Locust Projects is pleased to announce an exhibition curated by New York-based critic Michael Wilson, featuring work by Becky Beasley, Guy Ben-Ner, Lorin Davies, Harrell Fletcher, Jeff Gabel, Anna Gray and Ryan Wilson Paulsen, Graham Parker, Christina Pettersson, Leanne Shapton, Eve K. Tremblay, and Matt Wiegle. "How to Read a Book" is an exhibition of contemporary art derived from, influenced by, or playfully exploitative of influential works of fiction, with a particular emphasis on... [more]
Posted by ArtSlant Team on 5/23/10
Currently at Locust Projects is a solo exhibition by Los Angeles-based artist and filmmaker Drew Heitzler. Heitzler’s new installation focuses on a two-channel video projection that explores the 1932 film Scarface. Before Brian DePalma’s Miami-based remake was released in 1983, an original version of Scarface, directed by Howard Hawkes and produced by Howard Hughes, was produced in Los Angeles. For this exhibition, Heitzler edits Hawkes’ film to exclude dialog and... [more]
Posted by ArtSlant Team on 3/28/10
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