Andi Campognone Projects

Andi Campognone Projects is a project and curatorial service designed to facilitate ambitious exhibitions of the highest museum quality. We develop both thematically driven group exhibitions which include emerging and mid-career artists and solo exhibitions of historically relevant mid-career and established artists. AC Projects develops and funds experimental and curatorial projects such as books and films that support artistic awareness and community engagement. AC Projects facilitates and consults on municipal policy related to arts and culture. Please call for an appointment.

Andi Campognone will be a professional contributor at this year's Donkey Mill Art Center's Kipaipai Professional Development Workshop for Artists July 22-26, 2019 on The Big Island, Hawaii and at The Joshua Tree Retreat in Joshua Tree, CA. Applications for both Joshua Tree and Hawaii Kipaipai events will be accepted through CaFE www.callforentry.org or visit www.kipaipai.com for more information.

PAINTINGS FROM THE INTERIOR
January 19 - April 21, 2019
UCR Arts Block

Paintings from the Interior, curated by Andi Campognone is a survey exhibition of painting in and about the inland region of southern California. With a specific geographic boundary east of Kellogg Hill in Los Angeles county to the low and high deserts of San Bernardino and Riverside counties, this exhibit focuses on both the literal landscape and the conceptual imagery of place. Artists featured in this exhibit are Dawn Arrowsmith, Quinton Bemiller, Diane Best, Jorin Bossin, Justin Bower, Gary Brewer, Kimberly Brooks, Gerald Clarke, Hollis Cooper, Cosme Cordova, Alex Couwenberg, Chick Curtis, Joshua Dildine, Steven Hampton, Brian Johnson, Stevie Love, Aline Mare, Kevin Stewart Magee, Donna Morin, Andrea Patrie, Roland Reiss, David C. Rosales, Ruth Pastine, Thomas Pathe, Bradford J. Salamon, Jeff Soto, Sharon Suhovy, Juan Thorp, Chris Trueman, and Mark Dean Veca


Image above: Alex Couwenberg, Baldy Cannon, acrylic and collage on canvas, 66"x72", 2018