February 21 – 23, 2020
SAN FRANCISCO TRIBAL & TEXTILE ART SHOW
The 34th edition of The San Francisco Tribal & Textile Art Show will welcome artist Ralph Ziman’s traveling exhibition, The Casspir Project, and the presentation of SPOEK 1, an 11-ton decommissioned, apartheid-era Casspir vehicle that has been restored and reclaimed. SPOEK 1 was completed in collaboration with artisans from Zimbabwe and the Mpumalanga province of South Africa, who used 70 million brightly-colored glass beads to turn the symbol of tyranny into a spectacularly adorned sculpture that represents humanity and creativity. This marks the first time The Casspir Project will be presented in Northern California.
Thursday, December 5 through Sunday, December 8, 2019
PULSE ART FAIR 2019
Ralph Ziman has been selected for the special project section of the 2019 edition of PULSE Art Fair where he will present SPOEK 1, an 11-ton decommissioned, apartheid-era Casspir vehicle that has been restored and reclaimed. Ziman is known for his work that interrogates human rights issues such as apartheid, the over-militarization of police, and state violence. SPOEK 1 is the central part of Ziman’s traveling series, The Casspir Project, which also comprises installation, photography and film.
Friday, May 3, 2019 // 7 – 10 pm
BUILD BRIDGES, PAINT WALLS
The Rendon Gallery and the UCLA Department of Spanish and Portuguese are pleased to present BUILD BRIDGES, PAINT WALLS, a multimedia exhibition featuring murals, graphic art and photography celebrating latinidad and the international cultural exchanges that make Los Angeles great.
February 7 – March 7, 2019
The Casspir Project is a unique multidisciplinary, experiential exhibition that encompasses a variety of media including installation, film, photography, oral history and documentary. The exhibition will be open on February 7 and remain on view through March 7, 2019.
January 25-26, 2019
New Work by Kelcey Fisher (KFiSH) Featuring Collaborations with 16 Artists
The Rendon Gallery (located at 2055 E 7th Street, Los Angeles) opens its doors to the public for the first time. The debut exhibit, BLEND, is a pop-up show featuring the work of L.A. artist Kelcey Fisher, a.k.a. KFiSH, in collaboration with artists Zachary Bennett-Brook, Kyle Boatwright, Armando Dela, Gabe Gault, Davia King, Colette Miller, Moncho 1929, Vero Villareal Sada, Tiaan Schreuder, Shplinton, Priscilla Carpenter Witte, Yanoe, and Ralph Ziman, among others.