Kim Abeles has had more than 25 solo exhibitions including a 15-year survey of her work that toured the U.S. and South America from 1993 to 1997, sponsored by the Fellows of Contemporary Art and the United States Information Agency. Her work has been seen in many national and international exhibitions and is in collections of the UCLA Library, The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; UC Santa Barbara; The Museum of Modern Art Library; and other institutions. She has been the recipient of many awards and grants and is an assistant professor of art at California State University, Northridge.
Disney Color Guide to Good and Evil, Rich and Poor
Los Angeles, 1999
Wood, mixed media, collage of Disney book characters
"The urban environment, feminism, aging, HIV/AIDS, and labor are some of the specific issues I have engaged through my work. I am a concept-seeker and an object maker. The work emerges from my hands as both feminine and masculine, seeking objective and subjective realities, and spoken in a visual language of the poetic spirit."
Calamity Jane and Questions of Truth
Los Angeles, 1986
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