Some Made in L.A. installations to remain on view at the Hammer!
Made in L.A. 2012, the Hammer’s first large-scale biennial, officially closed September 2, but if you missed the exhibition you are not entirely out of luck. Certain installations will remain up as we prepare for the installation of our upcoming exhibitions: A Strange Magic: Gustave Moreau’s Salome (opening September 16), Graphic Design: Now in Production and Zarina: Paper Like Skin(both opening September 30).
Pearl C. Hsiung’s work, From Above It Is Not Bright, From Below It Is Not Dark, located on Lindbrook Terrace will remain up through September 9, as will Mark Hagen’s piece, To Be Titled (Additive Sculpture , Los Angeles Screen) located in front of the marble staircase on the courtyard level. Also open through September 9 is David Synder’s work Me TV Located in Gallery 6.
Koki Tanaka’s Beholding Performer, Performing Beholder in the Lobby Gallery will remain open through September 16.
Morgan Fisher’s work, Blue Green Red Yellow will remain up through the end of 2012.
And finally, Meg Cranston’s Lobby wall murals, California and Fireplace 12 will remain up through February 7, 2013.
(Captions Top to Bottom, Left to Right: Pearl C. Hsiung From Above It Is Not Bright, From Below It Is Not Dark, Mark Hagen To Be Titled (Additive Sculpture, Los Angeles Screen), David Synder Me TV, Koki Tanaka Beholding Performer, Performing Beholder, Morgan Fisher Blue Green Red Yellow, Meg Cranston California, Fireplace 12. All part of Made in L.A. 2012 Installation view at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, June 2-September 2, 2012. Photography by Brian Forrest.)
Tags: Biennial, David Synder, Koki Tanaka, laxart, Made in L.A., Mark Hagen, Meg Cranston, Morgan Fisher, Pearl C. Hsiung