Immigration Stories
Andrés Montoya, Glynn Kelly, Joseph Ntensibe, Cristopher Nolasco
March 20 – April 17, 2008
Reception: Saturday, March 22, 6 – 9 pm

3407A Glendale Blvd. (corner of Revere), Atwater Village, CA 90039
Contact:  Julin Everett, Gallery Manager

(323) 913-2247, fax (323) 913-2245
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Hours, Thursday – Sunday, 1-7pm

Joseph Ntensibe, “The Swimmers”, 2006, Acrylic on Canvas, 32 x 66”.

“Immigration Stories” creates a dialogue between artists with international  backgrounds, displaying an intersection of the political with notions of nostalgia, melancholy and un-belonging.

Andrés Montoya was born in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. His work is characterized by a deep connection between human subjects and landscapes and expresses both melancholy and nostalgia for worlds left behind.
Glynn Kelly was born in Cumberland in Great Britain. He has lived in Great Britain and the United States working as a Fine Artist and Stage Designer.  
Joseph Ntensibe was born in Uganda.  His current work combines aspects of abstract and figurative techniques for a unique expression of everyday scenes.

Cristopher Nolasco is a Filipino-American artist born in Yonkers, New York. He works with a variety of mediums, including watercolor, oil, charcoal and chalk. Nolasco is currently living and working in Covina, CA.

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