Julian Hoeber

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Curated by Carol Stakenas

Julian Hoeber
Self-Portrait (Violet-Head)
2008
pigment print
1 of 5
37.5" x 22.5"

Courtesy of the artist and Blum & Poe, Los Angeles

Lot #L28

Retail value: $3000
Starting bid: $1,000


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Artist's Biography

Julian Hoeber is an artist from Philadelphia, PA, who currently lives and works in Los Angeles, CA.  He received his MFA from Art Center College of Design, BFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, and his BA in Art History from Tufts University. He has exhibited in solo shows at Blum and Poe, along with other solo shows such as, The Armory Show, New York, NY (2007), and Galleria Francesca Kaufmann, Milan, Italy (2007).

This work was featured in "Against the Grain" curated by Christopher Russell at LACE in summer 2008.

 

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Curator's Biography

Carol Stakenas is the Executive Director of LACE. Since her arrival in 2005, she has worked with over 400 artists, of which more than 50 artists have participated in developing unique and innovative projects that could only be realized through a residency at LACE. Stakenas leads LACE’s staff, through training and experience, to deliver our core programs, which require socially intensive processes to engage numerous community groups, local businesses, City agencies and thousands of residents. She is also a faculty member at the University of Southern California in Public Art Studies.

Previously, Stakenas was the Deputy Director/Curator of Creative Time, New York City’s adventurous public arts presenter. She has worked with a broad range of artists including Asymptote, Haluk Akakçe, Natalie Bookchin, Chris Doyle, Cai Guo-Qiang, Granular Synthesis, Shu Lea Cheang, Vik Muniz, Takashi Murakami, Marjetica Potrç, Toshi Reagon, Erwin Redl, Steve Roden, Christopher Russell, Mary Ellen Strom and Lebbeus Woods.  She curated and produced multidisciplinary public art at sites such as Massless Medium and Music in the Anchorage in the Brooklyn Bridge Anchorage; Consuming Places in DUMBO Brooklyn; the DNA Deli Cups and the DNAid Billboards; PDPal, a mobile mapping project commission in Times Square; and Shimon Attie's Between Dreams and History on Manhattan's Lower East Side; and Karaoke Ice, a mobile public art project that traveled throughout Los Angeles.