Hernandez, Jo(anne) Farb

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HERNANDEZ, Jo(anne) Farb

HERNANDEZ, Jo(anne) Farb. American, b. 1952. Genres: Art/Art history, Cultural/Ethnic topics, Mythology/Folklore. Career: Museum of Cultural History, University of California, Los Angeles, curatorial assistant, 1974-75; Dallas Museum of Fine Arts, TX, curator and educational assistant, 1976-77; East Texas State University, Commerce, adjunct professor, 1977; Triton Museum of Art, Santa Clara, CA, assistant to the director, 1977-78, director, 1978-85; John F. Kennedy University, San Francisco, CA, adjunct professor of museum studies, 1979; Monterey Peninsula Museum of Art, CA, director, 1985-93, consulting curator, 1994-; Curatorial and Museum Management Services, Watsonville, CA, director, 1993-; San Diego Museum of Art, CA, guest curator, 1995-; University of California, Santa Cruz, lecturer, 1999-2000; San Jose State University, professor and gallery director, 2000-. Visiting lecturer at institutions worldwide. Publications: (with S.R. Hernandez) The Day of the Dead: Tradition and Change in Contemporary Mexico, 1979; Crime and Punishment: Reflections of Violence in Contemporary Art, 1984; Three from the Northern Island: Contemporary Sculpture from Hokkaido, 1984; Anders Aldrin, 1990; (with C. Shere) The Expressive Sculpture of Alvin Light, 1990; Lorser Feitelson: Exploration of the Figure, 1919-1929, 1990; Two Sides of the Same Reality: The World and I, 1990; (with M. Levy) Alan Shepp: The Language of Stone, 1991; The Quiet Eye: Poetry of Shoji Hamada and Bernard Leach, 1991; (with C. Berney and A. White) Armin Hansen: The Jane and Justin Dart Collection, 1993; (with N. Boas) Wonderful Colors: The Paintings of August Francois Gay, 1993; Jeanette Maxfield Lewis: A Centennial Celebration, 1994; Jeremy Anderson: The Critical Link/A Quiet Revolution, 1995; (with J. Beardsley and R. Cardinal) A.G. Rizzoli: Architect of Magnificent Visions, 1997; Misch Kohn: Beyond the Tradition, 1998; (with P. Karlstrom) Fire and Flux/An Undaunted Vision: The Art of Charles Strong, 1998; Mel Ramos: The Galatea Series, 2000; Holly Lane: Small Miracles, 2001; (with F. Gualdoni and E. Mascelloni) Mel Ramos, 2001; (with others) Irvin Tepper: When Cops Speak/Life with the Cop, 2002; (with P. Sanders) Sam Richardson, 2002; (with P. Linhares and M. Tromble) Marc D'Estout: Domestic Objects, 2003. Contributor to books and periodicals. Address: Curatorial and Museum Management Services, 345 White Rd, Watsonville, CA 95076, U.S.A.

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