Liz Larner, who “first encountered Chris Burden and his practice—a catalyst for Larner’s own use of scale and process—during her time at CalArts,” will give a talk on the late artist at GeffenContemporary at MOCA.*
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.
From top: Liz Larner, photograph by Daniel Marlos, courtesy Larner and Regen Projects; LizLarner, iv (inflexion), 2014–15, ceramic, epoxy, pigment, stones, and minerals, courtesy the artist; Ariana Reines, photograph courtesy Reines and Frieze.
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.
From top: Glenn Ligon, photograph courtesy the artist; Glenn Ligon, Notes for a Poem on theThird 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 Ligon, Synecdoche (For Byron Kim), 2018, neon. Artwork images courtesy the artist and Regen Projects.