An exhibition of the works of these fellowship recipients took place in September 2006, at the Pasadena Armory Center for the Arts.
|VINCENT FECTEAU received his B.A.from Wesleyan University in 1992. Since then he has lived and worked in San Francisco. Most recently he has had shows in London at greengrassi, in New York at Feature, Inc. and with Tomma Abts at the Van Abbemuseum in Eindhoven. He is the recipient of a 2005 John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellowship and will present new work in the fall of 2006 at Galerie Daniel Buchholz in Cologne.
|EVAN HOLLOWAY has been publicly exhibiting his sculpture since 1992. He recieved an MFA in 1997 from the University of California, Los Angeles. Group exhibitions include "Mise-en-scene: new LA sculpture" at the Santa Monica Museum of Art, "New Work" at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the 2002 Whitney Biennial at the Whitney Museum of American Art. He has presented one person exhibitions in Los Angeles, London, Brussels and Naples.
|MONICA MAJOLI is based in Los Angeles. For over fifteen years, through her artistic practice, she has examined the relationship between physicality as expressed through sexuality and the intangible aspects of consciousness and identity. She received both her B.A. (1989) and her MFA (1992) in painting from the University of California, Los Angeles. She has participated in numerous group exhibitions nationally and internationally and has had solo shows at Feature, Inc. in New York and Air de Paris, France. She is represented by Gagosian Gallery in Los Angeles and is scheduled to exhibit her work at Gagosian Gallery in New York in the spring of 2006. In addition to receiving the 2006 FOCA fellowship, Ms. Majoli was the recipient of a Getty Grant from the California Community Foundation in 2002, and was the Diebenkorn Teaching Fellow at the San Francisco Art Institute in 2001. She is currently teaching in the Graduate Studies program at Yale, at UC Berkeley and the San Francisco Art Institute. Her work is in numerous private collections and is represented in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York.