Rubén D. Ortiz-Torres. Professor, Visual Arts Department



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Rubén D. Ortiz-Torres.
Professor, Visual Arts Department

University of California, San Diego

9500 Gillman Drive

La Jolla, California 92093-0327


BIRTH DATE
February 27th, 1964.
BIRTH PLACE
Mexico City.
ADDRESSES & PHONE NUMBERS.
1941 Echo Park Ave, Los Angeles, CA, 90026, phone/fax: (323) 664-2783.
E-MAIL

ruortiz@ucsd.edu


EDUCATION.
1990-1992 MFA, California Institute of the Arts. Valencia, California.

1982-1986 Licenciatura en Artes Visuales, Escuela Nacional de Artes Plásticas, U.N.A.M., Mexico City.

1981 Career Discovery Program, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

1979-1982 C.C.H. Centro Activo Freyre. Mexico City.

1976 1979 Secundaria Técnica Escuela Nueva. Mexico City.

1970 1976 Manuel Bartolomé Cossio, Mexico City.


SOLO SHOWS.
2014 “Bandera Negra,” La Tallera, Cuernavava, Mexico.

2012 “Retrospectiva en un Minuto,” Galería OMR, Mexico City.

“Retrospective in a New York Minute,” 80WSE Broadway Windows, NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development, New York.

“Rubén Ortiz Torres and the Dorian Greys,” Double Break, San Diego.

2011 “Como TV,” Haus der Kunst, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

“Portrait of an Artist as a Young Man,” San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego.

2009 “Rubén Ortiz Torres,” OMR, Mexico City.

“El Pasado no es lo que era,” Centro de la Imagen, Mexico City.

2008 “High and Low Rider,” MACLA, San Jose.

“Hi ‘n’ Lo, LAXART, Los Angeles.

2007 “P2-3D,” (in collaboration with Yoshua Okón), Steve Turner Gallery, Los Angeles.

2006 “Distancia Táctica,” Galería OMR, Mexico City.

“The Dream of Reason Still Produces Monsters,” Redhead Projects, New York.

“Miami Image Sound Machine,” Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami.

2004 “The Manhattan Project,” Art in General, New York

“Mito vs Myth,” Bamboo Lane, Chinatown, Los Angeles

“The Texas Leaguer,” The Glassell School of Arts, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.

2003 “Behind the Garage Funk,” Charles H. Scott Gallery, Vancouver.

“Impure Beauty,” Gallery 400, Chicago.

“Siebren Versteeg and Rubén Ortiz Torres & Eduardo Abaroa,” Beacon Cultural Foundation, Beacon, New York.

2002 “Calimocho Styles,” Galería OMR, Mexico City.

“American Monarchy,” Brotfabrik, Berlin.

“Borderlandia,” Haus der Kulturen Der Welt, Berlin.

“The Adoration of the Magi, Esoteric Buddah in Secondary Inspection,” Mesa College Art Gallery, San Diego.

2001 “Adoración de los Reyes, Alienígenas y otros Glocalismos en 3D,” Centro de la Imagen, Mexico City.

“The A Files,” Artpace, San Antonio.

2000 "American Monarchy/Raza Cósmica,” Jan Kesner Gallery, Los Angeles.

"New World Monarchies, Revolutions and Alien Abductions After Maximiliano de Habsburgo,” Graz Kunsteverin, Graz, Austria.

"Power Tools,” Track 16 Gallery, Los Angeles.

1999 “Alien Toy,” Site Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico.

“Desmothernismo,” Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes, Mexico, Museo Universitario de Ciencias y Arte, colonia Roma, Mexico City.

“Photographs,” Zeitgeist, Seattle, Washington.

1998 “Alien Toyz,” Track 16 Gallery, Los Angeles.

“Desmothernismo,” Huntington Beach Art Center, Huntington Beach, California, Museo de las Artes, Guadalajara, Mexico.

1997 “The House of Mirrors,” Rio Hondo College Art Gallery, Whittier, California.

1996 “La Casa de los Espejos y Pinturas para Turistas,” Galería OMR, Mexico City.

1995 "The House of Mirrors,” Jan Kesner Gallery, Los Angeles.

1993 "Recent Work,” Jan Kesner Gallery, Los Angeles.

"Trabajos Recientes,” Galería de Arte Contemporaneo, Mexico City.

"ChiL.A.ngo,” Centro Cultural La Raza, San Diego.

1992 "Si Tuviera Parque...,” California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, California.

1989 "Pintura,” Galería de Arte Contemporaneo, Mexico City.

1985 "Jesús y los Mutantes,” Consejo Mexicano de Fotografia, Mexico City.
SCREENINGS.
2016 Cinefestival, Guadalpupe Cultural Center, San Antonio, Texas.

2015 Film Today, Calarts, Valencia, California.

2011 “Close Up,” Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

2010 “Frontierland/Fronterilandia,” Art, Activism, Access: 40 Years of Ethnic Studies at UCLA, CSRC Library in Haines Hall 144, UCLA, Los Angeles

2008 “Silence and Explosion: A Salon Event on Politics and the Arts,” Indiana University, Jacobs School of Music, Sweeney Lecture Hall, Bloomington, Indiana.

2007 “Ambulante. Gira de Documentales. Injerto,” Mexico City, Tijuana, Guadalajara, Oaxaca, Monterrey.

“La Era de La Discrepancia,” Museo Universitario de Ciencias y Arte, Mexico City.

2006 “Tomorrowland: Calarts in Moving Pictures,” The Museum of Modern Art, New York.

“Videoformes,” Clermont-Ferrand, France.

2005 “Surveying the Border,” Harold M. Williams Auditorium, Getty Center, Los Angeles.

2004 “COLLECTING: Artist/Collector/Critic,” Visual Arts Department Colloquium, Performance Space, UCSD, San Diego.

“How Can You Resist. 9th Biennial Festival of Film, Video and New Media,” Redcat, Los Angeles.

2003 “Nations, Pollinations and Dislocations: Changing Imaginary Borders in the Americas,” Argos. Brussels.

“Second Generation,” The Neighborhood Lounge, The Stone, Los Angeles.

2002 “Object/Concept,” University of California in San Diego, San Diego.

2001 "La Zamba del Chevy,” Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid.

2000 "Deconstructing/Destructing Disney,” Othercinema, San Francisco.

1999 "Raza Cósmica Videos and Films,” Zeitgeist, Seattle, Washington.

“Nations, Pollinations, and Dislocations: Changing Imaginary Borders in the Americas,” Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design, Vancouver, Canada.

1998 “Cinefestival,” Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, San Antonio, Texas.

“El Super Show de Puro Pop,” Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco.

“Idea de Lugar: Vídeos sobre Latinoamérica,” Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid.

“InSync,” Anthology Film Archives, New York.

“Primer Festival Internacional de Cortometraje de la Ciudad de México,” Centro de Estudios Cinematográficas, Mexico City.

1997 “Glare,” University of California in San Diego, La Jolla, California.

California State College in San Bernardino, San Bernardino, California.

1996 "Ann Arbor Film Festival,” Ann Arbor, Michigan.

"Athens International Film & Video Festival,” Athens, Ohio.

Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island.

"Cinefestival,” Guadalupe Cultural Center, San Antonio, Texas.

Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire.

"Festimad,” Madrid.

"Festival Internacional Cinematográfico del Uruguay,” Montevideo, Uruguay.

“Festival de Cine y Video Experimental,” La Panadería, Mexico City.

"Huntington Beach Arts Center,” Huntington Beach, California.

"Latinamerikansk FilmFestival,” Stockholm and Gotemburg, Sweden.

“Muestra de Cine Estudiantil y Latino 1996,” VIII Feria Nacional Universitaria de Ciencia y Arte, Casa Natal de Morelos, Morelia, Michoacan, Mexico.

"Muestra Internacional de Video,” Instituto Chihuahuense de la Cultura, Chihuahua, Mexico.

“The American Film Institute International Film Festival,” Laemmle Theaters, Santa Monica, California.

“New Documentary Series,” The Museum of Modern Art, New York.

Estudios Churubusco Azteca, Mexico City.

"Video e Identidad Cultural,” UAM, Xochimilco, Mexico.

"Welcome to the Neighborhood,” from "Public Space/Culture Wars,” Free Speech TV, in conjunction with the Getty Center for the History of Art and the Humanities. Los Angeles.

1995 "Arts of the Americas Festival,” University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Banff Centre for the Arts ("Memory/History" and "Living at the end of the Nation-State" workshops), Banff, Alberta, Canada.

Baskin Visual Arts Center, University of California in Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, California.

Cornell University, Ithaca, New York.

Curare, Mexico City.

EM Media, Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

"Festival ¡Cine Latino!,” San Francisco.

"Festival Latinoamericano de Video y Televisión,” La Havana, Cuba.

"Identidad, el Video como Espejo,” Productores Independientes de Video A. C., La Sala del Deseo, Centro de la Imagen, Mexico City.

"In an Out of the Cold,” International Documentary Asociation, UCLA Film and Television Archive and the UCLA Chicano Research Center, Melnitz Theatre, UCLA, Los Angeles.

"Independent Eye,” Channel 28 KCET, Los Angeles.

International Museum of Photography and Film, George Eastman House, Rochester, New York.

"No Man's Land: Crossing Visions" Anthology Film Archives, New York.

Olympia Film Society, Olympia, Washington.

"Sit Down and Watch it,” Artists Space, New York.

"The Other Cinema,” Artist Television Access, San Francisco.

Video In, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

"Video Arts Annual 1995,” Resolution Gallery, Los Angeles Center for Photographic Studies, Los Angeles.

"Western Regional Conference, Society for Photographic Education,” California Institute for the Arts, Valencia, California.

911 Media Arts Center, Seattle, Washington

1993 Film in the Cities, Saint Paul, Minnesota.

University of Minnesota at Bemidji, Bemidji, Minnesota.

1992 University of Southern California, Los Angeles.


PERFORMANCES.
2013 “Camelia la Tejana-Only the Truth,” libretto, video and visuals for the opera composed by Gabriela Ortiz, Long Beach Opera, Terrace Theater, Long Beach, CA.

2012 “Hi ‘n’ Lo,” International Society of Electronic Arts 2012: Machine Wilderness, Albuquerque Museum of Art and History, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

“Hi ‘n’ Lo,” SME Building, University of California in San Diego, La Jolla, CA.

2010 “¡Únicamente la Verdad!,” libretto, video and visuals for the opera composed by Gabriela Ortiz, Festival de México FMX, Teatro Julio Castillo, Mexico City.

2009 “Alta y Baja Tensión,” Museo Universitario de Arte Contemporaneo, Mexico City.

2008 “Discurso Alienígena Transgénico,” (in collaboration with VJ Thai), Medi@rte 6.0 Festival, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Monterrey, Monterrey, Mexico.

“High and Low Rider,” ZeroOne Festival, Circle of Palms, San Jose.

“Hi ‘n’ Lo,” California Biennial 2008, Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, CA.

“¡Únicamente la Verdad!,” libretto, video and visuals for the opera composed by Gabriela Ortiz, Buskirk-Chumley Theater, Bloomington, Indiana.

2006 “Miami Sound Image Machine,” a Low Rez Crimez production (projections by Konstantino Mavromichalis, sound by Dewey Ambrosino), North Miami, Miami and Miami Beach.

2004 “Manhattan Project.” A Low Rez Crimez production (projections by Konstantino Mavromichalis), around New York City.

2003 “Les Fleurs du Mal,” a Low Rez Crimez production (with the participation of Salvador Muñoz, Konstantino Mavromichalis, Patrick Miller and others), Charles H. Scott Gallery and CBC, Vancouver.

“The Garden of Earthly Delights, (The Chicago Christian Industrial League Lanscape Service version),” Gallery 400, Chicago.

2002 “Low Rez Crimes,” computer, puppet, live video mix performance (with the participation of Konstatnino Mavromichalis), Emily Carr Art Institute, Vancouver.

2001 “Low Rez Crimes,” computer, puppet, live video mix performance (with the participation of Konstantino Mavromichalis and Patrick Miller), Casa de la Cultura, Tijuana, University of California in Irvine, Irvine, California.

2000 "Ballet Parking,” (with the participation of Salvador Muñoz),.The Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, The Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

"La Zamba del Chevy (with the participation of Salvador Muñoz and Tony Ortiz), The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles.

“Take me to Your Leader,” computer, puppet, live video performance, Southern California Institute of Architecture, Los Angeles.

1999 “Ballet Parking,” (with the participation of Salvador Muñoz), SITE Santa Fe, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Edge Festival, Bergamont Station, Santa Monica, California.

“Computer Puppet Lecture,” California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, California.

“Take me to Your Leader,” computer, puppet, live video performance with the participation of Konstantino Mavromichaelis, Nations, Pollinations, and Dislocations: Changing Imaginary Borders in the Americas, Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design, Vancouver, Canada.

1998 “Ballet Mecánico,” (with the participation of Salvador Muñoz), Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, La Joya, California, Hospicio Cabañas, Guadalajara, Mexico, Museo de las Artes, Guadalajara, Mexico. Huntington Beach Art Center, Huntington Beach, California.

1997 “Computer Puppet Lecture,” Sushi Gallery, San Diego.
GROUP SHOWS.
2016 “The Armory Show,” booth 505, New York.

“Customizing Language,” Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles.

“Displacement: Symbols and Journeys,” Cornell Fine Arts Museum of Rollins College, Winter Park, Florida.

“Impresiones de Transfrontera/Líneas Comunicantes: 25 Años de El Nopal Press,” Oficina de Proyectos Culturales, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico.

“Impresiones de Transfrontera/Líneas Comunicantes: 25 Años de El Nopal Press,” Ex Convento del Carmen, Guadalajara, Mexico.

“Post Neo Mexicanismos,” Espacio de Arte Contemporaneo, Mexico City.

“Translocaciones: Mutación,” OMR Gallery, Mexico City.

“ZONA MACO, Mexico Arte Contemporáneo,” Centro Banamex, Mexico City.

2015 “14th Art Basel,” Miami Beach.

“Art Basel Miami Beach Public: Metaforms,” Bass Museum of Art, Miami.

“Artistic Research: Visual Arts Faculty Exhibition 2015,” University Art Gallery at Mandeville Center, La Jolla CA.

“10a Bienal do Mercosul,” Porto Alegre, Brasil.

“Los Días del Terremoto,” El Museo del Estanquillo, Colecciones Carlos Monsiváis, Mexico City.

“Mexican Painting from the 80’s,” Diaz Contemporary, Toronto.

“Monochrome Undone,” SPACE, Irvine, CA.

“Multifarious Abstraction,” Fabien Castanier Gallery, Los Angeles.

“Zona Maco,” Mexico City.

2014 “Art Basel, Hong Kong.

“Art Basel Miami Beach,” Miami Beach, FL.

“CalArts Benefit and Auction,” Regen Projects, Los Angeles, Paula Cooper/Metro Pictures Gallery, New York.

“Perder la Forma Humana,” MUNTREF, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

“Postards4oscar,” Julia de Burgos Latino Cultural Center, New York.

2013 Art Basel Hong Kong, Hong Kong.

“Head Strong,” Krouglak Gallery, Mira Costa College, Oceanside, CA.

“Home Away,” The Armory Arts Center, Pasadena, CA.

“Impression,” Irvine Fine Arts Center, Irvine, CA.

“Junipero Serra and the Legacies of the California Missions,” The Huntington Library, Pasadena, CA.

“Perder la Forma Humana,” MALI, Lima, Peru.

“Pre-Columbian Remix,” Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase College, State University of New York, New York.

“Registro 03. Espejo/Reflejo,” Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Monterrey, Monterrey, Mexico.

2012 Basel Art Fair, Basel.

“ISEA2012 Albuquerque: Machine Wilderness,” The Albuquerque Museum of Art and History, Albuquerque.

“Mexican Worlds: 25 Contemporary Photographers,” Cermodern, Ankara, Turkey.

“NanoMicroMega,” SME Gallery, San Diego.

“Perder la Forma Humana,” Museo Centro de Arte Reiona Sofía, Madrid.

“Play with Me,” Museum of Latin American Art, Long Beach, CA.

“2011 San Diego Art Prize Recipients,” Athenaeum Music & Arts Library, La Jolla, CA.

“Show #3,” The Parlour. Brooklyn, NY.

“The Wave Exhibition,” The Museum of Latin American Art, Long Beach, CA.

2011 “Antes de la Resaca,” Museo Universitario de Arte Contemporaneo, Mexico City.

“Incidentes de Viaje Espejo en Yucatán y Otros Lugares,” Museo Tamayo, Mexico City.

“It’s All True,” Morono Kiang Gallery, Los Angeles.

“¿Neomexicanismos? Ficciones identitarias en el México de los ochenta,” Museo de Arte Moderno, Mexico City.

“Vantage Point: UCSD Visual Dialogues,” Oceanside Museum of Art, Oceanside, California.

2010 “Changing Focus,” Museum of Latin American Art, Long Beach, California.

“Chewbacca to Zapata,” Morono Kiang Gallery, Los Angeles.

“Hot to Cold/Cold to Hot,” Charles H. Scott Gallery, Emily Carr University of Art + Design, Vancouver.

“Mundos Mexicanos, 25 hedendaagse fotografen,” Bozar, Brussels.

“The Artists Museum,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.

2009 “Armory Show,” New York.

Basel Art Fair, Basel.

Korda’nin Objektifinden Che: Bir Portrenin Devrimle Baslayip Ikonla Biten Öyküsü, Santralistanbul, Istanbul.

“New American Voices,” The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia.

“Petit Mal,” Museo Universitario de Arte Contemporaneo, Mexico City.

“Repeat Until,” Compact Space, Los Angeles.

X Bienal de la Habana, Havana.

2008 Art Basel, Miami Beach.

Basel Art Fair, Basel.

“California Biennial 2008,” Orange County Museum of Art, Newport Beach, CA.

“La Era de La Discrepancia,” Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires.

“Phantom Sightings,” Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles. Museo Tamayo, Mexico City.

“Puerto Vallarta Arte Contemporáneo,” Puerto Vallarta.

“Sphinxx,” Modern Art, London.

“01SJ Global Festival of Art on the edge,” San Jose, CA.

2007 “An Etymology of Contemporary Codes,” Palazzo Casali, Cortona, Italy.

“Arte, Sátira, Subversión. 5 visiones iberoamericanas,” Casa de América, Madrid.

“Autobiographies,” Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina, Canada.

“Chopped, Chromed, Customized,” Muñoz Waxman Gallery, Center for Contemporary Arts, Santa Fe.

“COLA07. Individual Artist Fellowships,” Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, Barnsdall Park, Los Angeles.

“La Era de La Discrepancia,” Museo Universitario de Ciencias y Arte, Mexico City.

“La Presencia,” Museum of Latin American Art, Long Beach.

“Mexiko-Kabinett,” 7 Internationale Foto Trienale, Esslingen, Villa Merkel, Galerien der Stadt Esslingen.

“Viva Mexico,” Zacheta National Gallery of Art, Warsaw.

2006 “Abstractions,” Diaz Contemporary, Toronto.

“An Image Bank for Everyday Revolutionary Life,” Redcat, Los Angeles.

“Distor,” Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, Mexico City.

“Fair Exchange,” Millard Sheets Gallery at the L.A. County Fair, Pomona, California.

“II Certamen Internacional de Pintura Diputación de Castellón,” Centro Municipal de las Artes, Alcorcón, Spain.

“Leaving Aztlán,” Wignall Museum, Chaffey College, Rancho Cucamonga, CA, Arena 1, Santa Monica, CA, Limn Gallery, San Francisco,

“Leaving Aztlán (redux), Arena 1, Santa Monica, CA.

“Los Angeles/Mexico, Complexities and Heterogeneity,” La Colección Jumex, Mexico City.

“Tigers and Jaguars: LA’s Asian-Latino Art Fusion,” Craft and Folk Art Museum, Los Angeles.

“Transactions: Contemporary Latin American and Latino Art,” Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, La Jolla.

“Uncontrolled Reflections: Installations by Latin American Artists,” Shift Gallery, Toronto.

2005 “A Walk to Remember,” Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Los Angeles.

“Eco. Arte Contemporaneo Mexicano,” Museo Nacional de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid.

“Espejos/Mirrors,” Instituto Cultural de México en Washington DC, Washington.

“Korea Mexico 100 Years of Diplomacy, New Media Works by 8 Korean American and Mexican artists,” Korean Cultural Center, Los Angeles.

“Only Skin Deep: Changing Visions of the American Self,” San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego.

“Revolution and Commerce, The Legacy of Korda’s Portrait of Che Guevara,” California Museum of Photography, Riverside, CA.

“Southern Exposure,” Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, La Jolla, CA.

2004 “Como Aprender a Amar la Bomba y Dejar de Preocuparse por Ella,” Central de Arte en WTC-Guadalajara, Guadalajara, Mexico.

“Los Usos de la Imagen: Fotografía, Film y Video en la Colección Jumex,” Malba-Jumex, Espacio Fundación Telefónica, Buenos Aires.

“Mapas Abiertos, Fotografía Latinoamericana,” Palau de la Virreina, Barcelona, Fundación Telefónica, Madrid, Centro de la Imagen, Mexico City

“’Nous Venons en paix…’/Histories des Amériques,” Musée d’Art Contemporain de Montréal, Montreal.

“Only Skin Deep: Changing Visions of the American Self,” International Center of Photography. New York.

“Solo Los Personajes Cambian,” Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Monterrey, Monterrey, Mexico.

“Strange Planet,” The Ernest G. Welch School of Art & Design Galleries, Georgia State University, Atlanta.

“The Interventionists,” Mass MoCA, North Adams, MA.

“The Subway Series,” The Bronx Museum of Art and The Queens Museum of Art, New York

2003 “Alarma!,” Raid Projects, Los Angeles.

“Commodification of Buddhism,” The Bronx Museum, New York.

“Cómo Aprender a Amar la Bomba y Dejar de Preocuparse por Ella,” Central de Arte en WTC-Guadalajara, Guadalajara.

“Nopal Press,” Bamboo Lane Space, Chinatown, Los Angeles.

“Nopal Press,” La Caja Negra, Madrid.

“México Iluminado,” Albright College and a downtown location, Reading, Pennsylvania.

“Speedy Gonzalez is German,” The University of Texas at Dallas, Dallas.

“Ten by Twenty,” Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco.

2002 “Axis Mexico: Common Objects and Cosmopolitan Actions,” San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego.

“Global Address,” USC Fischer Gallery, Los Angeles.

“La Realidad y el Deseo,” XVI Semana Cultural Lésbico-Gay, Museo Universitario del Chopo, Mexico City.

“Lines of Sight, Views of the U.S./Mexican Border,” The Sweeney Art Gallery at UC Riverside, Riverside, CA.

“Mexico City: An Exhibition about Exchange Rates of Bodies and Values,” P.S.1 MOMA. Long Island City, New York, Kunst Werke Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin.

“Mixed Feelings,” USC Fischer Gallery, Los Angeles.

“Monitor 2” Gagosian Gallery, New York.

“Think Big,” Liane and Danny Taran Gallery, Saidye Bronfman Centre Des Arts, Montreal.

“Ultrabaroque,” Miami Art Museum, Miami.

“X Files,” La Panaderia, Mexico City.

2001 "Capital Art,” Track 16 Gallery, Los Angeles.

"Customized: Art Inspired by Hot Rods, Low Riders & American Car Culture,” California Center for the Arts, Escondido, California.

"Cyborg Manifesto, or The Joy of Artifice,” Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach, California.

"Low N Slow/Converted,” Sangre de Cristo Arts & Conference Center, Pueblo, Colorado.

"Phoenix Triennial,” Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, Arizona.

"The Road to Aztlán,” The Los Angeles County Museum, Los Angeles.

"Ultrabarroque,” Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Fort Worth, Texas.



  1. "Above and Beyond,” The Yerba Buena Arts Center, San Francisco.

“AmericaFotoLatina,” Museo de las Artes, Guadalajara, Mexico.

"Customized: Art Inspired by Hot Rods, Low Riders & American Car Culture,” The Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston.

"Departures,” The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles.

"Eduardo Abaroa, Pedro Alvarez, Rubén Ortiz Torres,” The Mc Kinney Avenue Contemporary, Dallas, Texas.

"Made in California,” Los Angeles County Museum, Los Angeles.

"Themes Out of School: Art & Education in Los Angeles,” CAA, Los Angeles.

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