Upcoming exhibitions

   
"The Flaunting of Youth", 2016. Lenticular print, resin castings, LED light box. 56" x 74" x 4"

"The Flaunting of Youth", 2016. Lenticular print, resin castings, LED light box. 56" x 74" x 4"

"The Flaunting of Youth"

"The Flaunting of Youth"

"The Flaunting of Youth"

"The Flaunting of Youth"

"Look at me Leonard", 2016. Lenticular print, resin castings, LED light box, 27" x 38" x 5"

"Look at me Leonard", 2016. Lenticular print, resin castings, LED light box, 27" x 38" x 5"

"Transdifferentiation", 2016,  Lenticular print, resin castings, LED light box, 48” x 60” x 4”

"Transdifferentiation", 2016, Lenticular print, resin castings, LED light box, 48” x 60” x 4”

"Transdifferentiation"

"Transdifferentiation"

About "Einar & Jamex de la Torre: Borders and Other Imaginary Fractals", August 3 - September 2, 2017

"Einar & Jamex de la Torre: Borders and Other Imaginary Fractals", August 3 - September 2, 2017

Einar and Jamex de la Torre were born in Guadalajara, Mexico in 1960 and 1963, respectively. Einar and Jamex both studied at California State University at Long Beach and taught at the prestigious Pilchuck Glass School in Stanwood, Washington. 
 
The Brothers’ works are in numerous public and private collections and have been exhibited around the world at venues including The Museum of Glass: International Center for Contemporary Art in Tacoma, WA, California State University In Fullerton, Los Angeles, the Carnegie Art Museum in Oxnard, CA, the Los Angeles Museum of Art, The Museum of Contemporary Art in San Diego, The Chrysler Museum of Art, The Tuscon Museum of Art, Glazenhuis – Glass Museum, Lommel, Belgium, The National Glass Centre in Sunderland, United Kingdom and most recently at the Glass Museum in Ebeltoft, Denmark. This is the de la Torre Brothers’ fifth solo show at the gallery.