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LA. Louver is pleased to present a solo exhibition of new wo rk by David Hockney. Developed by Hockney over the past two years in his Lo s Angeles studio. the new works explore the relationship between painting a nd photography\, the artist's interest in depicting perspective. as well as his fascination with using new technology to create images.

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David Hockney\, Los Angeles.

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2015 Throughout his 50-year career\, experimentation with technology has been at the core of Hockney&rs quo\;s work and curiosity. At 77 years of age\, Hockney continues his relen tless endeavor to develop new methods of image making. The photographs in t he exhibition\, described by Hockney as "photographic drawings.&rdquo\; are comprised of hundreds of images\, all captured at close range. The collect ion of digital images is then seamlessly stitched together and enhanced to construct a singular composition. but with multiple vanishing points. This approach echoes Hockney&rsquo\;s earlier photographic collages that used pr ocessed film prints\, one of the most recognized being Pearblossom Hwy\ , 11-18th April\, 1986 #2 (Collection of J. Paul Getty Museum\, Los An geles. CA). Both traditional and digital methods elevate photography as a m edium to \; \;portray altered perspective\, and the notion of time within a pictorial space. However\, Hockney&rsquo\;s new technique embraces the possibilities of the digital age\, and pushes the sense of spatial dim ension in these innovative images beyond that of their chemical counterpart s. &ldquo\;Everything in the photograph is taken very close. Each photograp h has a vanishing point\, so instead of just one I get many vanishing point s.&rdquo\; says Hockney. &ldquo\;It is this that gives them an almost 3D ef fect without the glasses. I think this opens up photography into something new.&rdquo\;  \;

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After a decade-l ong residence in East Yorkshire producing landscape works of the English co untryside\, Hockney returned to Los Angeles in 2013 and immediately began a productive period of painting in the studio. These paintings\, including p ortraits of friends\, studio assistants and visitors\, as well as studio in teriors\, informed the conceptual basis for Hockney's new photographic seri es. Painting allowed Hockney to  \;determine subject and composition\, but moreover\, it provided the visual  \;understanding of how to frame each photograph. A selection of these paintings is also on view.  \;

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Painting and Photography marks Hockney&rsquo\;s 16th solo exhibition at L.A.  \;Louver since 1978. &n bsp\;

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A fully illustrated catalogue\, designed by the artist\, has been published on the occasion of the exhibit ion.

DTEND:20150919 DTSTAMP:20150630T082832 DTSTART:20150715 GEO:33.984684;-118.4706679 LOCATION:L.A. Louver\,45 North Venice Blvd. \nVenice\, CA 90291 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Painting and Photography\, David Hockney UID:388470 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150715T200000 DTSTAMP:20150630T082832 DTSTART:20150715T180000 GEO:33.984684;-118.4706679 LOCATION:L.A. Louver\,45 North Venice Blvd. \nVenice\, CA 90291 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Painting and Photography\, David Hockney UID:388471 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Join \;Michelada Think Tank \ ;on Monday\, June 29 at 7pm for the launch of \;Race\, Art\, &a mp\; Survival. This project is part of our summer residency at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions and in conjunction with \;Chats About Change. \ ;

In this kick-off session we pose the question\, &ldquo\;If the re were a PoC Survival Guide for artists\, what topics would you want it to cover?&rdquo\; This think tank will serve to "crowdsource" content for the survival guide we all wish we had. Artists and activists of color are invi ted to a conversation where we share the relevant issues and survival skill s encountered and employed by communities of color working in the arts.&nbs p\;

Come have a michelada\, vent\, and let&rsquo\;s figure out h ow to \;help one another. \;

White allies who'd like to attend are welcome as respectful observers\, giving space for the concern o f artists and activists of color.

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< br />Are we so busy surviving that we forget to be radical?

This summer Michelada Think Tank (MTT) will inhabit the LACE Project Room with a humorous and critical exploration of survival under a framework of instit utional racism in the arts. Through a series of weekly think tank sessions\ , MTT will bring people together to talk about survival strategies for arti sts of color working in a predominantly white art world. The knowledge gene rated in these discussions will be compiled and published as a "PoC Surviva l Guide" in LACE&rsquo\;s Project Room\, and later as a book. This guide wi ll be a tongue-in-cheek look at how artists are impacted by race. If artist s of color can come together as a community to make survival easier\, we ca n then begin to foster more radical artistic practices.

MTT will be holding think tanks at sites where communities of color are working\; s ome of the sessions will be open forums at LACE while other sessions will t ake place elsewhere.

Race\, Art\, and Survival - Michelada Think Tank &\; Chats About Change is a continuation of the Chats About Change series\, a project organized by artists Robby Herbst and Elana Mann\, whic h was initiated with a symposium in January of 2015. Chats About Change ask s questions\, wages debates\, and supports artists and activists seeking ex perimental ways to affect Southern California and beyond.

DTEND:20150629T200000 DTSTAMP:20150630T082832 DTSTART:20150629T190000 GEO:34.0675686;-118.2356123 LOCATION:Human Resources\,410 Cottage Home St. \nLos Angeles\, CA 90012 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Michelada Think Tank & Chats About Change present Race\, Art\, & Su rvival UID:388465 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Kohn Gallery is pleased to ann ounce The West Coast AvantGarde: 1950 &ndash\; Present\, an exciti ng group show spanning generations of California-based artists whose varied practices gave rise to a style that resonates in both art history and youn ger artists today. Many of the most influential post-war American art movem ents are closely tied to the West Coast\, despite being written out of the art historical record until very recently. Pop\, Light and Space\, action p ainting\, assemblage\, Minimalism\, Conceptualism\, and Hard Edge\, to name a few\, all had roots in California. Many of these California-based artist s knew\, or knew of\, each other and together developed an avantgarde sensi bility that transcended their stylistic or generational differences.

\n< p style="text-align: justify\;">The West Coast Avant Garde: 1950 &ndash \; Present is a survey of the incredible work made in California begin ning in the mid-1950&rsquo\;s and continuing to present day by a careful se lection of influential artists.

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Kohn Gallery has championed the careers of West Coast artists for 30 years\, not only by representing canonical artists such as as Bruce Conner\, Wallace B erman\, Joe Goode\, John Altoon and Larry Bell\, but also by creating chall enging and meaningful contemporary contexts.

DTEND:20150904 DTSTAMP:20150630T082832 DTSTART:20150717 GEO:34.093196;-118.338969 LOCATION:Kohn Gallery\,1227 N. Highland Avenue \nLos Angeles\, CA 90038 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The West Coast Avant-Garde: 1950 - Present\, Lita Albuquerque\, Ric hard Diebenkorn\, John Altoon\, Llyn Foulkes\, Wallace Berman\, Joe Goode\, Larry Bell\, Jess Collins\, Charles Brittin\, John McLaughlin\, Bruce Conn er\, Ed Ruscha UID:388461 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150717T200000 DTSTAMP:20150630T082832 DTSTART:20150717T180000 GEO:34.093196;-118.338969 LOCATION:Kohn Gallery\,1227 N. Highland Avenue \nLos Angeles\, CA 90038 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:The West Coast Avant-Garde: 1950 - Present\, Lita Albuquerque\, Joh n Altoon\, Larry Bell\, Wallace Berman\, Charles Brittin\, Jess Collins\, B ruce Conner\, Richard Diebenkorn\, Llyn Foulkes\, Joe Goode\, John McLaughl in\, Ed Ruscha UID:388462 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Hired by 356 S. Mission Road \;

First servici ng: \;Sunday\, June 28\, \;3 - 5 PM \;

DTEND:20150628T170000 DTSTAMP:20150630T082832 DTSTART:20150628T150000 GEO:34.04298;-118.227011 LOCATION:356 Mission\,356 South Mission Road \nLos Angeles\, CA 90033 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Some Cleaning: A Choreographic Service by Adam Linder UID:388452 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

TI F SIGFRIDS \;is pleased to announce A \;Pa inted Horse by Joe Sola (with Matthew Chambers\, Sayre Gomez\, Rudy K. Slob eck\, and others). \; The show will be open by appointment only from \;July 11 \; &ndash\; August 8. \; This is Joe Sola&rsquo\;s second solo exhibition with the gallery .

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For this show\, Sola explores the use of everyday materials and techniques common to contemporary animal grooming practices and presents us with a pai nted miniature horse. \; \; Originally bred as pets for nobility in the 17th century and known to be amongst the rare species of animals in Ki ng Louis XIV&rsquo\;s menagerie at Versailles\, Sola embraces the animal&rs quo\;s potential for visual pleasure and transposes an abstract language on to this rather unconventional painting surface.
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With palatial images in mind\, the artist will transform the g allery to resemble the dining room of a prosperous collector of contemporar y art. \; Surrounded by walls adorned with new works by Matthew Chamber s\, \;Sayre Gomez\, and Rudy K. Slobeck\, Riba\, the painted horse\, wi ll roam freely as if at home.
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In a departure from a recent body of work that explores the way in which art can frame the space that surrounds it (Portraits: An Exhibition in Tif Sig frids&rsquo\; Ear\, TIF SIGFRIDS 2013\, \;Brownsound\, Ar t Expo Chicago 2014\, \;Car salespeople selling my paintings at Art Los Angeles Contemporary\, Art Los Angeles Contemporary\, 2015)\, Sol a explores the inverse in a setting in which it is possible for the context of domesticity to open up new and appealing possibilities for understandin g his artwork.
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Joe Sola&rsquo\;s wo rk has been included in numerous museum exhibitions\, including Damage Cont rol: Art and Destruction Since 1950\, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden \, Washington D.C. 2013\, Nudes Descending a Staircase\, Hammer Museum\, Lo s Angeles\, CA 2009\, and Hard Targets: Masculinity and Sport\, Los Angeles County Museum of Art\, Los Angeles\, CA 2008.
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His work is held in several museum collections including\, The Los Angeles County Museum of Art\; The Hammer Museum\, Los Angeles\; \; The High Museum of Art\, Atlanta\, Georgia\; \;The Portland Museum of A rt\; \;and the Art Museum at the University of Kentucky.
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Riba\, the horse that will be used as part of this ex hibition\, will only be in the installation for opening hours.For the durat ion of the exhibition she will be shuttled to and from her loving home in t he San Fernando Valley by a professional horse wrangler who will look after her general health and provide her with fresh water and choice hay through out the day.  \;During the exhibition she will receive daily Reike trea tments to both measure and support her well being. \; The artist\, work ing with a leading professional animal \;groomer\, used creative groomi ng hair dye specifically designed for use on animals. \; \;Only fo ur visitors at a time will be permitted into the gallery to view the exhibi tion.
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The gallery will be open by appointment only\, \; Wednesday \;&ndash\; \;Saturday\, July 11 \;&ndash\; \;Augu st 8.Appointments are 20 minutes each between the hours of& nbsp\;11 AM and 3 \;PM \;each day. Between the hours of \;1:00& nbsp\;- 2:00 PM \;the horse will be given a break and will not be avail able for viewing.  \;Please note that there will be no \;opening re ception \;the evening of \;Saturday\, July 11 \;and appointment s for this day between the hours of \;11 AM - 3 \;PM \;will be limited.
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Special thanks to interior designer Adam Straus for his indelible contribution to the exhibition.

DTEND:20150808 DTSTAMP:20150630T082832 DTSTART:20150711 GEO:34.098385;-118.331264 LOCATION:Tif Sigfrids\,1507 Wilcox Avenue \nLos Angeles\, CA 90028 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:A Painted Horse by Joe Sola (with Matthew Chambers\, Sayre Gomez\, Rudy K. Slobeck\, and others)\, Joe Sola UID:388451 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

The artists \;Thomas Deman d\, \;Elad Lassry\, and \;Catherine Opie \;discuss themes in th e exhibition \;Perfect Li keness \;with curator \;Russell Ferguson.

DTEND:20150628T150000 DTSTAMP:20150630T082832 DTSTART:20150628T140000 GEO:34.0593793;-118.4437966 LOCATION:Hammer Museum\,10899 Wilshire Boulevard \nLos Angeles\, CA 90024 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Hammer Panel: Photography and Composition\, Thomas Demand\, Elad La ssry\, Catherine Opie UID:388450 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
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New Babylon
Organized by Michael Dopp
Ju ly 18 - August 15\, 2015
Opening Reception: July 18th\, 6-8pm

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Edgar Bryan

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Joakim Dahlqvist

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Micheal Dopp

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Nick Fisher

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Sara Gernsbacher

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Marcus Herse

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Whitney H ubbs

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Shoshi Kanokohata

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Nevine Mahmoud

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Thomas McDone ll

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Isaac Resnikoff

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Philippe de Sablet

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Estelle Srivi jittakar

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Bobbi Woods

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Roberts &\; Tilton is pleased to present New Babylon\, an exhibition organized by Mich ael Dopp. The exhibition brings together fourteen artists based on an under lying sensibility exploring the collaborative aggregate as a symbolic socia l space with moveable articulations. New Babylon takes its form as a freest anding structure designed by architect Joakim Dahlqvist\, with the artworks on view - sculpture\, painting\, ceramic\, and photography - functioning a s both autonomous objects and site-specific installations within the buildi ng's apparatus.

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As a gallery turned out from within itself\, New Babylon is as much a structure of wood as it is space. Its se emingly unfinished state - a framework of 2x4's with open walls and ceiling s - allows for an uninterrupted process\, or wandering\, through the site. In this arrangement\, space is both paradoxically delineated and unlimited. As a result of this articulation of new variables through the inclusion of art\, the individual works become increasingly more complex when viewed al ongside and within this structural containment.

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Dopp's hybridized m ethodology of participating as and alongside artists represents a new gener ation of contemporary art practice born of necessity and its surroundings. This affinity first took form as No Vex\, an artist-run dj and performance night Dopp organized with Calvin Marcus\, and later Lisa Madonna. No Vex oc curred every Tuesday night at the Hyperion Tavern\, Silver Lake from early 2012 through late 2014. Dopp's was an open bar collaboration conceived\, cu rated\, and constructed by Isaac Resnikoff\, Michael Dopp\, and Calvin Marc us in 2014. Initially hosted at Marcus's studio in Lincoln Heights\, its la st incarnation was at 356 Mission during the 2014 World Cup series. Dopp's was part of a consecutive series of exhibitions and events coalescing the s pirit of collaboration and social space with artists whose work emphasized sport\, leisure\, and could be purposed as functional items in a bar settin g. Arturo Bandini\, Dopp's current project with Resnikoff\, continues in br inging together disparate artists in a similar fashion as did No Vex and Do pp's. \;

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The tenant of constant through Dopp's various gestures remains his investigation into the interrelation between the creat ive act and the social act. In New Babylon\, Dopp returns to the site of ar chitecture as the source of collaboration. Whereas Dopp's was a space built within another space\, Arturo Bandini is an autonomous structure built fro m the ground up\; New Babylon encompasses both. Cohabiting between modes of representation\, New Babylon is an alternative situation challenging the d efinition of the art object through its placement\, and displacement\, in s paces of collectivism.

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For additional information\, please contact Camille Weiner at camille@robertsandtilton.com\, 323.549.0223. Gallery hour s are Tuesday &ndash\; Saturday\, 11:00am &ndash\; 6:00pm.
Roberts &a mp\; Tilton is located between Fairfax Avenue and La Cienega Boulevard.
Parking is available on the street and at Dunn Edwards located 1/2 block east of the gallery. \;

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101/EXHIBIT is now highlighting a distinguished selection of gallery inventory works by artists Charles Pfahl\, Ian Ingram\, and Larry Rivers. The works assembled together here have not been previously exhibite d on the West Coast. The feature will run until Tuesday\, August 4th at 892 0 Melrose Ave on the corner of North Almont Drive\, one block south of Sant a Monica Blvd.

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Since 2009\, 101/EXHIBIT has managed sole representa tion of American Realist painter Charles Pfahl (American\, 1946-2013) and t he estate upon his passing. On view will be an assortment of 2D works rangi ng from early drawings and mixed media paintings to the large-scale oil on canvas\, entitled Shadow\, which is the final painting completed by the art ist. The gallery has also produced a new 263 page monograph with a JHT Genu ine cloth wrapped cover and slip case which is now available at the gallery or through the site (click for info).

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Ian I ngram came to be represented by 101/EXHIBIT in the wake of the closing of B arry Friedman\, Ltd in New York City\, who previously represented the artis t. On view will be three large-scale charcoal on paper self portraits rangi ng from 2009-13. The artist is currently producing his first solo show with the gallery set for the winter of 2015-16.

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The gallery will also f eature a number of privately held selections by the late American Pop Artis t Larry Rivers. As the gallery looks deeper into the career of the artist a nd his significance within the context of the 20th century\, we would like to share a pre-emptive glimpse of his Construct paintings as we plan our fo rthcoming survey of his Birds of America works from the late 1990s.

DTEND:20150804 DTSTAMP:20150630T082832 DTSTART:20150530 GEO:34.0807161;-118.3873912 LOCATION:101/EXHIBIT\,8920 Melrose Avenue \nWest Hollywood\, CA 90069 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Gallery Feature\, Ian Ingram\, Larry Rivers\, Charles Pfahl UID:388227 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20150822 DTSTAMP:20150630T082832 DTSTART:20150710 GEO:34.0314527;-118.3761739 LOCATION:Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects\,6006 Washington Blvd \nCu lver City\, CA 90232 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Bart Exposito UID:388157 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150710T200000 DTSTAMP:20150630T082832 DTSTART:20150710T180000 GEO:34.0314527;-118.3761739 LOCATION:Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects\,6006 Washington Blvd \nCu lver City\, CA 90232 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Bart Exposito UID:388158 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20150822 DTSTAMP:20150630T082832 DTSTART:20150710 GEO:34.0314527;-118.3761739 LOCATION:Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects\,6006 Washington Blvd \nCu lver City\, CA 90232 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Shana Lutker UID:388155 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150710T200000 DTSTAMP:20150630T082832 DTSTART:20150710T180000 GEO:34.0314527;-118.3761739 LOCATION:Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects\,6006 Washington Blvd \nCu lver City\, CA 90232 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Shana Lutker UID:388156 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20150912 DTSTAMP:20150630T082832 DTSTART:20150806 GEO:34.089333;-118.338197 LOCATION:Hannah Hoffman Gallery\,1010 N Highland Ave. \nLos Angeles\, CA 90 038 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Joint Exhibition\, Margaret Lee\, Emily Sundblad UID:388153 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150806T200000 DTSTAMP:20150630T082832 DTSTART:20150806T180000 GEO:34.089333;-118.338197 LOCATION:Hannah Hoffman Gallery\,1010 N Highland Ave. \nLos Angeles\, CA 90 038 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Joint Exhibition\, Margaret Lee\, Emily Sundblad UID:388154 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
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Ch ristopher Grimes Gallery is pleased to announce a solo exhibition of new wo rks by Lucia Koch. Throughout her career Lucia Koch has become kno wn for her interventions within existing architecture\, either through her use of sculpture\, photography\, video or colored filters. In this\, her se cond exhibition with the gallery\, she will intersect the entire space with a gradient printed on fabric &mdash\; something that moves in space but is constant\, subtle\, transformative and never repeating. In addition\, ordi nary windows will be replaced with colored panels disrupting one&rsquo\;s e xpectation\, and images of small\, empty containers enlarged to architectur al scale disassociate the photographs from their references and challenge h ow we relate to space. Through all of these strategies\, Koch elevates basi c elements of architecture to effect change in one&rsquo\;s immediate atmos phere and physical surroundings.

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Luci a Koch (b. 1966\, Porto Alegre\, Brazil) lives and works in Sã\;o Pau lo\, Brazil. She has recently participated in Prospect 3\, New Orl eans\, LA (2015)\, curated by Franklin Sirmans\; Cruzamentos: Contempor ary Art in Brazil\, Wexner Center for the Arts\, Columbus\, OH (2014)\ ; A Sense of Place\, Pier 24 Photography\, San Francisco\, CA (201 4)\; and Re-emerge: Towards a New Cultural Cartography\, 11th Sharjah Biennial\, United Arab Emirates (2013). She has been include d in the 11th Biennale de Lyon\, France (2011)\; 27th Bienal de Sã\;o Paulo\, Brazil (2006)\; 2nd\, 5th and 8th editions of the Mercosul Biennia l in Porto Alegre\, Brazil (1999\, 2005 and 2011)\; and the 8th Istanbul Bi ennial\, Istanbul\, Turkey (2003). Her work has been included in such exhib itions as\, Another Place\, Museum of Modern Art of Sã\;o Pa ulo\, Brazil (2011)\, and When Lives Become Form\, Yerba Buena Cen ter for Arts\, San Francisco\, CA (2009)\, which was also on view at Contem porary Art Museum\, Tokyo\, Japan (2008). Koch&rsquo\;s work is in the coll ections of such institutions as Los Angeles County Museum of Art\, CA\; Pin acoteca do Estado de Sã\;o Paulo\, Brazil and Museu de Arte Moderna d e Sã\;o Paulo\, Brazil\, among others. In 2016 she will be the subjec t of a solo exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art\, Rio de Janeiro\, Brazi l.

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DTEND:20150904 DTSTAMP:20150630T082832 DTSTART:20150710 GEO:34.0176779;-118.4871763 LOCATION:Christopher Grimes Gallery\,916 Colorado Ave. \nSanta Monica\, CA 90401 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Solo Exhibition\, Lucia Koch UID:388152 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION: DTEND:20150821 DTSTAMP:20150630T082832 DTSTART:20150709 GEO:34.0696985;-118.4049777 LOCATION:Gagosian Gallery - Beverly Hills\,456 N. Camden Dr. \nBeverly Hill s\, CA 90210 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Theories on Forgetting UID:388149 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20150709T200000 DTSTAMP:20150630T082832 DTSTART:20150709T180000 GEO:34.0696985;-118.4049777 LOCATION:Gagosian Gallery - Beverly Hills\,456 N. Camden Dr. \nBeverly Hill s\, CA 90210 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Theories on Forgetting UID:388150 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Your favorite x-rated radio show Whits &\; Giggles is pro ud to present So Anxious a group exhibition centered around their favorite subject: SEXXX. This one night slumber party-themed event features work from local LA artists and a musical performance by rap group \;Jung Money.

DTEND:20150626T010000 DTSTAMP:20150630T082832 DTSTART:20150626T200000 GEO:34.0664647;-118.2604755 LOCATION:Pehrspace in Echo Park\,325 Glendale Blvd. \nLos Angeles\, CA 9002 6 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:So Anxious\, Charlotte Waters\, Craig Calderwood\, Frankie Palombo\ , Hannah Juarez\, Kim Ye\, Leticia Maldonado\, Shane Ladd\, Shelley Holcomb \, Whitney Gibson UID:388002 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR