Tag Archives: Hamza Walker

THEASTER GATES AND HAMZA WALKER IN CONVERSATION

On the opening night of ASSEMBLY HALL at Walker Art Center, join Theaster Gates and Hamza Walker for a public conversation about Gates’ practice.

THEASTER GATES AND HAMZA WALKER OPENING DAY TALK

Thursday, September 5, at 7 pm.

Walker Cinema

725 Vineland Place, Minneapolis.

From top: Selections from Theaster GatesJohnson Publishing Company Collection in the Stony Island Arts Bank, Chicago, photograph by David Sampson, courtesy the artist and Rebuild Foundation; Theaster Gates, Black Vessel for a Saint, 2017, Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, photograph by Gene Pittman for Walker Art Center; Gates, photograph by Sara Pooley, courtesy and © the photographer and White Cube.

TONY LEWIS AND HAMZA WALKER

In conjunction with CHARLATAN AND ULTIMATELY A BORING MAN—the Tony Lewis exhibition at Blum & Poe that takes as its point of focus the 1965 Cambridge University debate between James Baldwin and William F. Buckley, Jr.—Lewis will join Hamza Walker for a talk at the gallery.

TONY LEWIS AND HAMZA WALKER in conversation

Saturday, June 29, from 2 pm to 4 pm.

Blum & Poe

2727 South La Cienega Boulevard, Los Angeles.

Tony Lewis, from top: …The Gravamen Of Mr. Baldwin’s Charges Against America…, 2019, graphite and Epson UltraChrome ink on paper; Man, 2018, pencil, graphite powder, and correction tape on paper and transparency; Tony Lewis—Charlatan and Ultimately a Boring Man, 2019, Blum & Poe, installation views (2); Boring, 2019, graphite, pencil, and colored pencil on paper mounted on wood (2, first 76 x 99 inches, second 76 x 100 inches); Tony Lewis—Charlatan and Ultimately a Boring Man, 2019, Blum & Poe, installation views (2). Images courtesy and © the artist and Blum & Poe.

GLENN LIGON AND HAMZA WALKER IN CONVERSATION

Join Glenn Ligon and Hamza Walker for a conversation at Regen Projects, where Ligon’s show UNTITLED (AMERICA)/DEBRIS FIELD/SYNECDOCHE/NOTES FOR A POEM ON THE THIRD WORLD will be up through Sunday.

The exhibition includes the large neon Notes for a Poem on the Third World, which is based on a tracing of the artist’s hands, and the first in a series of works inspired by an unrealized film project by Pier Paolo Pasolini.

GLENN LIGON AND HAMZA WALKER IN CONVERSATION

Wednesday, February 13, at 7 pm.

GLENN LIGON—UNTITLED (AMERICA)/DEBRIS FIELD/SYNECDOCHE/NOTES FOR A POEM ON THE THIRD WORLD

Through February 17.

Regen Projects

6750 Santa Monica Boulevard, Los Angeles.

From top: Glenn Ligon, photograph courtesy the artist; Glenn LigonNotes for a Poem on the Third World (chapter one), 2018, neon and paint; Glenn Ligon, Debris Field (Red) #3, 2018, etching ink and acrylic on canvas; Hamza Walker, courtesy the Renaissance Society, Chicago; Glenn LigonSynecdoche (For Byron Kim), 2018, neon. Artwork images courtesy the artist and Regen Projects.

FRANCES STARK, HAMZA WALKER, AND JOSH KUN — FRIEZE TALK

For the inaugural Frieze Los Angeles Talk, Frances Stark will be quizzed by Hamza Walker and Josh Kun in a new take on Name That Tune.

NAME THAT TUNE—FRANCES STARK

Friday, February 1, from 7 pm to 9 pm.

LAXART

7000 Santa Monica Boulevard, Hollywood.

From top: Frances Stark; art for Stark’s The Magic Flute. Images courtesy the artist and LAXART.

FOR DAVID ANTIN

Join Blaise AntinEleanor AntinJulien BismuthSteve KadoAram MoshayediMarjorie PerloffJerome Rothenberg, and Hamza Walker this week as they commemorate David Antin and his legacy two days before Antin’s Sky Poems are restaged above Los Angeles and La Jolla.

DAVID ANTIN—TALKING, ALWAYS TALKING

Thursday, September 27, at 7:30 pm.

Hammer Museum, 10899 Wilshire Boulevard, Westwood, Los Angeles.

 

DAVID ANTIN—SKY POEMS

Saturday, September 29, at 4 pm.

LACMA, 5905 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles.

 

DAVID ANTIN—SKY POEMS

Saturday, September 29, at 10:30 am.

Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego, 700 Prospect Street, La Jolla.

(MCASD—La Jolla is closed for renovation, and the viewing takes place on the corner of Coast Boulevard and Cuvier Street.)

David Antin, Sky Poem, 1988, La Jolla. Image credit: Hammer Museum.