Happy Birthday Richard! Maestro!
(May 15, 1952 – November 11, 2014)
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In the following months, we will be digging into archives and RE-RELEASING works by several artists who have deep histories with Modern Multiples. These re-releases will be accompanied by archival scans dating back to the 1980s to satisfy the art historian in you and offer just a glimpse into the history that gives this studio it’s legendary street cred.
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The Brewery Artwalk Association presents The Fall 2016 Brewery Artwalk, the longest-running original artwalk in the country, at The Brewery Arts Complex in Los Angeles, CA on October 22nd and 23rd from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM. For 34 years, the artists at The Brewery Arts Complex have opened their studios and invited the public into the heart of the Los Angeles art scene.
Perform penance by visiting 13 artists in the Jesus Wall Gallery on SAT 10/22 and SUN 10/23 @ 11am-6pm during the Fall 2016 Brewery Artwalk at Studio 205 (across from Barbara’s at the Brewery restaurant). Come take a photo and check out artwork and art goods by a baker’s dozen of participating L.A. artists:
–Photography by Kevin Break
–Fine art prints by Modern Multiples
–Custom lamps by Peri Shefik
–Photography by Melissa Richardson Banks aka Downtown Muse
–Paintings by Dane Capo Art
–Paintings by Kristine Augustyn
–Paintings and drawings by Glenn Waggner
–Hand-painted ties, paintings, and photographs by Jerico Woggon
–Paintings by Andrew Covell
–Jewelry by Jana Charl
–Paintings by Esau Andrade and Antonio Escalante
–Artwork by Celeste Korthase
The Jesus Wall Gallery
600 Moulton Ave., #205
Los Angeles, CA 90031
National Museum of Mexican art in Chicago gets ready for Friday’s opening night Day of the Dead / Ofrenda Exhibition- In the pictures below, Lisa with Zeke Pena & Dolores Mercado in front of RSD alter
Join us this Saturday only at our studio, for The Forgotten Surfer pop-up Exhibition
You are invited to a reception at Chop Chop
Sunday Aug 23 2015 1PM-4PM
830 N. La Brea Ave.
LA. CA. 90038
To see Becca’s Works on paper
Visit our studio
On Friday August 21st 2015 4-8PM
At 1714 Albion Street
Los Angeles, CA 90031
Friday, August 21st 2015
Lisa Duardo, Studio Director of Modern Multiples, and sister of Richard Saul Duardo, said. “We are so pleased and grateful that the McNay Museum in San Antonio, Texas continues to honor Richard. First, with Richard’s debut solo show in a museum, then a lecture about his work, an upcoming reception, and the two printmaking workshops open to the public. “Richard loved Harriett and Ricardo Romo and his many road trips to San Antonio.” She continued, “The Duardo family and Modern Multiples is so grateful for the San Antonio family at the McNay for their on-going support of the work produced at Modern Multiples Fine Art Studio, and acknowledging Richard’s place in the art world.”
Richard Duardo: Maestro of Pop
Save the Date! August 26, 2015 @ 6 p.m.
A reception for Drs. Harriett and Ricardo Romo, for their generous contribution to the “Maestro of Pop” is open to the public will take place at the McNay on 8/26/15.
“Richard Duardo: Maestro of Pop,” exhibition opened at the McNay Art Museum on July 1, 2015, and is closes on September 6, 2015, featuring 20 of Duardo’s large-scale, vibrantly colored screenprints, some with hand coloring. All were gifted to the McNay by Dr. Richard Romo, President of the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA), and his wife Dr. Harriett Romo, a Professor in the Department of Sociology, and Director of the Mexico Center at UTSA. “For this show we focused on Richard’s iconic imagery of fellow artists, musicians, actors and celebrities,” said Lyle Williams, McNay curator of prints and drawings.
Exhibition Talk: Maestro of Pop
Thursday, July 23, 2015 – 6:30 PM – 7:30 PM at the Brown Gallery:
Lyle Williams, Curator of Prints and Drawings, discusses the late Richard Duardo and his legacy.
The McNay is offering two opportunities to learn printmaking in the iconic style of Richard Duardo. McNay: 6000 N New Braunfels Ave, San Antonio, TX 78209, Phone(210) 824-5368
ArtFULL Wednesdays: Art Making for Adults: Screenprinting
Wednesday, August 19, 2015 – 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Saturday, August 15, 2015 – 10:30 AM – 1:30 PM Valero Learning Centers
Pop culture icons are presented through the eyes of an artist in Richard Duardo: Maestro of Pop. Discover how the artist drew inspiration from Andy Warhol and make a screenprint based on a celebrity icon.