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Raw, Boiled and Cooked: Comics on the Verge

March 23, 2005 :: No. 159

Who: Cal State Fullerton Grand Central Art Center
What: Raw, Boiled and Cooked: Comics on the Verge
Organized by Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco
When: April 2 – May 22, 2005
Opening reception: 7-10 p.m. Saturday, April 2, 2005
Hours: Tuesday - Thursday and Sunday, 11-4 p.m; Friday and Saturday, 11-9 p.m. Closed Monday.
Where: Cal State Fullerton Grand Central Art Center
125 North Broadway, Santa Ana, California
Currator: Paul Candler
Background:

Raw, Boiled and Cooked: Comics on the Verge includes the work of 40 comics artists and “posits the notion that a new generation of comics artists has emerged—some gathered, however loosely, around RAW magazine, others simply coinciding with the magazine’s emergence, but not associated with it. Raw, Boiled and Cooked tells a generational story, marking the rise of artists, influenced by the well-documented San Francisco Underground Comix movement of the ‘60s, who explore a humanistic interest in character and revel in an autobiographical impulse….”

“Comics are part of the vast area of visual culture that is just beginning to be welcomed into arts institutions. The form is deserving of serious consideration as an example of grassroots cultural activity that is unexpectedly profound, sometimes beautiful, and surely vital to understanding how we live and think today.” From the catalogue essay by Renny Pritkin, Chief Curator at YBCA.

Artists featured: Rick Altergott, Ho Che Anderson, Max Andersson, Peter Bagge, Lynda Barry, Ivan Brunetti, Charles Burns, Dave Cooper, Julie Doucet, Debbie Drechsler, Mary Fleener, Renée French, Bill Griffith, Gilbert Hernandez, Jamie Hernandez, Peter Hoey + Maria Hoey (sic), Kaz, Peter Kuper, Mark Landman, Carol Lay, Mark Martin, Mats!? (sic), David Mazzucchelli, Tony Millionaire, Mark Newgarden, Gary Panter, Archer Prewitt, Brian Ralph, Ron Regé, Jr., Spain Rodriguez, Jonathon Rosen, Richard Sala, David Sandlin, Art Spiegelman, Ted Stearn, Chris Ware, Steven Weissman, Mack White and Jim Woodring.

Related Event: Resurrection III. 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., May 7, 2005
A Tribute to the Santa Ana Drags—ACES So Cal is please to present–in collaboration with Cal State Fullerton Grand Central Art Center–the third hot rod and custom car show with pre '64 hotrods and customs, live bands and more. Held in the Santa Ana Artists Village in front of the CSUF Grand Central Art Center at the corner of 2nd and Sycamore.
Admission: FREE
Website: www.grandcentralartcenter.com
Media Contacts: Marilyn Moore, Cal State Fullerton Art Gallery at 657-278-7750
Andrea Harris, Grand Central Art Center at (714) 567-7234
Elizabeth Champion, School of the Arts at 657-278-2434


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