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Live Conversation with Sarah Awad and Rebecca Cambpell
L.A. Louver cordially invites you to a live virtual conversation with Sarah Awad and Rebecca Campbell on Wednesday, December 2, 2pm (PT) / 5pm (ET).

Join us for a candid discussion between two artists, whose painting practice gives focus to the figure, whether through abstraction in Awad’s work or allegory and personal narrative in the paintings by Campbell.

Following the conversation, the artists will be available to answer questions during a live Q&A.

Dec 2, 2020 02:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Sarah Awad
Artist @@saraheawad
Sarah Awad makes paintings that investigate complex spatial and color relationships in the context of late modernist figuration. Her compositional and narrative choices draw from art history while her process negotiates a balance between material accident and gestural intention. Awad received her BFA from Art Center College of Design and her MFA in Painting from UCLA. Recent solo exhibitions include Double Field at Night Gallery (Los Angeles) and Gate Paintings at Diane Rosenstein Gallery (Los Angeles). Her paintings have been included in Rogue Wave ’13 at L.A. Louver and group exhibitions in Copenhagen, Vienna, New York, Seattle, Rotterdam, and Miami. She received the Joan Mitchell Foundation MFA grant in 2011 and her work has been reviewed in Art in America, Modern Painter, and New American Painting. She has also taught at Art Center College of Design and Cal State Fullerton.
Rebecca Campbell
Artist @@rebeccacampbellartczar
Rebecca Campbell received her MFA in painting and drawing in June 2001 from the University of California, Los Angeles. She has exhibited nationally and internationally at L.A. Louver Gallery, Ameringer-McEnery-Yohe, Gagosion Gallery, the Phoenix Art Museum, the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and the Cornell Fine Arts Museum at Rollins College, among other galleries and museums. Currently an assistant professor at California State University, Fullerton, she has also taught at Art Center College of Design, Claremont Graduate University, Vermont College of Fine Art, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, and the Idyllwild Arts Academy. Campbell’s work is regularly presented at art fairs including Art Basel, Art Basel Miami Beach, ARCO Madrid, and ADAA: The Art Show. Her work has been featured in publications including ARTnews, the Los Angeles Times, ART PAPERS, X-TRA, ARTWORKS Magazine, art ltd., The Huffington Post, and Artnet. She is represented by L.A. Louver Gallery.