Art Dialogue : LA / LA

Anna Maria Maiolino, Por um Fio (By a Thread), from the Fotopoemação (Photopoemaction) series, 1976, archival inkjet print, 22 3/8 x 31 1/8 in. (57 x 79 cm.), photo by Regina Vater    ANNA MARIA MAIOLINO   August 4–December 31, 2017  MOCA Grand Avenue  Curators: Bryan Barcena and Helen Molesworth

Anna Maria Maiolino, Por um Fio (By a Thread), from the Fotopoemação (Photopoemaction) series, 1976, archival inkjet print, 22 3/8 x 31 1/8 in. (57 x 79 cm.), photo by Regina Vater  

ANNA MARIA MAIOLINO  
August 4–December 31, 2017
MOCA Grand Avenue
Curators: Bryan Barcena and Helen Molesworth

MoCA lines up three exhibitions as part of Pacific Standard Time:LA/LA, an ambitious exploration of Latin American and Latino art in connection with Los Angeles. 

Supported by grants from the Getty Foundation, the project takes place from September 2017 through January 2018 at more than 70 cultural institutions across Southern California. At MoCA spaces, three exhibitions will be on the view. The first comprehensive U.S. museum survey five decades of works by artist Anna Maria Maiolino. The exhibition of Italian-heritage artist will be on the view from  August 4–December 31 at MOCA Grand Avenue. 

MOCA Pacific Design Center and the ONE Gallery will host an exhibition of Axis Mundo from September 9th until December 31st. Axis Mundo: Queer Networks in Chicano L.A, organized in cooperation with  Lesbian Archives at the USC Libraries, will feature more than 50 LGBTQ and Chicano artists from 1960s and early 1990s. 

And finally, an installation of Adrian Villar Rojas will be on the view at The Geffen Contemporary at MoCA from October 22nd until February 26. Titled ‘The Theater of Disappearance’, the work by Villar Rojas will radically transform the gallery space, employing dramatic architectural and aesthetic shifts.

Adrián Villar Rojas, The Theater of Disappearance, 2017, Kunsthaus Bregenz, Bregenz, photo courtesy of the artist, Marian Goodman Gallery, New York / Paris / London, and kurimanzutto, Mexico City, photo by Jörg Baumann    ADRIÁN VILLAR ROJAS:  THE THEATER OF DISAPPEARANCE   October 22, 2017–February 26, 2018  The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA  Curators: Bryan Barcena and Helen Molesworth

Adrián Villar Rojas, The Theater of Disappearance, 2017, Kunsthaus Bregenz, Bregenz, photo courtesy of the artist, Marian Goodman Gallery, New York / Paris / London, and kurimanzutto, Mexico City, photo by Jörg Baumann  

ADRIÁN VILLAR ROJAS:  THE THEATER OF DISAPPEARANCE  
October 22, 2017–February 26, 2018
The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA
Curators: Bryan Barcena and Helen Molesworth

作为“太平洋标准时间:拉丁美洲/拉丁美洲艺术”的一部分,MoCA 将三个展览作为对拉丁美洲、拉丁美洲艺术和洛杉矶联系的雄心勃勃的探索。

该项目由盖提基金会资助,将于2017年9月至2018年1月在南加州的70多个文化机构开展。在MoCA,将展出三个展览。美国第一个综合博物馆纵览了艺术家Anna Maria Maiolino近50年来的作品。意大利文化遗产艺术家展将于8月4日至12月31日在MOCA Grand Avenue举行。

该项目由盖提基金会资助,将于2017年9月至2018年1月在南加州的70多个文化机构开展。在MoCA,将展出三个展览。美国第一个综合博物馆纵览了艺术家Anna Maria Maiolino近50年来的作品。意大利文化遗产艺术家展将于8月4日至12月31日在MOCA Grand Avenue举行。

MOCA 太平洋设计中心和 ONE Gallery 将于9月9日至12月31日举办 Axis Mundo 展览。Axis Mundo:Chicano L.A 的 Queer Networks 与 USC 图书馆的 Lesbian 档案馆合作举办展出20世纪60年代到90年代初期间的50多位 LGBTQ 和 Chicano 艺术家。

最后,在10月22日至2月26日期间,安装的 Adrian Villar Rojas 将在格芬当代艺术馆展出。名为《消失的剧院》Villar Rojas 的作品通过戏剧性的建筑和美学转变将从根本上改变画廊的空间。

Teddy Sandoval, Las Locas, c. 1980, acrylic and mixed media on unstretched canvas, 39 x 52 in. (99 x 133.4 cm), collection of Paul Polubinskas, photograph by Fredrik Nilsen    AXIS MUNDO: QUEER NETWORKS IN CHICANO L.A.   September 9–December 31, 2017  MOCA Pacific Design Center and the ONE Gallery Curators: David Evans Frantz,  Curator at the ONE Archives at the USC Libraries, and C. Ondine Chavoya, Professor of Art and Latina/o Studies at Williams College, in collaboration with The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.

Teddy Sandoval, Las Locas, c. 1980, acrylic and mixed media on unstretched canvas, 39 x 52 in. (99 x 133.4 cm), collection of Paul Polubinskas, photograph by Fredrik Nilsen  

AXIS MUNDO: QUEER NETWORKS IN CHICANO L.A.  
September 9–December 31, 2017
MOCA Pacific Design Center and the ONE Gallery Curators: David Evans Frantz, 
Curator at the ONE Archives at the USC Libraries, and C. Ondine Chavoya, Professor of Art and Latina/o Studies at Williams College, in collaboration with The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.

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