ARTURO MALLMANN



[ Chronology | Solo Shows | Group Exhibitions | Publications | Collections ]



Chronology:

1953
Born in 1953 in Montevideo, Uruguay, but lived most of his life in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

1971 -1975
Universidad de Belgrano, Buenos Aires, Argentina (sociology)

1983
After having spent a few years writing poetry and short stories, he started painting and drawing (self-taught).

1988
Moved to Los Angeles.



Solo Exhibitions:

2006
Berman/Turner Projects, Santa Monica, CA

2004
7 Paintings, Iturralde Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2002
Morocco, Iturralde Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2000
Recent Work, Iturralde Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

1998
Skid Row, Iturralde Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

1997
Arturo Mallmann: Recent Work, Iturralde Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

1996
Man of the Underground, Milagros Gallery, San Antonio, TX
Arturo Mallmann 1993-1996, Peppers Art Gallery, University of Redlands, Redlands, CA

1995
Paintings of the End of the Millennium, Iturralde Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

1993
Political Paintings and Cityscapes, Midnight Special Bookstore, Santa Monica, CA

1993
Paintings of the New Los Angeles, Antioch University, Los Angeles, CA

1987
Paintings and Painted Wood Assemblages, Galería "Paseo de las Artes", Buenos Aires, Argentina.



Selected Group Exhibitions:

2003
Two Uruguyan Artists, Gallery International, Baltimore, MD.

2002
December Invitational, Nüart Gallery, Santa Fe, NM.

2001
Modern and Contemporary Latin American Art, Louis Stern Fine Arts, Los Angeles, CA
Angels Night Benefit Auction, Beverly Hills, CA
Living With LA Art, an Acquired Taste, El Pueblo Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

2000
Made in California, 1900-2000. Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA

1999
Group Show, Iturralde Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Venice Art Walk Silent Auction, Venice, CA

1997
Arroyo Arts Collective, 5th Annual Discovery Tour, Los Angeles, CA
Venice Art Walk Silent Auction, Venice, CA

1996
Juried Show, Route One Gallery, Point Reyes, CA
Autorretratos/Self Portraits, Iturralde Gallery, Los Angeles, CA.
Venice Art Walk Silent Auction, Venice, CA

1995
Biombos/Screens, Iturralde Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Small Format/Pequeño Formato, Iturralde Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Latin America State of the Art, Irvine Valley College, Irvine, CA
Venice Art Walk Silent Auction Venice, CA

1994
Quo Vadis Civilization, Linda Moore Gallery, San Diego, CA
Art Rental and Sales Gallery, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA
Art Expo 94, Chicago, IL (Linda Moore Gallery)
Venice Art Walk Silent Auction, Venice, California
Los Angeles, (Andrade, Esson, Mallmann, Pimentel) Iturralde Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

1993
37 Feet of Art, L.A. Art Association, Los Angeles, CA
Then becoming now, L.A. Art Association in conjunction with the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA
Reshaping L.A, Angeles Gate Cultural Center and Los Angeles Harbor College Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Artists you should know, L.A. Art Association, Los Angeles

1992
Community Programs Revitalization Project, Jefferson High School, Compton, CA

1991 -'93
Political Paintings, L.A. Peace Center, Los Angeles, CA

1986
XVI Salon de Arte Sacro, Museo de Bellas Artes, Tandil, Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina.



Publications:

_Mallmann Moves Toward Light at End of the Tunnel, Holly Myers, Art Reviews, The Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, California, April 26, 2002
_Arturo Mallmann_, Orville O. Clarke, Jr., Reviews, ArtScene, Los Angeles, California, April, 1995
_Arturo Mallmann: The Urban Landscape as Visual Metaphor_, Margarita Nieto, Presentation, Iturralde Gallery, Los Angeles, California,March, 1995
_Lo Mejor de L.A._, La Opinion, Los Angeles, California, July 15, 1994
_Three ponder the direction the modern world is taking, Robert Pincus, Reviews, The San Diego Union-Tribune, San Diego, California, March 10, 1994
_Artists You Should Know, Margarita Nieto, Reviews, ArtScene, Los Angeles, California, October, 1993
_Reshaping L.A. offers post-riot optimism, Peter Frank, Art Review, Press Telegram, Los Angeles, California, October 3, 1993



Collections:

University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL


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