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RAID Projects Los Angeles

Exhibition Detail
California: Adulterated Landscapes and Deflated Icons
602 Moulton Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90031


June 18th, 2011 - June 18th, 2011
Opening: 
June 18th, 2011 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
 
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Raid Projects is pleased to present California: Adulterated Landscapes and Deflated Icons, featuring the work of Anthony Ausgang, Brian Borlaug, William Emmert, Aaron Giesel, Susan Logoreci, Jason Manley, Travis Millard, Roland Reiss, Mark Ruwedel, Andrew Sexton and Devon Tsuno - Curated by David De Boer and Kio Griffith.

Opening Reception: Saturday, June 18, 7pm-10pm
 
California: Adulterated Landscapes and Deflated Icons aims to create a dialogue between artworks that represent a disintegrating California landscape and artworks that portray hollywood-bred iconic figures who have often failed to transcend their aging careers. Within this dialogue are questions of which of these has had the greater influence on the culture itself. Inspired by artists who use their local culture as source material for producing bodies of work, this exhibition is responding to the Getty Research Institutes Pacific Standard Time initiative; a multi-venue exhibition that focuses on postwar art in Los Angeles.

For more information about this exhibition please email deboer.griffith@gmail.com


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