This the link of my new gallery representation in Houston, Texas.Thanks to Margaret Smithers-Crump, Owner & Director of Hunter Gather Project for her kindness and interest.
This is the English version of the Catalogue Crónicas de la Tierra of the Solo Exhibition I had at the Museo de Antropologia de Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico in July 2013. You can preview the entire catalogue online.
Cronicas de la Tierra is a catalogue of Arielle Masson's Paintings with 36 color reproductions and an essay by curator Surpik Angelini. It has been prepared in conjunction with her one person exhibition at the Museum of Anthropology of Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico, June 28 to August 4, 2013.The essay is in Spanish.
Crónicas de la Tierra es un catalogo de las Pinturas de Arielle Masson. Contiene 36 reproducciones a color y un ensayo por la curadora Surpik Angelini. Acompaña la exposición individual de la artista en la sala de temporales del Museo de Antropología de Xalapa, Veracruz, México, del 28 de Junio al 4 de Agosto 2013.
- Oye Veracruz- 2013-06-28
Crónicas de la Tierra
La Artista Arielle Masson platica sobre su reciente exposición en el MAX por Myrna Tenorio Pérez
Diario de Xalapa, 28 de Junio del 2013.
Exhibe Arielle Masson sus Crónicas de la Tierra. Redacción/Diario de Xalapa.
Arielle Masson expondrá Crónicas de la Tierra en el MAX.
Publicado el 27. jun, 2013 - Proyecto Veracruz
The CruzDiez Foundation presents its Pedagogical Project,The Doors of Perception, the first seminar that stems
from the wishes, concepts and intellectual legacy of Carlos Cruz-Diez.
The objective of this seminar, initiated by Arielle Masson Instructor of the Glassell School of Art, Museum of Fine Arts Houston is to stimulate the students into an artistic inquiry and new modes of artistic practices.
They are asked to elaborate and construct a Labyrinth of Deconditioning, after an unrealized project by Carlos Cruz-Diez.
A documentary of the entire process was realized at the end of the semester that retraced not only the concepts, but the aspirations of the students as well as the visuals produced in the seminar.Excerpts of Carlos Cruz-Diez Master Class are also featured.
Visual Art Alliance of Houston Studio Visit, 2011.
"ARIELLE MASSON, Journey of Movement"
by Stacey Holzer.
ArtSource Houston is a curated online resource for locating fine art currently available through artists studios in the Houston area.
Artist profile, with Bio, Statement, and Portfolio on line.
"Christopher French and Arielle Masson: Matrices",
by Pam Horsman.
at space125gallery, 2004
"Art, Au Naturel"
By Dylan Otto Krider,
Arts In Transit North Line.
Description of the designs.