Gerardo Monterrubio is a Los Angeles-based artist working primarily with clay. Monterrubio’s practice stems from the rich history of the vessel: its narrative-telling and recording art historical context is at the foundation of his practice. His works portray contemporary, and similarly anthropological, studies of his observations of the world. Monterrubio uses his ceramic sculptures as canvases for elaborately rendered images influenced by myth, history, religion, and the human imagination that are at the foundation of cultural paradigms. Monterrubio earned a BFA from California State University, Long Beach, and an MFA from the University of California, Los Angeles.
Please join us Monday, March 22th at 12:15pm for a Visiting Artist Lecture with Gerardo Monterrubio.
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