Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
The Lulennial II: A Low-Hanging Fruit The Lulennial II: A Low-Hanging Fruit

The Lulennial II: A Low-Hanging Fruit

Curated by Andrew Berardini and Chris Sharp

Lulu Mexico City, Mexico February 6, 2018 – April 1, 2018

Artists: Yuji Agematsu, Kelly Akashi, Derya Akay, Nina Beier, Luis Miguel Bendaña, Meriem Bennani, Matthew Brannon, Donna Conlon & Jonathan Harker, Rodrigo Hernandez, Jef Geys, Allison Katz, Adriana Lara, Nancy Lupo, Nevine Mahmoud, Aliza Nisenbaum, Naufus Ramirez-Figueroa, Shimabuku, Peter Shire, Gabriel Sierra, Erika Verzutti, Maja Vukoje, Amelie von Wulffen Lulu presents the second edition of

Group show. Installation view of The Lulennial II: A Low-Hanging Fruit, at Lulu, Mexico City, 2018. Courtesy of Lulu Nina Beier, Scheme, 2014. Produce from online organic fruit and vegetable box scheme, dimensions variable. Courtesy of Lulu Group show. Installation view of The Lulennial II: A Low-Hanging Fruit, at Lulu, Mexico City, 2018. Courtesy of Lulu

Home — So Different, So Appealing, at LACMA, Los Angeles Home — So Different, So Appealing, at LACMA, Los Angeles

Home — So Different, So Appealing, at LACMA, Los Angeles

by Andrew Berardini Los Angeles, California, USA 06/11/2017 – 10/15/2017

All of our homes and would-be paradises: the Utopias we dream, our parent’s fantasies and realities, the homes we come from, the one we live in now, that place we fantasize about; all of it layered, one room leading to the next, one home leading to another. Our attempts at making a home are always

Installation photo featuring Abraham Cruzvillegas’s Autoconstrucción, 2010 in the exhibition Home—So Different, So Appealing at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, June 11, 2017 – October 15, 2017, © Abraham Cruzvillegas, photo © Museum Associates/LACMA Todos nuestros hogares y posibles paraísos: las utopías que soñamos, las fantasías y realidades de nuestros padres, los hogares