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Lari Pittman

20110713032951-some_paintings L.A. Weekly Annual Biennial- Artists  
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Lisa Adams, David Amico, Michael Arata, Josh Aster, Hilary Baker, Lynne Berman, Sandow Birk, daniel mendel black, William Brice, Heather Brown, Kristin Calabrese, Steve Canaday, Carol Caroompas, Karen Carson, Scott Cassidy, Mike Chang, Brian Cooper, Daniel Cummings, Linda Day, adrian de la peña, Georganne Deen, Tomory Dodge, Mark Dutcher, Walpa D’Mark, Brad Eberhard, Tim Ebner, Nancy Evans, Amir Fallah, Llyn Foulkes, Charles Garabedian, Alexandra Grant, James Hayward, Todd Hebert, Roger Herman, Gustavo Herrera, David Hockney, Dennis Hollingsworth, Steve Hurd, Charles Irvin, Raffi Kalendarian, Charles Karubian, John Kilduff, Tom Knechte, John Koller, David Korty, Annie Lapin, Spencer Lewis, Jasmine Little, Nick Lowe, Monica Majol, Constance Mallinson, Sam Messer, Robin Mitchell, Dianna Molzan, Rebecca Morris, Ed Moses, Michael Olodort, Man One, Kaz Oshiro, Chris Pate, M.A. Peers, Lari Pittman, Carter Potter, Monique Prieto, Victoria Reynolds, Steve Roden, Michael Schmidt, Allison Schulnik, in Shaw, Brad Spence, Tyler Stallings, Linda Stark, Laurie Steelink, Marie Thibeault, Dani Tull, Esther Pearl Watson, Patty Wickman, Robert Williams, Tom Wudl at Track 16 Gallery January 12th, 2008 - February 16th, 2008
Posted 8/14/13

"Recently emerging from Cal State Long Beach, John Koller has been burning through the history of Modernist painting, incorporating what works for him and moving on to the next idiom. His recent gnarly architectural abstractions are his most well-synthesized to date."-Doug HarveyWriter, Curator [more]

20101112150134-00220101113 Contemporary Attitudes Towards Nature   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Darren Almond, John Bock, Carroll Dunham, Roe Ethridge, Liam Gillick, Henrik Håkansson, Lothar Hempel, Olav Christopher Jenssen, Jim Lambie, Albert Oehlen, Lari Pittman, Thomas Struth at Gerhardsen Gerner November 12th, 2010 - January 14th, 2011
Posted 12/14/10

In this group exhibition at Gerhardsen Gerner, twelve artists investigate contemporary attitudes toward nature.In their celebrated text "Dialektik der Aufklärung / Dialectic of Enlightenment” (1944), Theodor Adorno and Max Horkheimer write that “the fully enlightened Earth radiates disaster triumphant”. While this insight is now more than half a century old, it still rings true. We live in an age of disappearance: in a world with no blank spots left on the map, we are more likely to see somethi... [more]

Pittman1 New Work   Pick-button-5bf6c1b36c3b74ec8f312c7c9f6f1ae3
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Lari Pittman at Gerhardsen Gerner September 25th, 2009 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Posted 9/21/09

  c/o – Gerhardsen Gerner is very pleased to open the fall season with an exhibition of works by the American artist Lari Pittman. This is the second exhibition by the Los Angeles-based artist in our space, where he presents four new large format wall canvases as well as six new works on paper. Cactuses often play a prominent role in Lari Pittman´s recent paintings. Their green, often phallic protuberances impose a startling presence on the flat arid planes of many a desert; a wide range of ad... [more]

20101014181811-delalozaweb 20 ears ago today from Jorge  
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Lynn Aldrich, Cindy Bernard, Natalie Bookchin, Erica Cho, Sandra de la Loza, Roy Dowell, Eve Fowler, Harry Gamboa Jr., Todd Gray, Jim Isermann, Won Ju Lim, Hilja Keading, Charles LaBelle, William Leavitt, Jesse Lerner, Monica Majoli, Daniel J. Martinez, Dominique Moody, Kori Newkirk, Ruby Osorio, Lari Pittman, Rachel Rosenthal, Erika Rothenberg, Betye Saar, Lezley Saar, Connie Samaras, Kyungmi Shin, Haruko Tanaka, JOHN VALADEZ, Sara Velas, Megan Williams, Bruce Yonemoto, Norman Yonemoto at Japanese American National Museum October 4th, 2008 - January 11th, 2009
Posted 1/13/09

From Jorge,   While visiting the show i encountered various works from various artists. Most works did not capture my attention, but there was an exception, well three actually. The video installation of the bear was very captivating. Also the artist books that were there were very thrilling, a look a gritty look at a gritty artist. My favorite piece was the buffalo. The End. Love you Clement. [more]

20101014181811-delalozaweb New Genres 2008  
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Lynn Aldrich, Cindy Bernard, Natalie Bookchin, Erica Cho, Sandra de la Loza, Roy Dowell, Eve Fowler, Harry Gamboa Jr., Todd Gray, Jim Isermann, Won Ju Lim, Hilja Keading, Charles LaBelle, William Leavitt, Jesse Lerner, Monica Majoli, Daniel J. Martinez, Dominique Moody, Kori Newkirk, Ruby Osorio, Lari Pittman, Rachel Rosenthal, Erika Rothenberg, Betye Saar, Lezley Saar, Connie Samaras, Kyungmi Shin, Haruko Tanaka, JOHN VALADEZ, Sara Velas, Megan Williams, Bruce Yonemoto, Norman Yonemoto at Japanese American National Museum October 4th, 2008 - January 11th, 2009
Posted 1/13/09

Dear Diary, Today I'm writing about getting 10 more points by doing this assignment and hopefully finishing  the final... As usual I am become the tool and recieved most of the work but aside from that... The most memorable thing i saw in the Japanese history museum was the piece with the half-a-buffalo ramed into a mirror... Mainly because it was quite confusing and made me think alot about why it was made like as such... Mainly what i concluded was that the artist was either thinking that it w... [more]

20101014181811-delalozaweb 20 ears ago today  
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Lynn Aldrich, Cindy Bernard, Natalie Bookchin, Erica Cho, Sandra de la Loza, Roy Dowell, Eve Fowler, Harry Gamboa Jr., Todd Gray, Jim Isermann, Won Ju Lim, Hilja Keading, Charles LaBelle, William Leavitt, Jesse Lerner, Monica Majoli, Daniel J. Martinez, Dominique Moody, Kori Newkirk, Ruby Osorio, Lari Pittman, Rachel Rosenthal, Erika Rothenberg, Betye Saar, Lezley Saar, Connie Samaras, Kyungmi Shin, Haruko Tanaka, JOHN VALADEZ, Sara Velas, Megan Williams, Bruce Yonemoto, Norman Yonemoto at Japanese American National Museum October 4th, 2008 - January 11th, 2009
Posted 1/13/09

although I really enjoyed a few of the pieces in the show,  I didnt feel any sort of connection or fluidity in the show. It was hard for me to take anything from the show, as it was very mixed up, making it hard to concentrate on any sort of theme in particular. I liked the colorful car crash painting though. [more]

20101014181811-delalozaweb 20 years ago today  
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Lynn Aldrich, Cindy Bernard, Natalie Bookchin, Erica Cho, Sandra de la Loza, Roy Dowell, Eve Fowler, Harry Gamboa Jr., Todd Gray, Jim Isermann, Won Ju Lim, Hilja Keading, Charles LaBelle, William Leavitt, Jesse Lerner, Monica Majoli, Daniel J. Martinez, Dominique Moody, Kori Newkirk, Ruby Osorio, Lari Pittman, Rachel Rosenthal, Erika Rothenberg, Betye Saar, Lezley Saar, Connie Samaras, Kyungmi Shin, Haruko Tanaka, JOHN VALADEZ, Sara Velas, Megan Williams, Bruce Yonemoto, Norman Yonemoto at Japanese American National Museum October 4th, 2008 - January 11th, 2009
Posted 12/30/08

an interesting show. there seemed to be a definite lack of space, as everything generally was crowded together which didn't work so much with such a diverse millieu of art...however the variety served as a visual sampler and, if they were spaced appropriately, the peices could have dictated an interesting and varied narrative without confusing or overwhelming the viewer. the only contemporary art show i can even remember seeing at janm, which might speak for something. [more]

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