Some artists from our Go West exhibition have upcoming exhibits at some very prestigious museums!
Olga Koumoundouros has an exhibit at the Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects. Koumoundouros’ work explores the reality of the American Dream and what the “Dream” really means in our day. Using materials from industrial and domestic objects, Koumoundouros analyzes this topic in a unique and thought provoking way. You can read more about her exhibit here and view photos here.
Martha Rosler is contributing to an exhibit at the Singapore Art Museum. The exhibit, titled “Open House,” is part of the third “Singapore Biennale” at the museum. The exhibition has four venues, and Rosler’s work will be shown at the Old Kallang Airport. The exhbition explores artistic processes and their links to the daily interactions between people, while using it as a means of communication for these daily interactions. You can read more about the exhbition here.
Mai-Thu Perret is exhibiting at the University of Michigain Museum of Art. Titled “An Ideal For Living,” the exhibition intertwines feminist politics with modernist abstraction. The installations have numerous genres: literarture, craft, design, and performance. You can read more about the exhibition here.
Andrea Geyer released a new book entitled meaning is what hides the instability of one’s postion. It is a photographic essay on that takes the reader through different photographs of various airports. The theme of the book is that while international borders are viewed as country or state lines, airport transit areas are also borders. The book was released on February 15 by Sternberg Press. You can read more about it here.
Myranda Bair is exhibting at the Stolen and Escaped gallery. Entitled …and this is goodbye, the exhibit is filled with beautiful water color painting of insects and amphibians inside of jars. The exhibit goes until April 8 at the Stolen and Escaped gallery on 77 East, 300 South, downstairs at Frosty Darling, . You can read about the exhbit here.