Yesterday the Orange County Museum of Art (OCMA) announced the lineup for the newly inaugurated 2013 California-Pacific Triennial, formerly known as the California Biennial. 

The 32 participating artists hail from 15 countries bordering the Pacific Ocean, geographically contextualizing California art and artists within the broader Pacific Rim region. The California-Pacific Triennial is the only ongoing exhibition in the Western Hemisphere dedicated to this area and is on view June 30 through November 17, 2013. 

The participating artists are:

John Bankston, San Francisco, USA

Brice Bischoff, Los Angeles, USA

Fernando Bryce, Lima, Peru

Masaya Chiba, Tokyo, Japan

Tiffany Chung, Saigon, Vietnam

Hugo Crosthwaite, Tijuana, Mexico

Gabriel de la Mora, Mexico City, Mexico

Dario Escobar, Guatemala City, Guatemala

Pedro Friedeberg, Mexico City, Mexico

Shaun Gladwell, Sydney, Australia

Farrah Karapetian, Los Angeles, USA

Kim Beom, Seoul, Korea

Kimsooja, Seoul, Korea

Robert Legorreta, Los Angeles, USA

Michael Lin, Shanghai, China

Liz Magor, Vancouver, Canada

Danial Nord, Los Angeles, USA

Eko Nugroho, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Yoshua Okón, Mexico City, Mexico

Raquel Ormella, Sydney, Australia

Sebastián Preece, Santiago, Chile

Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook, Chiang Mai, Thailand

Adriana Salazar, Bogotá, Colombia

Mitchell Syrop, Los Angeles, USA

Akio Takamori, Seattle, USA

Koki Tanaka, Los Angeles, USA

Whiting Tennis, Seattle, USA

Lin Tianmiao, Beijing, China

Camille Utterback, San Francisco, USA

Adán Vallecillo, Tegucigalpa, Honduras

Mark Dean Veca, Los Angeles, USA

Wang Guangle, Beijing, China