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© 2017 - 2019  by Ginette Rondeau  All rights reserved.  No part of this site may be reproduced or used in any form or by any means without written permission.

Art Exhibitions:

 

2019

• The Biennial Project, 2019 Finalists, Venice Biennale, Venezia, Italy
•  Exposed!, Neutra Institute Museum, Los Angeles, CA

• Grande Salon, Ivan Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

• The Hive Gallery 14 Year Anniversary Show, The Hive Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

• The Fairy Tale Show, Neutra Institute Museum, Los Angeles, CA

• The Chocolate And Art Show, The Vortex, Los Angeles, CA

2018

• Remembrance - The Faces and Places, The Autry Museum of the American West, Los Angeles, CA.

• Dog Days of Summer, Avenue 50 Studio, Los Angeles, CA.

• The Mexican Show, Neutra Institute Museum, Los Angeles, CA
• The Hive 13 Anniversary Show, The Hive Gallery, Los Angeles, CA


2017

• Pre-Existing Condition - Neutra Institute Museum, Los Angeles, CA
• A Night of Frida - (One person show)  La Macha Theater, West Hollywood, CA
• Celebrating Women's History Month "A Woman's Soul" - The Museum of the San Fernando Valley, CA

 

2016

• Bring Me Your Dead – Las Laguna Gallery, Laguna Beach, CA
• The Frida Show - Gallery H of Phantom Galleries, Hawthorne, CA
• Boobs - Gallery H of Phantom Galleries, Hawthorne, CA
• Día De Los Muertos – Museum of Latin American Art, Long Beach, CA

 

2015

• Día De Los Muertos – Gallery H of Phantom Galleries, Hawthorne, CA 

 

2014

• Viva La Vida – ChimMaya Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA

 

2013

• Sacred Memories-  El Pueblo Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
• Día De Los Muertos – Museum of Latin American Art, Long Beach, CA

 

2012

• Amor de Frida featured in Casas Y Mas Magazine, Mexico

 

2010

• A Prayer for Juarez, Casa 0101, Los Angeles, CA

 

2009

• Celebrando! L.A. Latino Heritage Artists- Fremont Gallery, Pasadena, CA
• The Power of Art – Redondo Beach, CA
• 9th Annual Día De Los Muertos - Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Los Angeles, CA
  (A featured artist exhibited in the Mausoleum)
• MOLAA Día De Los Muertos Altar Exhibition - Museum of Latin American Art, Long Beach, CA
  (Installation: Tribute to My Beautiful Mexican Grandmother Altar)
• 4th Annual Día De Los Muertos - Casita Del Pueblo, Whittier, CA
• El Camino Student Art Exhibition - El Camino College Art Gallery, Torrance, CA •  
  El Camino Student Photo Exhibition - El Camino College Library, Torrance, CA

2008

• Small Treasures Annual Juried Exhibition - Palos Verdes Art Center, CA
• Switch On- Redondo Beach, CA (Installation - Mailbox to Heaven)
• Transcendence/ Regeneración – Self Help Graphics, Los Angeles, CA
• 8th Annual Día De Los Muertos - Hollywood Forever Cemetery, Hollywood, CA
  (Installation - Altar of the Iraq War)
• Día De Los Muertos - Casita Del Pueblo – Whittier, CA
• Viva! - Festival De El Gente – Los Angeles, CA
• Celebrate!, Solo exhibition, El Camino College Library, Torrance, CA
• Subconscious Imprints Transformed by Conscious Realizations Feeding the Starving Minds of Modern Inhabitants -         Angels’ Gate Cultural Center, San Pedro, CA

 

Past Notable Exhibits:

• Curated Viva El Amor Eterno - CECUT Museum, Mexico in conjunction with the Museum of Mexico City, 

(Installation: Mailbox to Heaven)

 

Grants:

• Recipient of a 1994 Grant Award from the Consejo Nacional Para La Cultura y Las Artes, by the Mexican Government.

 

Professional Affiliations:

• Resident Artist at the Hive Gallery, a Resident Artist in Los Angeles, CA

•  Los Angeles Center of Photography, Los Angeles, CA.

• Arroyo Arts Collective in Los Angeles, CA.

• Redondo Beach Art Group

• Served as a founding Board Member of DADA (Downtown Arts Development Association) have organized annual “Downtown Lives!” events. As an independent curator, she has curated more than 800 artists in more than 50 events in the region, including the 45,000 sq. ft. site for "DADA 98!" with more than 300 Los Angeles artists.

 

Credits:

• Her artwork was featured in the Latino Heritage Month’s Calendar of Events by the Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department.

• Spokesperson for Día De Los Muertos and interviewed by National Geographic.

• Her collaborative photography and an installation of the “Altar of the Iraq War” have been published and distributed nationally in an academic book for children by Capstone Press in “Day of the Dead - A Celebration of Life and Death,” 2006.

• Featured in La Opinion, L.A. Times, CBS, NBC, ABC, other network stations and media for her work as a curator - The Annual Día De Los Muertos Juried Exhibition.

• Under the sponsorship of the City of Los Angeles and as a recipient of a 1994 Grant Award from the Consejo Nacional Para La Cultura y Las Artes by the Mexican Government, Ms. Rondeau curated a series of exhibitions in Los Angeles and Mexico. She has also been the Curator and Committee Member for U.S. Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard's Annual Student Art Competition.

• In 1998, Ms. Rondeau curated the Los Angeles City Latino Heritage Month's "Latinos In Hollywood" photographic exhibitions at the Skirball Cultural Center, Universal Studios, Cal State Los Angeles, and the "2nd Annual Latino Film Festival."

• Among all her artistic endeavors, she produced and curated the Annual Día De Los Muertos Juried Exhibition, at El Pueblo Gallery and the Pico House Gallery on Olvera Street for 17 years. Some of her judges included: Virginia Fields, Curator of Columbian Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art: Oscar Garza, Editor-in-Chief of Cuidad Magazine; Al Nodal, General Manager of the Los Angeles Cultural Affairs; and Henry Hopkins, Director of the Armand Hammer Museum.  More than 100,000 visitors attended the exhibitions, including several thousand school children. Media coverage for the event included NBC and ABC stations. National Geographic also featured the gallery and interviewed
Ms. Rondeau as one of their featured speakers. Ms. Rondeau was also an honorary speaker for an assembly at the Brentwood School.