COLLECTIVE SHOW LOS ANGELES 2011
LOCATION 995, 997 North Hill Street Los Angeles CA 90012
RECEPTION Thursday, January 20, 2011, 6-9pm
EXHIBITION Friday through Sunday, January 21-23, 2011, 12-6 pm & Thursday through Sunday, January 27-30, 2011, 12-6 pm
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THU, JAN 20
|COLLECTIVE SHOW OPENS
PANEL DISCUSSION: The Activity of Collectivity
In conjunction with the launch of Dispatches and Directions: On Artist-Run Organizations by ART2102 of Los Angeles and their Public Discussion series, this will explore how the activity of collectivity generates new aesthetic forms and models in the 21st century.
Panelist will include:
HUMAN RESOURCES presents:
Lady Noise & Friends (Jorge Martin, Anna Homler, Greg Lenczycki, Ron Russell and Steuart Liebig)
Doors open at 8pm.
|OUTPOST READING: MINING THE ARCHIVE|
| FRI, JAN 14
FRI JAN 14TH 7-10pm
Collaborative installation with Sayler/Morris & workshop participants, reading by Maggie Nelson and performance by Joshua Kit Clayton
performance by Joshua Kit Clayton at 7:30pm
Human Resources is pleased to present Divine Violence, an exhibition featuring a workshop and week-long collaborative installation process culminating in an opening event on Friday, January 14, 2011. The opening event will feature a reading by Maggie Nelson from her soon to be released book, The Art of Cruelty: A Reckoning, a performance titled Cordon Off the Contempt in a Word Compartment (and Other Whispering Moments) by Joshua Kit Clayton and video and photographic works by Sayler/Morris and an installation created by Sayler/Morris with the Divine Violence workshop collaborators: Sofia Arreguin, Arely Villegas, Sean Grattan, Sarah Wang, Nora Berman, Asher Hartman, Giles Miller, Malene Dam, Sandy Medina, Solomon Bothwell, Sille Storihle, Kate Wolf, Ko Kawashima.
Screenings will be announced on the blog: divineviolence.wordpress.com.
FRI JAN 14TH 7-10pm
Statler Waldorf Gallery presents: “HACK,” January 14 - February 27, 2011. The artists in the exhibition disassemble pre-existing cultural forms, images, and objects, subverting our expectations to create personal and idiosyncratic new meanings. The works in the exhibition also explore different meanings of the word “hack” and its physical, cultural, and social connotations.
Artists: Alice Clements, Kelly Cline, Zackary Drucker, Rafael Esparza, Rico Gatson, Onya Hogan-Finlay, Katie Herzog, Bari Ziperstein
Statler Waldorf Gallery is an artist-run exhibition space located at 1098 W. Kensington Road, Los Angeles, CA, 90026, a private residence in Echo Park. We are open by appointment only. For more info: www.statlerwaldorfgallery.com/
FRI JAN 14TH 6–9pm
FRI JAN 14TH 7:30–10:30pm
|SAT, JAN 15||
SAT JAN 15th 6-8pm
Commonwealth & Council presents Goldilocks, a group exhibition hosted by Gallery Spatium of sculpture, works on paper and site-specific installation by Erich Bollmann, Enrique Castrejon, Kelly Cline, Michael Decker and Maryrose Cobarrubias Mendoza.
SAT JAN 15th 7pm – 10pm
|TUE, JAN 18||
TUE JAN 18th 10pm - 2am
|FRI, JAN 21||
Launch event for DISPATCHES AND DIRECTIONS: ON ARTIST-RUN ORGANIZATIONS IN LOS ANGELES, a compendium of works, thoughts, essays and a directory of artist-run and non-profit projects. The publication, edited by Ronni Kimm and Jesse Aron Green, features contributions from various artist-run projects; thoughts and anecdotes from past advisors and directors; a directory of over 60 artist-run and non profit organizations; and a specially commissioned "Star Chart" to help navigate the scene, by artist Jim Skuldt.
SAT JAN 15th 7-10pm
At Amy Adler's Echo Park Studio
Local queer artists are invited to participate in this one-night only event. All mediums welcome, with wall and floor space available on a first-come, first-served basis. Artists supply everything they need to install their work. Performers come prepared with all equipment, power cords, props, etc. Last year's wildly successful drop-in DIY experience attracted 29 visual artists and performers. Work must be installed and de-installed on the night of the event. Two new issues of 21st Century Queer Artists Identify Themselves available for purchase: $10 each, editions of 100.
Please see darinkleinandfriends.blogspot.com for more information.
FRI JAN 21st 8pm
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