“Libro Arte/Abierto” -Open Book Art

Thank you Dr. Hortensia Minguez, professor of art, and Adán Sáenz, assistant professor of art  at University of Ciudad Juarez, for including some of my work in the publication which was also in exhibition at the Delaware Center for Contemporary Art.

 

“Libro Arte/Abierto”, which can be roughly translated as “Open Book Art” – About book arts and alternative printmaking published by the University of Ciudad Juarez (Mexico) in collaboration with the University of Barcelona, the Universitat Politecnica de Valencia (Spain) and the University

of Chihuahua.

Libro Arte_Abierto

 

DIVERGENT WAYS > NYC Apr 9 – May 3

Embodying divergent views, four artists explore materials, intention and ideas, pushing the limits of possibility and revelation.  –  Stephanie Calla, Director
 
FEATURING WORK BY:
Vero Dalla, Üla Einstein, Ellen Hackl Fagan, Norma Marquez Orozco
Twelve of my works are included:
La Maison d’Art Gallery 259 W. 132nd St., New York City
OPENING:  APRIL 9th, 6:00-9:00 PM  – through May 3, 2013
Gallery Hours: Wed-Fri, 4-7pm,  Sat-Sun, 12-5pm

below: one of Ula Einstein’s 12 works being exhibited
SNAKE - a detail. Mixed media on manipulated Tyvek ©Ula Einstein

SNAKE – a detail. Mixed media on manipulated Tyvek ©Ula Einstein

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Carving Light - detail  ©Ula Einstein

Carving Light – detail
©Ula Einstein

Ula @ the Opening in interview, with photographer Will Vaultz

Ula @ the Opening in interview, with photographer Will Vaultz

 

Culture: Labiennale TV Featured Artist

*…and a
FEATURE / INTERVIEW about my process and work — 2011
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xEGJsMWnS3o
The video offers a partial glimpse and talk about my expanded art practice…

Ula Einstein stopped for coffee on the way to the Robert Miller Gallery for opening

Ula Einstein stopped for coffee on the way to the Robert Miller Gallery for opening

I met the vibrant Italian women ( producer, and photographer) in NYC, from labiennale tv in 2010 where they first saw my work at an exhibition in NYC.
Returning to NYC in 2011, they called to feature my work in their documentation about culture in NYC.