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ADAM LINDER — FULL SERVICE

All-afternoon, five-day-a-week performances of all five of Adam Linder’s choreographic services have commenced at Wattis.

In February 2019, Linder brings FULL SERVICE to Mudam Luxembourg.

ADAM LINDER—FULL SERVICE

Through March 3.

Mudam Luxembourg

Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean

3 Park Dräi Eechelen, Luxembourg-Kirchberg.

Through September 29.

CCA Wattis Institute

360 Kansas Street, San Francisco.

Adam LinderFull Service, 2018, installation view, Wattis Institute, from top: Choreographic Service no. 2: Some Proximity (2014), performed by Josh Johnson and Justin F. KennedyChoreographic Service No. 5: Dare to Keep Kids Off Naturalism, 2017, performed by Leah Katz, Kennedy, Noha Ramadan, and Stephen Thompson (2); Choreographic Service No. 2: Some Proximity, performed by Enrico Ticconi and Adam Linder. Photographs © Allie Foraker. Brooke Stamp and Katz, photograph by Dustin Soriano. Images courtesy Adam Linder, the photographers, and the Wattis Institute.

NO SESSO 2018

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This weekend, join Pierre Davis and No Sesso for a show of her new collection GEMS OF HOOVER STREET SAINT DUNN, one of the final scheduled events at 356 Mission before it closes later this month.

 

NO SESSO – GEMS OF HOOVER STREET SAINT DUNN, Saturday, May 12. Doors at 7 pm.

356 MISSION, 356 Mission Road, downtown Los Angeles.

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356 MISSION — THE LAST SHOW

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356 Mission, the non-profit artists’ space founded by Laura Owens and Wendy Yao, will close its doors next month. The last show is VICTOR ROSAS – ARTIFICIAL MASK, opening Friday night.

From the statement by Owens and Yao:

“After more than five years of public programming, 356 Mission’s final exhibitions are Alake Shilling’s MONSOON LAGOON, and an installation by Victor Rosas. Ooga Booga’s location at this address will close, but its original store in Chinatown will remain open.

356 Mission was an experiment in showing art and sharing space. We collaborated with over a thousand individuals and groups, hosted events and programs that were free and open to all, and worked to produce an alternative to the conventional gallery system in order to support and realize the visions of a wide range of artists. It was a labor of love, with finite resources, and never intended to last forever. We still believe that art can make a difference, that art spaces are vital to the cultural empowerment of all people, and that artists can be allies of vulnerable communities.

“Some took issue with our impact on the neighborhood – although we don’t agree with their perspective, we respected it, and attempted to bridge that divide while working toward proactive solutions to the best of our abilities. For both personal and practical reasons, we have decided that 356 Mission is no longer sustainable, but we will continue to support open access to arts programming and the health of existing local economies. We are deeply grateful to everyone who has supported us along the way, and look forward to continuing to engage the incredible communities of people who came through these doors.”*

 

VICTOR ROSAS – ARTIFICIAL MASK, opens Friday, April 20. Through May 13.

ALAKE SHILLING – MONSOON LAGOON, through April 29.

356 MISSION, 356 South Mission Road, Los Angeles.

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See: hyperallergic.com/356-mission-closing-reactions/

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Above: Artwork by Alake Shilling.

Below: The last opening flyer. Image credit: 356 Mission.

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CHRIS KRAUS AND BRUCE HAINLEY IN ECHO PARK

Last fall, a Boyle Heights anti-gentrification protest prevented Chris Kraus (After Kathy Acker) and Bruce Hainley (Under the Sign of [sic]: Sturtevant’s Volte-Face) from meeting as scheduled at 356 Mission to discuss Kraus’ Acker biography.

Their conversation is back on, relocated to Echo Park.

 

CHRIS KRAUS and BRUCE HAINLEY IN CONVERSATION, Monday, January 22, at 6 pm.

EDENDALE BRANCH—LOS ANGELES PUBLIC LIBRARY, 2011 Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles.

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Kathy Acker in the late 1980s. Photograph by Mark Baker.

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SIMONE FORTI AND CHARLEMAGNE PALESTINE

The Box and 365 Mission present illlummminnnatttionnnsssss!!!!!!!, a collaborative work by Simone Forti and Charlemagne Palestine.

Performances will take place the weekend before Palestine’s new show at 356 Mission.

 

ILLLUMMMINNNATTTIONNNSSSSS!!!!!!!, Friday, January 19, at 7 pm. Saturday, January 20, at 5 pm.

THE BOX, 805 Traction Avenue, downtown Los Angeles.

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CHARLEMAGNE PALESTINE—CCORNUUOORPHANOSSCCOPIAEEAANORPHANSSHHORNOFFPLENTYYY, January 25 through April 15.

Opening reception, Thursday, January 25, at 7 pm.

356 MISSION, downtown Los Angeles.

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Charlemagne Palestine and Simone Forti.

illlummminnnatttionnnsssss!!!!!!! by Simone Forti and Charlemagne Palestine Friday, January 19th at 7PM (6:30PM doors) Saturday, January 20th at 5PM (4:30PM doors) at The Box - 805 Traction Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90013 Space is very limited so RSVP’s...

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