Contemporary Art in the Americas Arte Contemporáneo en las Américas
Inhuman Transformation of New Year’s Decoration, Obsolete Conception or 2

Inhuman Transformation of New Year’s Decoration, Obsolete Conception or 2

Yuki Kimura

CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts San Francisco, California, USA 12/13/2016 – 02/25/2017

The installation practice of Yuki Kimura (b. 1971 in Kyoto; based in Berlin) borrows from architecture, design, photography, and sculpture to make the immaterial material. She often incorporates found photographs in her work as sculptural objects, combining appropriated imagery with other found and constructed objects or furniture to create mixed-media sculptures. For Kimura’s Wattis Institute

Installation view (detail) of Yuki Kimura’s mixed-media installation titled Inhuman Transformation of New Year’s Decoration, Obsolete Conception or 2 at CCA Wattis Institute of Contemporary Arts; courtesy the artist and Taka Ishii Gallery; photo: Johnna Arnold. Installation view (detail) of Yuki Kimura’s mixed-media installation titled Inhuman Transformation of New Year’s Decoration, Obsolete Conception or 2

Ten Paintings

Ten Paintings

Laura Owens

CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts San Francisco, California, USA 04/28/2016 – 07/23/2016

A new body of work by Los Angeles–based artist Laura Owens debuts at CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts from April 28 through July 23, 2016. The exhibition is free and open to the public. Curated by Wattis Institute director and chief curator Anthony Huberman, Laura Owens: Ten Paintings presents new paintings, artist books, and site-specific, hand-printed

A new body of work by Los Angeles–based artist Laura Owens debuts at CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts from April 28 through July 23, 2016. The exhibition is free and open to the public. Curated by Wattis Institute director and chief curator Anthony Huberman, Laura Owens: 10 Paintings presents new paintings, artist books, and site-specific, hand-printed wallpaper installations

Lapses in Thinking by the Person I Am

Lapses in Thinking by the Person I Am

Josephine Pryde

Wattis Institute San Francisco, California, USA 05/04/2015 – 08/01/2015

Pryde’s dual practices of photography and sculpture will be showcased in this first solo presentation of her work in an American institution. Making use of the technical and iconic potential of photography in its various forms, Pryde creates visually arresting and conceptually precise images that play upon the relationship between two dominant historical uses of

Pryde’s dual practices of photography and sculpture will be showcased in this first solo presentation of her work in an American institution. Making use of the technical and iconic potential of photography in its various forms, Pryde creates visually arresting and conceptually precise images that play upon the relationship between two dominant historical uses of