The beautiful exhibition catalog for MADE IN L.A. 2020: a version—available to order from the Hammer Store—includes a folio of collages by Hedi El Kholti bound into the book, as well as a conversation with El Kholti and Chris Kraus. The artist-designer-editor has also created two posters, available as exhibition takeaways at the HammerMuseum and the Huntington.
Support The Song Cave by purchasing a limited edition print by Kim Gordon or Hedi El Kholti or one of the other hundred or so artists, poets, photographers, filmmakers, musicians, and actors who have donated work to this year’s initiative, the theme of which is “mirages.”
Artworks are 5×7 C-prints, each in an edition of 30. See link below for details.
ACID-FREE is back at Blum & Poe. Join nearly 100 publishers and galleries for a full weekend of talks, readings, signings, music, food, drink, and—of course—books and publications for perusal and sale.
This year, PARIS LA is happy to share a table with F magazine
What does a feminist exhibition on masculinity look like? This was the question asked by curators Eva Birkenstock, Michelle Cotton, and Nikola Dietrich while organizing MASKULINITÄTEN, their three-part exhibition now open in Bonn, Cologne, and Düsseldorf.
The Bonn section—curated by Cotton, head of Artistic Programmes and Content at Mudam, Luxembourg—includes work by Lynda Benglis, Judith Bernstein, Alexandra Bircken, PatriciaL. Boyd, Jana Euler, Hal Fischer, Eunice Golden, Richard Hawkins, Jenny Holzer, Hudinilson Jr., Allison Katz, Mahmoud Khaled, Hilary Lloyd, Sarah Lucas, Robert Morris, D’Ette Nogle, Puppies Puppies (Jade Kuriki Olivo), Bea Schlingelhoff, and AnitaSteckel.
The Cologne section—curated by Dietrich, director of the Kölnischer Kunstverein—includes Georgia Anderson & David Doherty & Morag Keil & Henry Stringer, Louis Backhouse, OlgaBalema,Gerry Bibby, Juliette Blightman, Anders Clausen, Enrico David, Jonathas deAndrade, Jimmy DeSana, Hedi El Kholti, Hilary Lloyd, Shahryar Nashat, CarolRama, Bea Schlingelhoff, Heji Shin, Evelyn Taocheng Wang, Carrie Mae Weems, MarianneWex, Martin Wong, and Katharina Wulff.
The presentation in Düsseldorf—curated by Birkenstock, director of the Kunstverein for theRheinland and Westfalen, Düsseldorf—features the work of Vito Acconci, The Agency, KerenCytter, Vaginal Davis, Nicole Eisenman, Andrea Fraser, keyon gaskin with Samiya Bashir, sidony o’neal & Adee Roberson, Philipp Gufler, Annette Kennerley, Sister Corita Kent, Jürgen Klauke, Jutta Koether, Tetsumi Kudo, Klara Lidén, Henrik Olesen, D.A. Pennebaker & Chris Hegedus, Josephine Pryde, Lorenzo Sandoval, Julia Scher, Agnes Scherer, BeaSchlingelhoff, Katharina Sieverding, Nancy Spero, and Evelyn Taocheng Wang.
MASKULINITÄTEN will be accompanied by a catalogue published by Koenig Books, with contributions by—among others—CAConrad, Nelly Gawellek, Chris Kraus, Quinn Latimer, Kerstin Stakemeier, Marlene Streeruwitz, and Änne Söll.
This is the closing week of AVENGERS—SOMEONE LEFT THE CAKE OUT IN THE RAIN, a group show at Gaga & Reena Spaulings Fine Art, Los Angeles.
The exhibition features photographs by Julie Becker and Reynaldo Rivera—including several from the Cha Cha Girls ’87 series—prints by Juliana Huxtable, Stephen Willats, and FelixBernstein & Gabe Rubin, paintings by Jill Mulleady, Mayo Thompson, and Bedros Yeretzian &Nicole-Antonia Spagnola, multimedia works by Harry Dodge, Megan Plunkett, MatthewLangan-Peck, and Larry Johnson, and videos by Ken Okiishi and Gary Indiana.
In addition, Hedi El Kholti’s Collage sketchbook #10 is here, as well as ABC Pong, BernadetteCorporation’s table piece, featuring audio by Sylvère Lotringer.
On closing night the gallery will host a video program, with work by Alexander Kluge, AlexHubbard, and exhibition artists Dodge, Huxtable, Indiana, and Spagnola.