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OTTESSA MOSHFEGH AND ARIANA REINES IN CONVERSATION

Invisible College will host a reading and conversation with Ottessa Moshfegh on the New Moon in Libra, moderated by Ariana Reines.

CIVILIZATION AND ITS DISCONTENTS—A READING AND CONVERSATION WITH OTTESSA MOSHFEGH

Invisible College

Friday, October 16.

4 pm on the West Coast; 7 pm East Coast.

From top: Ottessa Moshfegh, photograph by Brigitte Lacombe, image courtesy and © the photographer; Ottessa Moshfegh, Eileen cover image courtesy and © Penguin; Ariana Reines, A Sand Book cover image courtesy and © Tin House; Reines, photograph courtesy and © the author.

OSCAR TUAZON — COLLABORATOR

Oscar Tuazon‘s sculptural works made in collaboration with artists and writers Ariana Reines, Matias Faldbakken, Elias Hansen, and Vito Acconci are now on view at the Bellevue Arts Museum—Tuazon’s first solo museum show in his native Washington State.

The exhibition—COLLABORATOR—also includes work in honor of Leonard Peltier, and “new sculptures and site-responsive interventions that respond, in part, to the porous, light-filled nature of architect Steven Holl‘s design” for the museum’s third floor galleries.*

OSCAR TUAZON—COLLABORATOR*

Through September 15.

Bellevue Arts Museum

510 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue.

See PARIS LA 13—”CHEZ CHEZ PERV PERV” (Spring 2015), an issue guest-edited by Gardar Eide EinarssonMatias Faldbakken, and Oscar Tuazon.

Oscar Tuazon—Collaborator, 2019, installation views, Bellevue Arts Museum. Photographs by Dorothée Perret. Images courtesy and © the artists and the Bellevue Arts Museum.

LIZ LARNER AND ARIANA REINES IN CONVERSATION

Liz Larner—whose exhibition at Regen Projects opens in May 2019—and Ariana Reines—author of the forthcoming collection A Sand Book—get together for a late afternoon talk on the final day of this year’s Frieze Los Angeles.

LIZ LARNER and ARIANA REINES IN CONVERSATION

Sunday, February 17, at 5 pm.

Paramount Pictures Studios

Sherry Lansing Theatre

5515 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles.

(Enter on Gower or Van Ness.)

From top: Liz Larner, photograph by Daniel Marlos, courtesy Larner and Regen Projects; Liz Larner, iv (inflexion), 2014–15, ceramic, epoxy, pigment, stones, and minerals, courtesy the artist; Ariana Reines, photograph courtesy Reines and Frieze.

PIERRE GUYOTAT AND CHRISTOPH VON WEYHE

On the opening weekend of Pierre Guyotat and Christoph von Weyhe’s exhibition SCENES AND STAGES, The Box presents a conversation with the artists, followed by the panel PIERRE GUYOTAT IN LOS ANGELES with Sylvère Lotringer, Paul McCarthy, Ariana Reines, and Noura Wedell.

PIERRE GUYOTAT AND CHRISTOPH VON WEYHE—SCENES AND STAGES

Through March 30.

PIERRE GUYOTAT AND CHRISTOPH VON WEYHE IN CONVERSATION

PIERRE GUYOTAT IN LOS ANGELES panel

Sunday, February 3, from 1 pm to 4 pm.

The Box

805 Traction Avenue, downtown Los Angeles.

From top: Pierre Guyotat, Untitled, pen and colored pencil on graph paper; Christoph von Weyhe, 7.3.2009, 2009, acrylic on canvas, photograph by Laurence Godart; Pierre Guyotat, Untitled, 2017, pen, colored pencil, gouache, pastel, graphite on paper. Images courtesy the artists and The Box.

SPERM CULT

Celebrating ethnographic sexual taboos and occult practices, SPERM CULT—curated by Hamza Walker at LAXART—expands on Elijah Burgher and Richard Hawkins’ original Bad Dimension publication to include other artists “whose work shares similar themes of sexuality, transgression, desire, and ritual”: ektor garcia, Ryan M. Pfeiffer and Rebecca Walz, Ariana Reines and Oscar Tuazon, and Scott Treleaven.*

SPERM CULT*

Through January 6.

SPERM CULT WALK THROUGH WITH HAMZA WALKER

Sunday, January 6, at 2 pm.

LAXART, 7000 Santa Monica Boulevard, Hollywood.

Top: Elijah Burgher and Richard HawkinsSperm Cult, 2018, manipulated inkjet photo. Courtesy the artists and LAXART.

Publication image credit above: Burgher, Hawkins, and Bad Dimension Press.

Below: Sperm Cult installation view; Ryan M. Pfeiffer and Rebecca Walz (left), and Ariana Reines and Oscar Tuazon (right). Photograph by Ruben Diaz.

Thanks to Darius Sabbaghzadeh.