Project Angel Food is thrilled to announce the release of two new fine art prints, part of our ongoing Angel Art limited edition series, by Los Angeles based artists Tidawhitney Lek and Edgar Ramirez.
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100% of the profits will go toward our Medically Tailored Meal delivery program for the 2,500 critically ill clients we serve daily.
Tidawhitney's limited edition for Project Angel Food is a print of her painting Remember the War, 2022. Remember is now a part of the Scantland Collection at the Columbus Museum of Art and features the exquisite and sinister detail of domestic life impacted by violent political machinations.
Tidawhitney Lek(b. 1992, Long Beach, California) received a BFA from California State University, Long Beach. Her work is currently on view in her first solo exhibition Living Spaces at the Long Beach Museum of Art through February 4, 2024. Recent solo exhibitions include Taymour Grahne Projects, London (2022, 2021); Sow & Tailor, Los Angeles (2022); and Luna Anaïs Gallery, Los Angeles (2021). Recent group presentations include those at The Hammer Museum, Los Angeles (currently on view through December 31, 2023); Ben Brown Fine Arts, London (2022); Long Beach Museum of Art (2022); Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami (2021); and Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara, California (2020).
Edgar's limited edition for Project Angel Food is a print of his painting Remnant No. 6, 2023. Remnant was recently featured in Edgar's second solo exhibition at Chris Sharp Gallery, Los Angeles, and is a meditation on the deleterious impact of industry on the many environmentally vulnerable neighborhoods Angelenos call "home."
Edgar Ramirez (b. 1989, Los Angeles, California) received his MFA from the ArtCenter College of Design, Pasadena (2020) and his BFA at Otis College of Art and Design, Los Angeles (2018). His work has been featured in two-person presentations and group exhibitions at Lisson Gallery, New York (2023); François Ghebaly, Los Angeles (2023); Long Beach Museum of Art (2023); The Mistake Room, Los Angeles (2022); and Show Gallery, Los Angeles (2022) as a Quinn Emanuel Artist-in-Residence. Edgar's work is also included in the City of Santa Monica's public collection.
Since 2014, Project Angel Food’s Angel Art limited edition series has raised more than $500,000 for Angelenos who are sick, hungry, and alone. Past artist-collaborators include Cecily Brown, Sayre Gomez, Lauren Halsey, Enrique Martinez Celaya, Julie Mehretu, Jesse Mockrin, Christina Quarles, Robert Rauschenberg, and Ed Ruscha.