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Analia Saban

20120704042859-ka12hammerinstall01 The Province of Provinces   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Scoli Acosta, Kathryn Andrews, Sarah Conaway, Fiona Connor, Kate Costello, Meg Cranston, Roy Dowell, Zackary Drucker, Rhys Ernst, Patricia Fernández, Dan Finsel, Morgan Fisher, Liz Glynn, Mark Hagen, Zach Harris, Channa Horowitz, Pearl C. Hsiung, Vishal Jugdeo, Mimi Lauter, Thomas Lawson, Meleko Mokgosi, Ruby Neri, D'Ette Nogle, Alex Olson, Camilo Ontiveros, Joel Otterson, Karthik Pandian, Laura Riboli, Analia Saban, Brian Sharp, Ryan Sluggett, David Snyder, Jill Spector, Koki Tanaka, Caroline Thomas, CODY TREPTE, Erika Vogt, Lisa Williamson at Hammer Museum June 2nd, 2012 - September 2nd, 2012
Posted 7/1/12

Los Angeles, a city of developers and opportunists, store-front mystics and varyingly legal working-class migrants, is also by some lights a city of artists. The Hammer Museum recently unveiled its first Los Angeles biennial, an inward-looking affair solely showcasing the work of locals. Can an exhibition thus conceived add up to anything more than narcissism? Sure, but whether this is possible in LA, a city with a profoundly neurotic self-regard, is a question left open by the biennial dubbed M... [more]

20110103225312-analiasaban-tandf Alternative Space   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Analia Saban at Light & Wire Gallery December 5th, 2010 - January 5th, 2011
Posted 1/3/11

For over two years now, Light and Wire Gallery, a project founded by artists Gladys-Katherina Hernando and Jessica Minckley, has existed almost only (so far, they’ve one done physical show) on the Internet. Currently run solely by Hernando, Light and Wire seems like the right forum for video art and work of a more conceptual variety that doesn’t necessarily need to figure out how to use (and could even benefit from not using) an analog space for its illumination. I like their concept and many of the... [more]

Alexonartslant Soul Doubt/Sold Out: Unsold Inventory and Leftovers from the First Decade of the Millenium. Part 2   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Juan Capistran, Paul Cherwick, Alex Israel, Justin Lowman, Josh Mannis, Jonathan Pylypchuk, Analia Saban, Aaron Sandnes at Cottage Home July 17th, 2010 - August 14th, 2010
Posted 8/3/10

With work chosen by three galleries (Thomas Solomon, Kathryn Brennan and China Art Objects), on the other end of town hangs an even more hodgepodge group show at Cottage Home. Over on the right hand side of the room, past the particle-board stage with the musical instruments and stamped aluminum photoflood lights (a sculpture by Jonathan Pylypchuk and Paul Cherwick) sit two sculptures by recently minted USC MFA Alex Israel. Sort of sculptures—sort of conceptual gestures with objects as place... [more]

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