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Archive Machines, group exhibition at Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery

Nov 09, 2020 @ 12:00 AM
Organizer’s Site
Council District
City Council District 13
Event Series Dates
Until December 31

“ARCHIVE MACHINES” has been extended!

LAMAG’s first, online-only exhibition will now close on December 31.

ARCHIVE MACHINES brings together jury selected artists whose works explore the ways in which archival structures and materials are interpreted, appropriated, and interrogated.

Featuring the works of: Jamie Adams, Sasha Bergstrom-Katz, Arezoo Bharthania, Johanna Breiding, William Camargo, Woohee Cho, Helen Chung, Caroline Clerc, Tom Comitta, Natalie Delgadillo, Nick Flessa, Boz Garden, Carla Jay Harris, stephanie mei huang, Malisa Humphrey, Danny Jauregui, Nova Jiang, Farrah Karapetian, Dina Kelberman, David Kelley, Wesley Larios, Ahree Lee, Audrey Leshay, Keaton Macon, Helena Min, Maura Murnane, Silvi Naçi, Julie Orser, Tyler Matthew Oyer, Lena Pozdnyakova and Eldar Tagi, Felix Quintana, Amir Saadiq, Lenard Smith, Allison Stewart, Tianyi Sun, Kyle Tata, Leticia Velasquez, Keith Walsh, Camille Wong, Evelyn Hang Yin, Sarita Zaleha, Rachel Zaretsky, and Jody Zellen.



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