Apr 8, 2015

April Updates

Hello Friends,

It’s already April and I am over the moon excited about all the great things happening for me this month.

The biggest news is that I will have a number of images on display in the Alan Klotz Gallery booth at the AIPAD Photography Show in New York City. The Association of International Photography Art Dealers (AIPAD) will host their 35th annual show from April 16th to April 19th at the Park Avenue Armory.  Unfortunately, I will not be able to attend the exhibition so please visit Alan in Booth #315 to say hello. If you visit please take a picture of the display and post it online using the hash tag #AKT@AIPAD

In other big news, I will exhibit my Master's Project Exhibition titled Light Sensitive at the Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art (RAFFMA) in the Dutton Family Gallery from April 20th until April 30th. Please join me for the opening reception scheduled Thursday, April 23rd from 5 to 7 P.M. RAFFMA hours for the week of April 27th to the 30th will be Monday and Wednesday 9 A.M. to 1:30 P.M. Tuesday and Thursday 12:30 to 5 P.M. The RAFFMA is located at California State University, San Bernardino, 5500 University Pkwy, San Bernardino, CA 92407. The museum can be contacted at (909) 537-7373. Admission is free and there are special parking rates available. See more information at http://raffma.csusb.edu/visit/.

Next Saturday, April 11th, I will be performing at the 5x10: UN-Sound Festival hosted by the ArtExchange Long Beach located at 356 E 3rd St, Long Beach, CA 90802. The show is free and the line up is listed below.

AK 6:30pm (http://samizdatrecords.com/album/szr009-petrified

Carlos Vela Pardo 7:30pm (http://www.carlosvelaprado.com/) Remote performance from NYC

Archie Carey 8:30pm (https://archiecarey.bandcamp.com/album/echo-chamber)

Patchouli Prince 9:30pm (https://sunkincollective.bandcamp.com/album/patchouli-prince-leafloops-volume-1-live)

Girl 27 (Jay Gambit of Crowhurst) 10:30pm (https://girl27.bandcamp.com/)

On April 15th and 19th at 2 P.M. Eastern Time a podcast interview of myself, conducted by Gift Horse: inside NY ART, will be streamed on I-RADIO and available for download thereafter here.

I have also recently written an article about Kristin Bedford’s photographic series titled Be Still which can be read on Dotphotozine by clicking this link http://dotphotozine.com/Dot/be-still-kristin-bedford/.

I would like to continue to remind you that Punk Rock Pillow Fight is available to be hired for Birthdays, Weddings, Bar Mitzvahs, Performance Art Festivals, Triennials and International Tours. Contact me to book P.R.P.F. for your next event! Reasonable rates apply.

 

Mar 15, 2015

5x10: Contemporary opened last night

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Feb 18, 2015

Sampled Exhibition at Offramp Gallery

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February 22 - March 29, 2015
Opening Reception: Sunday, February 22, 2-5pm
Melanie Ciccone, Raul de la Torre, Clifford Eberly,
 Susan Feldman, Nicholette Kominos, Meg Madison,
 Thinh Nguyen, Echiko Ohira, Andrew K. Thompson,
 Joan Weinzettle
Curated by Anita Bunn

Dec 16, 2014

Super Mario's Art: Fine Art in the Fast lane

The Mysterious Burial Mask: Information and Evidence: a group show curated by Andrew K. Thompson

I want to thank Mario Vasquez for conducting a follow-up interview focusing on The Mysterious Burial Mask: Information and Evidence

with Sophia Boo Allison Paul W. Evans Kio Griffith Sapira Cheuk Alan Van FleetMicol Hebron Siobhan Hebron Jorge Mujica HK Zamani Marissa Blair

Sep 11, 2014

Team Life!

I am very proud to be a part of the Community-based Art Program in California Institution for Men in Chino. Click the link above to see some images I took of the experince. Thank you Artvoices for publishing my photographs and Annie Buckley's essay.

Nov 10, 2013

Alive in Pomona

In case you weren't there.

Oct 23, 2013

Join me this Saturday. For I shall rock!

This is your last chance to see this show! We will be having a great time celebrating our achievements. There will be a special sound performance by The Buddy HollyCo$t plus special guest.

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Cultural heritage, personal identity and ecological responsibility are among the themes explored in an eclectic exhibition of contemporary art that will go on display at the National Orange Show Art Gallery Sept. 28.
The exhibit will run through Oct. 26.

“Transduction: Eight as One” will feature works by William Christensen, Jay Dawes, Mayte Escobar, Price Hall, Humberto Reynoso, Andrew K. Thompson, A.E. Van Fleet and Nao Yamamoto, all of whom are graduate students in the Cal State San Bernardino Master of Fine Arts in Studio Art and Design program.

The work will be in a variety of media including painting, sculpture, photography, glass, ceramics, video and installation art.

The exhibition provides a site for considering the complexity of the world we live in; presented in artworks that are produced by eight talented emerging artists who are responding to their own experience of our times.

The exhibition includes some artworks with mature content that may not be appropriate for children.

The National Orange Show Art Gallery is at 689 South E St., San Bernardino, and gallery hours are Friday and Saturday, noon-6 p.m. or by appointment.

This project is made possible by a Fine Arts Grant from the City of San Bernardino Fine Arts Commission.

For more information about the exhibition, contact CSUSB art professor Sant Khalsa at (909) 537-5802, or e-mail santk@csusb.edu. For more information about The National Orange Show Art Gallery, contact Ernie Garcia, gallery liaison, at (909) 862-3668, or e-mail erdogar2@roadrunner.com.

For more information about Cal State San Bernardino, contact the university’s Office of Public Affairs at (909) 537-5007 and visit http://news.csusb.edu/.

Oct 22, 2013

Performance review by La Pocha Nostra and Alejandra Herrera at Human Resources, LA

This is a review about perfromances by La Pocha Nostra and Alejandra Herrera that took place at Human Resources Los Angeles on Saturday, September 21st that was published by Dot Photozine.