About the Book
This exhibition seeks to reflect current trends, track developments in contemporary practices, and explore associations between the regional geographical areas. But more importantly ZOOM evens the playing field to give voice to new artists, alongside more established names, via the open call process.
Los Angeles is considered one of the most dynamic cities globally for the creation of contemporary art and as we compare and contrast various art practices found in this area of influence we present a more comprehensive view of current artistic developments regionally and further afield.
In Gallery Two: First Eyes on the World - Jean-Pierre Roy.
Jean-Pierre Roy translates a 19th century ideal for the current era (Edmund Burke, On the Sublime and Beautiful, The Harvard Classics, 1909–14) by replacing the classical ruins and dark forests of the Romantic landscape painters with shorn buildings, columns of smoke, twisted steel, and smashed concrete.
Features & Details
- Primary Category Arts & Photography Books
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Publish Date Oct 27, 2009
- Keywords David Adey, Kelly Barrie, York Chang, Allison Cortson, Roni Feldman, Tony Maher, Daniel Nevers, Nobuhito Nishigawara, Andrew Schoultz, Christina Shurts, Ali Smith, Cheryl Sorg, Jean-Pierre Roy, TAM, Torrance, Art, museum
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.