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Ánima Correa

Court Space Glendale, California, USA June 6, 2020 – June 7, 2020

Court Space presents a new series of sculptures by Ánima Correa. Through forms evoking alternative timekeeping methods, Ánima creates an open and non-chronological dialogue with space. Her visual language delves into the extraction of organic matter as a function of colonial time. Ánima Correa is an artist and writer based in Los Angeles, CA. Her

Ánima Correa, Rust Belt t(1), 2020. Concrete and earth pigments. Image courtesy of Court Space Ánima Correa, Salt of the Earth (Is it in you?), 2020. Spirulina powder, lemon juice, sugar, water, lithium battery, seashell, resin, foam, wire, pigment. Image courtesy of Court Space Ánima Correa, Calendarios. Installation view. Image courtesy of Court Space Court Space presents a

Channel Flip, Meet Me at the Edge of the Sun Channel Flip, Meet Me at the Edge of the Sun

Channel Flip, Meet Me at the Edge of the Sun

Guadalupe Rosales, Nao Bustamante, Zackary Drucker, rafa esparza and MPA

LAND (LOS ANGELES NOMADIC DIVISION) Los Angeles, California, USA June 21, 2020 – July 5, 2020

LAND (Los Angeles Nomadic Division) presents Channel Flip, Meet Me at the Edge of the Sun, a new commission created by Guadalupe Rosales. In the artist’s words: “I am interested in how violence and micro-politics are embedded in our bodies in contemporary society and how artists channel this social energy in their artwork. How do

Channel Flip, Meet Me at the Edge of the Sun, courtesy of Guadalupe Rosales, Nao Bustamante, Zackary Drucker, rafa esparza, MPA and LAND (Los Angeles Nomadic Division) Channel Flip, Meet Me at the Edge of the Sun, courtesy of Guadalupe Rosales, Nao Bustamante, Zackary Drucker, rafa esparza, MPA and LAND (Los Angeles Nomadic Division) LAND

Here and now

Here and now

Meg Turner

Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans, Louisiana, USA November 2, 2019 – April 12, 2020

“Queerness is not yet here. Queerness is an ideality. We may never touch queerness, but we can feel it as the warm illumination of a horizon imbued with potentiality. We have never been queer, yet queerness exists for us as an ideality that can be distilled from the past and used to imagine a future.”

Meg Turner: Here and Now (2019). Installation view: Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans. Photo: Jonathan Traviesa Meg Turner: Here and Now (2019). Installation view: Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans. Photo: Jonathan Traviesa Meg Turner: Here and Now (2019). Installation view: Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans. Photo: Jonathan Traviesa “Queerness is not yet here. Queerness is

Insights 2020 Insights 2020

Insights 2020

Edith Contreras, Heidi Fernandez Saavedra, Pawan Poungjinda and others

CSULB School of Art and Kleefeld Contemporary Long Beach, California, USA May 7, 2020 –

The CSULB School of Art (SoA) presents the annual student exhibition, Insights 2020, online this year in promotional partnership with the Carolyn Campagna Kleefeld Contemporary Art Museum (Kleefeld Contemporary). Instagram and Tumblr will be used to display juried works of art from students. Zoom will be used to host virtual events. This online exhibition continues to

Edith Contreras, Colosio (2019). Collage and handwritten silkscreen. Image courtesy of Carolyn Campagna Kleefeld Contemporary Art Museum Heidi Fernandez Saavedra, Betty (2019). Wig, flower, printed fabric, ribbon, and buttons. Image courtesy of Carolyn Campagna Kleefeld Contemporary Art Museum Pawan Poungjinda, The category is House… a family you get to choose (2019). Acrylic and transfer on canvas. Image

Drive-By-Art (Public Art In This Moment of Social Distancing)

Drive-By-Art (Public Art In This Moment of Social Distancing)

Organized by Warren Neidich, Renee Petropoulos, Michael Slenske and Anuradha Vikram

www.drive-by-art.org Los Angeles, California, USA May 23, 2020 – May 31, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted cultural networks bringing many galleries and museums to a halt and moving visual arts experiences online. Meanwhile, drive-by baby showers and birthdays have become the norm for celebrating special events during this time of social distancing amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. Enter Drive–By–Art, an outdoor public art exhibition that is experienced from the safety and intimacy

Drive-By-Art (Public Art In This Moment of Social Distancing) (2020). Installation view. Image courtesy by the organizers Drive-By-Art (Public Art In This Moment of Social Distancing) (2020). Installation view. Image courtesy by the organizers Drive-By-Art (Public Art In This Moment of Social Distancing) (2020). Installation view. Image courtesy by the organizers The coronavirus pandemic has

Femmes Noires Femmes Noires

Femmes Noires

Mickalene Thomas

Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans, Louisiana, USA November 2, 2019 – June 14, 2020

“To do the work that I do, I am asking of and looking to my sisters of the world.” —Mickalene Thomas Mickalene Thomas puts Black American women at the center of her practice. Her work celebrates the complexity and diversity of Black female agency as she tackles issues of inequality and representation, filtered through a

Mickalene Thomas: Femmes Noires (2019). Installation view: Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans. Photo: Alex Marks Mickalene Thomas: Femmes Noires (2019). Installation view: Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans. Photo: Alex Marks Mickalene Thomas: Femmes Noires (2019). Installation view: Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans. Photo: Alex Marks “To do the work that I do, I am asking

Transnational Transnational

Transnational

Curatorship by Daniel Garza Usabiaga

PROXYCO New York, USA February 15, 2020 – May 11, 2020

This exhibition focuses on a group of Mexican artists that lived and worked in the US as well as American artists that resided in Mexico from the beginning of the twentieth century to the present in order to dwell on the transnational character of their productions. By including works produced in the last century, the

Transnational (2020). Installation view. Image courtesy of PROXYCO, photographs by Zach Hyman Transnational (2020). Installation view. Image courtesy of PROXYCO, photographs by Zach Hyman Transnational (2020). Installation view. Image courtesy of PROXYCO, photographs by Zach Hyman This exhibition focuses on a group of Mexican artists that lived and worked in the US as well as

Open House Open House

Open House

Gala Porras-Kim

The Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles, California, USA October 7, 2019 – May 11, 2020

In the spring of 2019 and as part of the museum’s 40th anniversary celebration, MOCA debuted a new series of exhibitions called Open House. This series invites Los Angeles-based artists to organize exhibitions drawn from the museum’s extensive collection of more than 7,500 objects. The artists work together with MOCA curators to explore how the

Installation view of Open House: Gala Porras-Kim, October 7, 2019–May 11, 2020 at MOCA Grand Avenue. Courtesy of The Museum of Contemporary Art. Photo by Jeff Mclane Installation view of Open House: Gala Porras-Kim, October 7, 2019–May 11, 2020 at MOCA Grand Avenue. Courtesy of The Museum of Contemporary Art. Photo by Jeff Mclane Installation

38th Annual Exhibition

38th Annual Exhibition

Maria Laura Hendrix, Bria Goodall and others

Otis College of Art and Design Los Angeles, California, USA May 8, 2020 –

Otis College of Art and Design is pleased to announce the online launch of the 38th Annual Exhibition at https://www.otis.edu/annual-exhibition/2020. The exhibition will feature new work from graduating seniors and graduate students highlighting projects within 10 academic departments throughout Otis. The virtual Annual Exhibition comes during this time of social distancing in which the College has

Claire Tianyi Sun at 38th Annual Exhibition. Image courtesy of Otis College of Art and Design Miguel Hernandez at 38th Annual Exhibition. Image courtesy of Otis College of Art and Design Kyle Schwingel at 38th Annual Exhibition. Image courtesy of Otis College of Art and Design Otis College of Art and Design is pleased to announce the online launch of the 38th

Blue Ground Blue Ground

Blue Ground

S. Billie Mandle

Garden Los Angeles, California, USA April 29, 2020 – June 17, 2020

Garden is pleased to present Blue Ground, an online exhibition by Los Angeles and Amherst, Massachusetts-based artist S. Billie Mandle. In this body of work, Mandle turned her camera toward the gardens of cooperative homes for people with intellectual and physical disabilities. These contemplative large-format photographs of flowers, weeds, and garden walls have been overlaid

S. Billie Mandle, Nitrile Exam Gloves, 2019. Archival pigment print. 16 x 20 inches. Edition of 3 with 2 AP S. Billie Mandle, Disposable Underpads, 2019. Archival pigment print. 16 x 20 inches. Edition of 3 with 2 AP S. Billie Mandle, Bedside Rail Safety Pads, 2019. Archival pigment print. 16 x 20 inches. Edition