Rebeca Mendez

Rebeca Mendez | the artist

The artist Rebeca Mendez
Born June 8 1962, Mexico City, Mexico.
Lives and works in Los Angeles, California, USA, .
Style and technique of the artist: Architecture, Design, Photography, Video,

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Original artworks, prints, exhibition posters, monographs, books, collectibles.

Her works explore the forces of nature mediated and
modulated by technology.

Biography and art, auction, artworks, interview, statement, website:
Rebeca Méndez
Artist’s homepage

current exhibitions
<p>Rebeca Méndez in group exhibition ‘Second Natures’ at <br />
Eli and Edythe Broad Art Center, UCLA Arts, Los Angeles, California. <br />
Méndez’s list of works in exhibition: HOMELAND 2, 2006 — Homeland 2, <br />
Peace White, Homeland 2, Low Green, Homeland 2, Guarded Blue, Homeland <br />
2, Elevated Yellow, Homeland 2, High Orange, and Homeland 2, Severe <br />

About to Happen 2006
<p>Solo exhibition at ANDLAB/ART, The Brewery, Los Angeles, <br />
featuring works from Méndez’s “Homeland 3” and “About to Happen” series. <br />
Exhibition dates: October 7 – December 12, 2006.</p>

Centre Pompidou
<p>Exhibition dates: March 8 – June 25, 2006 An Exhibition <br />
of Morphosis’ Work at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, France. The <br />
permanent installations I created in collaboration with Thom Mayne and <br />
Kristina Loock were included in Morphosis Retrospective Exhibition at <br />
the Pompidou Center in Paris.</p>

UCLA Design | Media
<p>Rebeca Méndez is Professor at UCLA Design | Media Arts <br />
Department in Los Angeles, California, where she leads the ‘Brand Lab’, <br />
dedicated to the development of design research and strategy, in <br />
particular in the areas of organization, culture, and identity. The <br />
group studies how complex organizations are defined by their public <br />
identities, and how those identities can be strategized and designed. <br />
,Rebeca Méndez Communication Design (RMCD) is a multidisciplinary studio <br />
focused on design for art, architecture and other cultural clients as <br />
well as for nonprofit organizations. RMCD’s practice is in various areas <br />
of design including brand identity strategy and design, architectural <br />
immersive spaces, interface design, way-finding systems, experience <br />
design and artists book design.<br />
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RMCD’s clients include Caltech, MOCA, SFMOMA, Eyebeam Atelier, <br />
Architecture and Design Museum (A+D), The Guggenheim Museum in Berlin, <br />
The Getty Center, Microsoft, Sony, EDS, Imaginary Forces, Young & <br />
Rubicam, Thames & Hudson, Los Angeles Commission on Assaults Against <br />
Women, ARK Restaurants, Morphosis, and Hanover World Expo 2000. As <br />
creative director and head of Brand Integration Group (BIG) for Ogilvy & <br />
Mather, LA, Rebeca Méndez led global branding projects for clients such <br />
as IBM, AT&T Wireless, Trend Micro, Motorola, Mattel Barbie and Hot <br />
Wheels, British Petroleum ‘BP’ and Symantec. RMCD’s projects have been <br />
exhibited throughout the world in venues such as The Centre Pompidou in <br />
Paris, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, The National Design Museum in <br />
New York, The Bard Graduate Center for Studies in the Decorative Arts, <br />
Design and Culture in New York, Museo Jose Luis Cuevas in Mexico City.<br />
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Méndez lectures internationally from Tijuana to Taipei, and has been <br />
reviewed extensively by: Metropolis, I.D. Magazine, 34 Magazine, <br />
Creative Magazine, RES, Communication Arts, Graphis, Eye, Business 2.0, <br />
and Poliester.<br />
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Méndez has received numerous awards from AIGA, The ONE Club, and has <br />
been twice nominated for the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Award and the <br />
Chrysler Design Award.</p>

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