Archive for the ‘Solo Museum Shows’ category

Glazenhuis – Glass Museum

3 SOLO SHOWS at the GLAZENHUIS The Belgian glass museum GLAZENHUIS invited four internationally renowned artists for the summer exhibition 2013, entitled: 3 Solo Shows. The brothers Jamex and Einar DE LA TORRE (MX/US), Petr STANICKÝ (CZ) and Richard MEITNER (US/NL) were offered the basement floor, the ground floor and...

Chrysler Museum of Art

The Chrysler Museum Glass Studio presents a year-long series of free exhibitions and demonstrations from internationally known artists. From September 19 – 23, 2012, Einar and Jamex de la Torre worked live in our Studio, wowing the audience with intricately detailed works of glass sculptural art. The pieces were crafted…

Tucson Museum of Art

The brothers de la Torre provoke and inspire in Arizona museum exhibition When curator Julie Sasse walked through the “Borderlandia: Cultural Topographies by Einar and Jamex de la Torre” exhibition with the artists in tow, she had a lot of notes to take to help the docents at the Tucson...

The Getty Research Institute

This exhibition explores representations of Mexican archaeological objects and sites made from the Colonial era to the present. From the first moments of contact, Mexico’s indigenous civilizations evoked in their European conquerors an array of unsettling emotions ranging from fascination to fear. Eradicating populations, destroying monuments, suppressing native religions, and…

CAFAM – Craft & Folk Art Museum

“We’re very comfortable with the baroque and quite uninterested in minimalism.” Tired of plain vanilla? Come face to face with extravagant mix-media sculptures layered with glowing color, diverse cultures and acerbic social commentary created by internationally celebrated artists, Einar and Jamex de la Torre at CAFAM. Opening on September 26,…

William Traver Gallery

As usual, the sculptures that use bravura glass techniques are the best. For their second solo show at William Traver in Seattle, the de la Torre brothers, Einar and Jamex, expanded their mixed-media assemblage/installation work into an extraordinarily varied array of objects. Some resembled shrines while one work, La Reconquista…

National Hispanic Center

For the de la Torre Brothers nothing – and everything – is sacred Einar and Jamex de la Torre are a two-man bi-national renaissance. While the brothers travel back and forth between National City, California and Ensenada, Mexico on a weekly basis, they have been called Mexican, American, Californian, Chicano,…