Common Ground is an exhibition focused on the planet earth as an ever-shifting politicized landscape of borders, exclusions, and omissions as well as a shared terrain under pressing physical assault. Through paintings, photographs, sculptures and videos, this multi-cultural, multi-generational group of artists explore the reality of a single planet that is humanity’s most divided territory and damaged common ground.
ARTISTS CONVERSATIONS AVAILABLE ONLINE!
Opening Conversation & Virtual Tour
Curators Suvan Geer and Sandra Mueller with participating artists via Zoom on October 10, 2020.
Why Artists Make Socio-Political Images
Linda Vallejo with Mariona Barkus, Pilar Castillo, Naida Osline and Pamela J. Peters via Zoom on October 14, 2020.
Making Art in an Unbalanced World
Suvan Geer with Sharon Barnes, Danielle Eubank, Eloisa Guanlao, Maryrose C. Mendoza and Sinan Leong Revell via Zoom on October 17, 2020.
Making Change Through Building Community,
Sheila Pinkel with leaders from Justice LA & Dignity and Power Now, Los Angeles Poverty Department, Kaos Network and Uncommon Good via Zoom on October 20, 2020.
The exhibition can be viewed virtually by visiting
Embed Gallery, or in person by appointment only.