Curated by Tucker Neel
Eve Fowler was born in Philadelphia in 1964, and earned her BA from Philadelphia’s Temple University before proceeding to an MFA in Photography at Yale. Fowler’s collage and photographic practice is a documentary examination of ambiguity, whether in gender or the medium itself. Recent exhibitions have been held at Horton Gallery, New York; White Column, New York; Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco; Fowler’s work is held in the collections of the Smithsonian Institution and the New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, among others.
Tucker Neel is an artist, freelance writer, and independent curator living and working in Los Angeles, CA. Embracing a heterogeneous practice, Neel utilizes drawing, painting, sculpture, video, installation, and online communication to create works that investigate questions of allegiance, memory, and collective experience. Neel holds an MFA from Otis College of Art and Design and a BA in Art History and Visual Arts from Occidental College. He has exhibited work in Los Angeles and across the country in venues such as Commissary Arts, Samuel Freeman, Bonnelli Contemporary, Control Room, D-Block Projects, LA Freewaves, and well as in various site-specific exhibitions in public spaces. As a curator he has organized exhibitions for The Regent Galleries, the Bolsky Gallery at Otis College of Art and Design, Highways Gallery in Santa Monica, and GATE Projects in Glendale, CA. He is currently an Assistant Professor in the Communication Arts, Liberal Arts & Sciences, and Graphic Design MFA departments at Otis College of Art & Design, and teaches professional practices, critique, studio art, and critical theory to both Undergraduate and Graduate students. He is Vice President of GYST-Ink, an artist-run company offering professional practices software and services to artists. He is also Curator and Project Manager for GATE Projects; a Contributing Editor for Artillery Magazine; and founder of 323 Projects, an art gallery that exists solely as a voicemail system and website.