo, participatory installation by Maivy Nguyen.
An exhibition featuring Cristina Cary, Edi Dai, Joann Hockersmith, Melissa Maldonado, Chris Morales, and Jayson Ward.