Exhibited artists in order of (self) selection:
Eric Yahnker, Ginny Cook, Chris Peters, Julie Orser, Vincent Ramos, Elana Mann, Adam Overton, Margaret Wappler, Andrew Choate, Jeanne Hoel, Madison Brookshire, Alexandra Cuesta, Ben Rodkin, Vera Brunner-Sung, Victor Hu, Tanya Rubbak, William Ransom, Oona Gardner, Christian Tedeschi, Julie Schustack, Thomas Müller, Margaret Griffith, Jamison Carter, Phung Huynh, David Yamamoto, Julia Paull, Shelby Roberts, Betsy Lin Seder, Daniel Ingroff, Christine Frerichs, Asher Hartman, Haruko Tanaka, Patrick Strand, Marisa Sayler, James E Anderson, Ariane Vielmetter, Gregory Michael Hernandez, Melissa Manfull, Alexander Kroll, Renee Petropoulos
Based on the game, the premise of this show is one of highlighting the grass-roots networks and connections between emerging artists that form the art world today in Los Angeles. Each artist may select the next artist, of the opposite gender, by numerous rationales including friendship, similar concerns in the work, a belief that the other artist deserves exposure or wanting to show alongside them. The degrees of separation between artists will become apparent as will the current trends and areas of new research by younger artists in Los Angeles. This is the first in a series of artist-centric initiatives by TAM.
The Future Can Wait presents:
Henny Acloque, Alexander Adams, Dale Adcock, Dominic Allan, Jonathan Baldock, Angela Bartram, Paul Becker, Kiera Bennett, Emma Bennett, Shane Bradford, Juliana Cerqueira, Leite Gordon, Cheung, Billy Childish, Oliver Clegg, Sam Dargan, Tom Doran, Heather Eastes, Zavier Ellis, Nadine Feinson, Hester Finch, Grant Foste,r Nick Fox, Rose Gibbs, Stuart Gough, Steve Green, Andrea Gregson, David Hancock, Christopher Hanlon, Sarah Hardacre, Andy Harper, Justin Hibbs, Sigrid Holmwood, Paul Hosking, James Howard, Luke Jackson, Sam Jackson, Monica Ursina Jäger, James Jessop, Jasper Joffe, Chris Jones, Reece Jones, Claire de Jong, Rebecca Kressley, Ansel Krut, Peter Lamb Cathy Lomax Robert Luzar Joe Machine Alastair Mackie Jasmine Maddock Robin Mason Rui Matsunaga, Alan McQuillan, Hugh Mendes, Alexis Milne, Jock Mooney, Kieran Moore, Alex Gene Morrison, Jost Muenster, Nika Neelova, Gavin Nolan, Margaret O'Brien, Tim Parr, Claire Pestaille, Harry Pye, Ged Quinn, Danny Rolph, Kim Rugg, Miho Sato, Stuart Semple, Benjamin Senior, Dominic Shepherd, Jamie Shovlin, John Stark, Nessie Stonebridge, Kate Street, Charles Thomson, Erik Tidemann, Gavin Tremlett, James Unsworth, Covadonga Valdes, Alex Virji, Stephen Walter, Christian Ward (Hidaka), Miranda Whall, Hannah Wooll, Vicky Wright
curated by Zavier Ellis, Edward Lucie-Smith, Max Presneill & Simon Rumley
Group show of over 100 works on paper from London, UK based artists
VIDEO ROW: With Hands And Feet
Curated by Aoife Rosenmeyer (Zurich, Switzerland)
Video Artists: Mark Clare, Sigune Hamann, Ernesto Leal, Fabian Chiquet, Roy Menahem Markovich, Richard Mosse
The Torrance Art Museum is located at the Torrance Cultural Arts Center in the City of Torrance. It is a program of the Cultural Services Division of the City of Torrance Community Services Department. The Cultural Services Division is responsible for City-sponsored arts and cultural initiatives held at the Torrance Cultural Arts Center and throughout the City. The Museum encourages all people to develop and increase their understanding and appreciation for modern and contemporary artwork via a variety of exhibitions offered in its two gallery spaces, as well as educational programs, artist talks, lectures, and symposia.
Reverb: Music as Both Inspiration and Content in Contemporary Art / Beyond the Ocean: Art from China Published August 14, 2014
Another Thing Coming Published August 14, 2014
Watchmen: Surveillance & The Flaneur / V&B: 179 Easy Steps to a Masterpiece Published May 29, 2014
Prep School & Agar/Gabriel Published March 19, 2014
Beyond The Ocean Published January 14, 2014
True Believers / Joe Meiser Published August 22, 2013
In Case We Don't Die / Software Published April 22, 2013
Paradox Maintenance Technicians/TD Published January 29, 2013
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