As Artist Lab Resident at 18th Street Arts Center, anarchistic and ecosophistic artist Elena Bajo will develop a site-specific body of work. In With Entheogenic Intent (Burn the Witch), Bajo continues to investigate the “sculptural anarchive” of suppressed political histories, extending her research to the geopolitical context of California. By examining botanical, topographical, and tex...
2nd Cannons is excited to announce a new project space at 2245 E Washington Blvd., Los Angeles 90021, where we share the building with François Ghebaly Gallery, FAHRENHEIT (FLAX) , Los Angeles Contemporary Archive, and DoPe Press.
Inaugural exhibition opens Friday Jan 31, 7 - 10pm
Brian realized what he was watching would never deliver in terms of porn. The fixed camera angle continually frustrat...
Join us for the opening of Ibid's next exhibition in Los Angeles,a group show with works by
Eugene Von BruenchenheinLouise DespontRodrigo MatheusAmir MogharabiTanja RoscicDespina Stokou
Extended until 15 March 2014
February 15th - March 15th
added about 1 month ago
ACME. is pleased to present "Arranging Family," a solo exhibition of new work by Los Angeles based artist Carlee Fernandez. The show features three large-scale photographs and three sculptural works that intimately reflect on the artist's immediate family and lineage. Two of the large-scale photographs depict the artist, her husband, and their two sons. The third photograph depicts one of the art...
A&R is pleased to present Almost Something, Not Quite Nothing... an exhibit that omits curatorial thesis in favor of free association and intuition. The exhibit draws from Harald Szeeman’s assertion that “in order to entertain certain ideas we may be obliged to abandon others upon which we have come to depend.”
In Almost Something, Not Quite Nothing... the constraints of cura...
Last year while reading several of Nabokov’s novels, I kept coming across the word undulation. Fascinated by the wave-like repetition of the word, its sinuous form so suggestive of the way language itself conceals as much as it reveals, I began to conceive of the concept of this exhibition of all video and film. The Undulation of Something Faintly Familiar, a line from Nabokov's Pale Fire, is an...