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Since February, Los Angeles-area Sustainability Network members (artists, creatives, administrators, producers, and organizers) have been meeting monthly to get to know one another; talk about our work, needs, and interests; and workshop ideas for artist sustainability over tasty cocktails. Join us and meet other artists and creatives (potential collaborators, gigs, service providers, or just new friends), and visit LACE's galleries. Suggested donation $10, but all are welcome. Find out more and join the network at http://www.rhizomaticarts.com/network/.
photo by Amanda Hoskinson
Opening Wednesday July 1, 2015 - 7-10PM
A Storefront Installation
Photography by Ave Pildas
6 – 7 PM
Barnsdall Gallery Theatre
4800 Hollywood Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90027
The relationship between artist and arts institution is complicated. Ideally, the relationship is a productive and mutually beneficial partnership, in which your goals are aligned with those of the institution.
We have invited professionals from the nonprofit and philanthropic sectors to discuss their inside perspective and to offer advice on how to navigate the institution in order to get the most out of the partnership.
Moderated by artist Micol Hebron, with panelists
Ed Patuto, The Broad Museum
John Tain, Getty Research Institute
Sarah Russin, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions
Chelle Barbour, Autonomie Projects
Michelle Papillion, Papillion Gallery
This event is free and open to the public.
7 - 9:30 pm
A panel discussion with Eleanor Antin, Ann Hirsch, and Rachel Mason
Moderated by Catherine Wagley
some times is pleased to present a public conversation on the evolving approaches of three artists who use performance to move freely between fiction and reality. Weaving personal, public, and historical narrative together, Eleanor Antin, Ann Hirsch, and Rachel Mason use their own bodies to tell stories. Antin, Hirsch, and Mason employ techniques reappropriated from popular culture, oral history traditions, feminist critique, DIY culture, comedy, music, and drag to comment on social and political issues.
Eleanor Antin works in photography, video, film, installation, drawing, performance, and writing. Many one-woman exhibitions include the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum and a major retrospective at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art which traveled to St. Louis and toured the UK. As both a performance and exhibiting artist she has appeared in venues around the world including the Venice Biennale, the Sydney Biennale and Opera House and Documenta 12. She has written, directed and produced many videotapes and films, among them the cult feature, “The Man Without a World”, 1991, (Berlin Film Fest., U.S.A. Film Fest., Ghent Film Fest., London Jewish Film Fest, etc.) She is represented by the Ronald Feldman Gallery in New York. She also shows with Diane Rosenstein in LA. Her work is represented in many major public collections including the Art Institute of Chicago, Whitney Museum, Museum of Modern Art, Tate Modern, the Beaubourg, the Verbund Collection, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, etc. She has written 5 books, BEING ANTINOVA (Astro Artz), ELEANORA ANTINOVA PLAYS (Sun & Moon), 100 BOOTS (Running Press), “MAN WITHOUT A WORLD: a Screenplay” (Green Integer, Sun&Moon Press) and most recently “CONVERSATIONS WITH STALIN” (Green Integer). She has just completed a new book “An Artist’s Life by Eleanora Antinova” (to be published by Hirmer Verlag, Germany). Major monographs ...read more >
Wednesday May 20, 2015, 7PM-10PM
Online bidding starts May 7 at paddle8.com/auctions/lace
SILENT AUCTION AND COCKTAIL RECEPTION
Hors d'oeuvres courtesy of Tinhorn Flats
DJ set by TMO
SILENT AUCTION LAST LOTS CLOSE
PURCHASE TICKETS here or by calling 323-957-1777
$100 in advance / $150 at the door
To support LACE at a higher level and enjoy a special May 17 Preview Reception contact Sarah Russin at email@example.com or 323-957-1777
Jasmine Albuquerque, Shagha Ariannia, John Baldessari, Judie Bamber, Jonas Becker, Walead Beshty, Marc Breslin, Cake and Eat It, Matthew Carter, Carolyn Castaño, York Chang, Michelle Chong, Young Chung, Brian Cooper, Dorit Cypis, Femi Dawkins, Danielle Dean, Sean Deckert, Brian Doan, Veronica Duarte, Owen Dubreuil, Martin Durazo, Nancy Evans, Shepard Fairey, Fallen Fruit (David Burns and Austin Young), Charles Gaines, Rashell George, Oren Giladi, Ed Gomez, Ken Gonzales-Day, Tm Gratkowski, Mark Steven Greenfield, Sherin Guirguis, Zeal Harris, Heyward Hart, Luis G. Hernandez, Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle, Ian Hokin, Evan Holloway, Salomón Huerta, Ashley Hunt, Jim Isermann, Coulter Jacobs, Ali Kheradyar, Gelare Khoshgozaran, Soo Kim, Olga Koumoundouros, Molly Larkey, Malaika Latty, Nery Gabriel Lemus, Susan Logoreci, Albert Lopez Jr., Barry Markowitz, Elana Mann, Daniel Joseph Martinez, Abdul Mazid, Mollie McKinley, Allison Miller, John Mills, Yunhee Min, Sarah Miska, Simone Montemurno, Hushi Mortezaie, Amitis Motevalli, Gary Oldman, Kaz Oshiro, Gina Osterloh, Corrina Peipon, Karl Petion, Sheila Pinkel, Lauralee Pope, Nancy Popp, Gala Porras-Kim, Monique Prieto, Jessica Rath, Marco Rios, Andy Robert, Ross Rudel, Ed Ruscha, Nathaniel Russell, Robert Russell, Jaime Scholnick, Natalie Smith, Adam Stamp, Stephanie Syjuco, Sara True, Devon Tsuno, Dani Tull, Jeffrey Vallance, Tam Van Tran, Mark Dean Veca, Michelle Weiner, Suné Woods, Samira Yamin, Andre Yi, Bruce Yonemoto, Liat Yossifor, Jenny Yurshansky, Liz Young.
Kathie Foley-Meyer (Committee Chair), Tom Alexander, Hadley and Peter Arnold, Kit Baron, Kathryn Bise, Ian ...
Under the Skin
Works by LACHSA Visual Arts Students
Opening Reception: April 25, 2015, 5-8PM
April 25-May 2, 2015
Los Angeles County High School for the Arts is a tuition-free, award-winning public high school (9-12) providing college preparatory academics and pre-professional, conservatory- style arts education for promising young artists in Los Angeles County. Founded in 1984, LACHSA is located on the CSULA campus and is recognized as one of the premiere high schools in the nation.
After the Aqueduct Opening Reception
Wednesday, March 4th, 2015
7 to 9pm
Saturday, March 14th, 2015
2 to 4pm
Panel Discussion with the artists and with special guest Alan Bacock (Big Pine Tribal member and Big Pine Paiute Tribe of the Owens Valley’s Water Program Coordinator) moderated by Jon Christensen (editor of Boom: A Journal of California and adjunct assistant professor Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, UCLA.
After the Aqueduct features diverse projects by artists and designers investigating the Los Angeles Aqueduct—a controversial 233 mile-long hydraulic water conveyance system that has historically been the primary source of potable water for the city of Los Angeles since the aqueduct was first put into service in 1913.
The fates of urban Los Angeles and rural Owens Valley—where the water originates—are explicitly linked together through a contentious past and yet to be determined future. After the Aqueduct envisions the recent centenary of Big Water in the western United States as an opportunity for the various stakeholders, including Los Angeles area city dwellers, rural residents and tribal members of the Owens Valley along with engineers, farmers, scientists, historians, activists, artists, and designers to reexamine water practices and policies that link these shared destinies while considering alternative visions for renegotiating a shared future.
Read a review of After the Aqueduct by Christopher Knight.
With works by Nicole Antebi, Lauren Bon, Barry Lehrman, Peter Bo Rappmund, Chad Ress, Alexander Robinson and Kim Stringfellow. Student projects from Cal Poly’s Aqueduct Futures program are included in this exhibit.
Curated by Kim Stringfellow.
For additional information visit: aftertheaqueduct.org
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Image credit: © Chad Ress