The Coachella Valley Art Scene and Westfield Palm Desert are proud to announce the opening reception for their new collaborative space, MAKE, debut featuring a solo art exhibition by Adam Enrique Rodriguez’s body of work titled “SELFIEXAMINATION” on Friday, February 19th from 6:00pm – 8:00pm.
‘SELFIEXAMINATION: deconstruction of the self portrait’ is an exploration into an artist’s personal identity reflecting on the historical significance of the self-portrait as compared to today’s cultural relevance of the ‘selfie’.
Experience Adam’s work at this exclusive show, hosted by The Coachella Valley Art Scene.
Located at The CVAS x Westfield’s latest collaboration project titled, “MAKE”, located at lower level, near Macy’s.
ABOUT ADAM ENRIQUE RODRIGUEZ
Adam Enrique Rodriguez is a Southern California based artist known for his abstract street art style paintings of faces and human figures. He incorporates classical techniques of old masters and modern masters in contrast to an expressive child-like quality that invokes a psychological and an emotional impact on the viewer.
At a young age his first painting was sold to the Broad Art Foundation private collection and had his work displayed at Palm Springs Art Museum. Rodriguez’s work centralizes around personal identity and how it relates to the human condition as a whole. His work has been internationally published as album artwork and in fashion magazines. Rodriguez is also a resident muralist at Joshua Tree Musical Festival. Since 2015 he has been represented by Yeh.jin as well as the Coachella Valley Art Scene.
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