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Sibling Rivalries

3320 Civic Center Drive
Torrance, CA 90503
January 16th, 2016 - March 12th, 2016
Opening: January 16th, 2016 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM

QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.torranceartmuseum.com/
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
beach cities/south bay
EMAIL:  
torranceartmuseum@torranceca.gov
PHONE:  
(310) 618-6340
OPEN HOURS:  
Tues-Sat 11-5
TAGS:  
painting, figurative, digital, video-art, drawing, sculpture, photography, mixed-media, installation, performance, conceptual
COST:  
FREE

DESCRIPTION

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Media Contact: Benjamin Tippin
310.618.6342; btippin@torranceca.gov
Visit the exhibition page for more information:
torranceartmuseum.com/upcomingexhibtions

Torrance Art Museum presents,
Sibling Rivalries
    An exhibition of New York and Los Angeles artists curated by Ashley Garrett and Max  
    Presneill


January 16 – March 12, 2016

Opening Reception: Saturday, January 16, 6-9pm
Panel Discussion: Saturday, January 16, 4 pm
Free Admission

Featured Artists:

NYC Artists: Leah Dixon, Erin Dunn, Ashley Garrett, Christopher Joy, Zachary Keeting, Tatiana Kronberg, Jaeeun Lee, Sharon Madanes, C.Michael Norton, Adrianne Rubenstein, Leah Tacha, Tracy Thomason, Etty Yaniv, Brian Wood

LA Artists: Alison Blickle, Barnett Cohen, Liz Craft, Jamie Felton, Charles Garabedian, Tim Hawkinson, Michael J Kelly, Dwyer Kilcollin, Annelie McKenzie, Joel Otterson, Daniel Payavis, Matt Savitsky, Stephanie Washburn

The Torrance Art Museum is pleased to present Sibling Rivalries, a group exhibition of work by 14 artists based in Los Angeles and 14 from New York City. Curators Ashley Garrett and Max Presneill invited emerging and experimental art spaces in the New York area to nominate fourteen emerging New York artists. These fourteen New York artists then chose fourteen corresponding Los Angeles artists whose work spoke to, inspired and/or informed their own practices.

Taking as its point of departure the historic competition between the East and West coasts, Sibling Rivalries transforms the traditional "competitive" understanding of the term. In this exhibition, "sibling rivalry" expands to encompass a dynamic interaction between art practices occurring in the two primary art and culture production centers of the United States. Here the tensions of East Coast / West Coast rivalry illuminate contrasting approaches to mutual concerns.

Sibling Rivalries is also organized in collaboration with Los Angeles galleries: CB1, Gavlak Gallery, Jenny's, Kravets Wehby, LA Louver, Maloney Gallery, M&B, Mark Moore Gallery and Pace Gallery (NYC). The New York art spaces included: 106 Green, Bannerette, Essex Flowers, Giampietro Gallery, Greenpoint Terminal Gallery, Harbor, Novella Gallery, Sardine, TSA NY, and Underdonk.

About Torrance Art Museum

Founded in 2005, the Torrance Art Museum is the premiere visual art space to view contemporary art in the South Bay. The Museum encourages all people to develop and increase their understanding and appreciation for modern and contemporary artwork via a variety of exhibitions offered in its two gallery spaces, as well as educational programs, artist talks, lectures, and symposia.

Through its emphasis on contemporary artistic expression in Southern California and globally, the Torrance Art Museum brings together visual artists and community members; fosters personal and civic well being by inspiring understanding and appreciation of the visual arts; promotes meaningful experiences in the arts to strengthen creative and critical thinking skills; and builds bridges between the visual arts and other disciplines in the humanities and sciences.

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