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1606 Paseo de Peralta Santa Fe
Thursday: 10 am - 5 pm, Friday: 10 am - 7 pm, Saturday: 10 am - 5 pm, Sunday: 12 - 5 pm
Displaced: Contemporary Artists Confront the Global Refugee Crisis
Sep 11 - Jan 24 2021 - 90 days left
Displaced: Contemporary Artists Confront the Global Refugee Crisis is an exhibition focusing on human migrations and displacements of the past, present, and future. Through works created in a range of media, artists from around the globe foreground forgotten histories, ask us to bear witness to the highest levels of human displacement on record, and imagine futures where migration is essential for survival. The exhibition poses critical questions around this global crisis, and illuminates the complexities surrounding the urgent social, political, and environmental issues that frame the circumstances of displacement. Artists: Ai Weiwei, Moutaz Arian, Harriet Bart, Candice Breitz, Cannupa Hanska Luger, Reena Saini Kallat, Hew Locke, Guadalupe Maravilla, Richard Mosse, Yara Said, Yu-Wen Wu. Members Opening Reception: Fri, Mar 20, 5-7:30pm. Public Opening & Community Day: Sat, Mar 21, 10am-5pm.
Mary Weatherford : Canyon - Daisy - Eden
Apr 16 - Sep 05 2021
Over the last three decades, Los Angeles-based artist Mary Weatherford has developed a rich and diverse painting practice: from early target paintings in the 1990s based on operatic heroines, to expansive, gestural canvases overlaid with neon glass-tubing that brought attention to Weatherford’s practice in the 2010s. Mary Weatherford: Canyon—Daisy—Eden presents a survey of Weatherford’s career, drawing from several distinct bodies of work made between 1989–2017. As constant experiments with color, scale, and materials, these works reveal the continuity of Weatherford’s preoccupation with memory and experience, both personal and historical.
May Stevens : Mysteries and Politics
May 21 - Jun 09 2021
May Stevens: Mysteries and Politics is a survey of the career of the internationally recognized painter May Stevens (1924-2019). The exhibition includes Stevens’ work from 1970 to 2010, exploring her roles as a feminist artist and political activist.