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MCASD Exhibition Opening Mexico:Expected / Unexpected a MultiNational, MultiMedia Hit

Guests from both sides of the border came to preview international contemporary artworks at the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego in La Jolla on February 4th, 2011. The
exhibition called Mexico: Expected / Unexpected featured contemporary art from the Isabel and Agustin Coppel Collection. The MCASD exhibit is part of a joint exhibition of over 100 artworks being shown with the Museum of Latin American Art in Long Beach (MOLAA).

Guests enjoyed wine and previewed thought provoking art like Carlos Amorales ’s layered piece The Horny Ghost, Kendell Geers wall art with the F-word woven into the repetitive pattern, and a maze of hanging garlic bulbs by Rivane Neuenschwander called Suspended Landscape.

The bulbs were inspiring to many including restaurant owner Sami Ladeki of Sammy ’s Woodfired Pizza. Ladeki was right at home walking through the Suspended Landscape’s garlic maze. More recipe ideas perhaps.

More guests there enjoying the art were Dr. Carol Randolph and Bob Caplan, Colette Royston, Dr. Laurie Mitchell and Brent Woods, Lynn Gorguze and Scott Peters, Rosella Fimbres, Ruth Melero, Richard Farson, Sharon Ladeki, and Georgette and Ignacio Munoz from Ensenada.

Peter Townsend was there too. Townsend is the MOLAA President and CEO.

Two standout examples of thought provoking border art were Kendell Geers’ neon lights one intermittently flashing ‘BORDER / ORDER,’ the other, ‘DANGER / ANGER.’

As the evening progressed, so did the numbers of people joining in the fun including Isabel and Augustine Coppel (the owners of the collection) were there with several members of their families. They were later joined by Lynda Forsha and the MCASD David C. Copley Director Dr. Hugh M. Davies for a private dinner with a number of the MCASD International Collectors.

Mexico: Expected / Unexpected MCASD and MOLAA installations are the curatorial result of dialogue between Mireya Escalante and Ana Belén Lezana (CIAC), Lucía Sanromán (MCASD) and Cecilia Fajardo-Hill and Idurre Alonso (MOLAA).

Mexico: Expected / Unexpected at MCASD in La Jolla will be on view through May 15th, 2011.
MCASD membership helps fund exhibits like this as well as educational and outreach programs.
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Ruth Melero and Rosella Fimbres


Carol Randolph

Bob Caplan with the MCASD David C. Copley Director Hugh Davies

Scott Peters with Brent Woods

Lynn Gorguze and Laurie Mitchell

Chris and Liz McCullough with Sami Ladeki in the center

Chris McCullough with Sami and Sharon Ladeki and Liz McCullough

Lynda Forsha with Faye Russell

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Sami Ladeki among Brazilian Artist Rivanne Neuenschwander garlic infused Suspended Landscape

Georgette and Ignacio Munoz

Scott Johnston enjoying the maze of garlic

A stuffed seated burro.... 'Sitting Donkey, Trento' by Maurizio Cattelan

Dr. Carol Randolph and Bob Caplan

'Si Si Si" by Jack Pierson

Sheryl White with Scott Johnston

Sheryl White's YSL Booties!

Above and Below, Sheryl and Harvey White having a laugh with Scott Johnston


Lynn Gorguze and Scott Peters

MCASD's Lilli-Mari Andresen with guest and Peter Townsend

Colette Royston and Scott Johnston

Bob and Susan Blanchard

Tom Karlo of KPBS and his father Paul Marshall

MCASD's Lucía Sanromán with Irene and Yishoi Jusidman

Darlene Davies and Paul Marshall


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** Margo Schwab, MBA, more formally known as Margaret E. Schwab, has produced, written, interviewed and photographed for various media organizations since 1989. Schwab attended Holton Arms School, La Jolla Country Day School and La Jolla High School. Schwab has a B.A. from Scripps College, spent a business internship with S.A.I.C., Science Applications International Corporation, and earned a Masters of Business degree, M.B.A., from the University of San Diego by way of Claremont Graduate School . Schwab additionally took college courses from Harvard University, and Syracuse University. Schwab volunteers for numerous charity organizations. She also continues to support animal organizations and the prevention of people and animal abuse. Schwab is the editor and co-owner of The Social Diary.

Margo Schwab and Scott Johnston of SD Social Diary Magazine are pleased to announce a partnerships with the Arthritis Foundation of San Diego County, their dog Kima is the Arthritis Dog honoree for the 3rd year, the San Diego Humane Society and SD METRO Magazine. They have also partnered with Country Friends and the San Diego American Heart Association.

Margo Schwab and Scott Johnston are both members of the La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club (Margo Schwab since 1974) and both are now members of the University Club and its worldwide ClubCorp Compass Society. Margo Schwab and Scott Johnston are Police Press credentialed by the Chief of Police, William Lansdowne.


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