Triangulation: Past, Present And Future Curated By Elizabeth Tinglof

"Triangulation is thoughtfully selected and impeccably installed, making vivid the connections stated in the curatorial essay. Even more so, it is testimony to the level of professional awareness that is being transmitted to students by the program and its faculty."

Lisa Adams,  Huffington Post Arts and Culture, December 8, 2015

Buried Treasure: An Artists’ Enclave in Hawthorne Rises to the Surface

"For Tinglof, her work is process-oriented, meaning that the materials are not only an integral part of what she creates but often determine how each piece evolves..."

-Bondo Wyszpolski Easy Reader News March 7, 2014


Meet the next generation of artists living and working in Los Angeles. The BOOM 2012 MFA Invitational selected eighty-four artists from Los Angeles’s “big ten” art schools—Art Center, CalArts, Cal State Long Beach, Cal State Northridge, Claremont, Otis, UC Irvine, UC Riverside, UC Santa Barbara, and UCLA. BOOM 2012 ignited my artistic curiosity, and judging by the size of the crowds, I was not the only one inspired by the new kids on the block.

Elizabeth Tinglof

"Tinglof uses unpredictable processes to create objects that embody conflict between that which is synthetic and that which is natural. She received her BFA from Otis College of Art and Design and her MFA from California State University Northridge."

-Julie Novakoff, ARTLOG, September 12, 2012

Read the full article: TEN LA ARTIST'S TO KEEP AN EYE ON

Elizabeth Tinglof Fissure Relief, 2012 Oil, resin and wax on panel 24x36"


Curatorial Review:
Kyle Fitzpatrick, Los Angeles I'm Yours, MFAde in LA: Boom, July 20, 2012