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Los Angeles

Cherry and Martin

Exhibition Detail
Photography Into Sculpture
2712 S. La Cienega Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90034


September 10th, 2011 - October 22nd, 2011
Opening: 
September 10th, 2011 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
 
Fractured Figure Sections  , Robert HeineckenRobert Heinecken, Fractured Figure Sections ,
1967 , Photographs, wood , 8.25 x 3 x 3 inches
© Courtesy of the Artist and Cherry and Martin
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Cherry and Martin will restage curator Peter Bunnells landmark 1970 exhibition, Photography into Sculpture, at the gallery as a part of the Getty Museum citywide exhibition initiative, Pacific Standard Time.
 
There will be a panel discussion on the exhibition, moderated by Los Angeles County Museum of Art curator Britt Salvesen, at the Mandrake Bar, Sunday, September 25 at 7pm. Salvesen is Department Head and Curator of the Wallis Annenberg Department of Photography, and Department Head and Curator of Prints and Drawings.

Photography into Sculpture stands as one of Peter Bunnells great contributions to the history of photography. Described in the original wall text as “the first comprehensive survey of photographically formed images used in a sculptural or fully dimensional manner,” Photography into Sculpture brought together a cross-section of artists from across the United States and Canada. The show encapsulated the radical gestures of late 1960's photographic practice, both inside and outside the photo world. Los Angeles-based artists such as Robert Heinecken, Richard Jackson and Jerry McMillan were brought by Bunnell into a context with such remarkable figures as the Fluxus artist Robert Watts and early Vancouver photo-conceptualists Michael de Courcy and Jack Dale.


The exhibitions legendary tour began at the Museum of Modern Art and continued on to The Krannert Art Museum, The Menil Collection, the Fort Worth Museum of Modern Art, the Vancouver Art Gallery, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, the Phoenix Art Museum, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and, finally, Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles. The full artist list was: Ellen Brooks, Robert Brown, Carl Cheng, Darryl Curran, Jack Dale, Michael de Courcy, Karl Folsom, Andre Haluska, Robert Heinecken, Richard Jackson, Jerry McMillan, Bea Nettles, Ed O'Connell, James Pennuto, Joe Pirone, Douglas Prince, Dale Quarterman, Charles Roitz, Leslie Snyder, Michael Stone, Ted Victoria, Robert Watts, and Lynton Wells.

The majority of the original works from Photography into Sculpture will be on view at Cherry and Martin. Also included in the show will be a number of related artworks by the Photography into Sculpture artists from the same time period. Cherry and Martin has confirmed participation with all of the original artists except Karl Folsom, Ed OConnell, Joe Pirone and Leslie Snyder. Any information as to their whereabouts would be deeply appreciated, as the gallery has thus far been unable to locate these four artists. Cherry and Martin will organize a catalog that will include a new interview with Peter Bunnell aboutPhotography into Sculpture; new essays on the exhibition; new photography of the objects; and a selection of original source documents.

The exhibition opens on September 10 and continues through October 22, 2011. An opening will be held on Saturday, September 10 from 6-8pm



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