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LACE (Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions)

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6522 Hollywood Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90028 United States

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January 2018

Names Printed in Black

January 3 - February 11

Names Printed in Black Curated by Emily Butts LACE Emerging Curators Program Opening Reception: Wednesday January 3, 2018 7-10PM Exhibition Dates: January 4 - February 11, 2018 LACE is pleased to announce its selection of the next project for the Emerging Curators Program. Names Printed in Black, curated by Emily Butts, takes place in Jan 2018. As Los Angeles’ premier experimental non-profit exhibition space, LACE created this program to discover and promote curatorial talent. Butts’ proposal was selected from a pool of 48 that…

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Banco Universal de Pasos de Baile

January 12 - January 18

Banco Universal de Pasos de Baile  Locations and Hours  January 12-18, 2018 For updates follow: @welcometolace on instagram and twitter! This project includes El Banco Universal de Pasos de Baile, a virtual platform that collects dance moves and brings them to an open source so that everyone can use them. From January 10-18, 2018, colectivo AM will be travelling through different neighborhoods of L.A. collecting peoples moves that will be projected during La Pista de Baile. http://tirate-un-paso.tumblr.com/ Este proyecto incluye al…

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La Pista de Baile

January 20 @ 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm

La Pista de Baile by Colectivo AM organized by Daniela Lieja Quintanar FINAL performance at Hollywood Blvd. & N Hudson Ave. January 20th, 2018, 6 –10PM Living Research Station at LACE Gallery hours from January 10-20, 2018 Banco Universal de Pasos Various Locations – January 10-18, 2018   As part of the Getty initiative PST:LA/LA, LACE presents La Pista de Baile, a participatory performance by Colectivo AM. This project reflects and rethinks how community relationships are articulated in Los Angeles by connecting communities…

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February 2018

The Dialectic of the Stars – Wrong Ped Xing

February 15 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

The Dialectic of the Stars - Wrong Ped Xing February 15, 2018 7PM Presented by FLAX (France Los Angeles Exchange) Tires on fire, police frequency radio, motorcycle accelerating, drone point of view on Downtown—all these elements could draw a kind of dystopian world, not so different from our reality indeed. But things are more ambivalent here: the Nøne Futbol Club video is hypnotic and Fouad Bouchoucha’s proposal is to transform bikes into music instruments; Arash Nassiri's movie creates fascination and…

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The #MeToo Age: Power & Gender Equity in the Art World

February 21 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

The #MeToo Age: Power & Gender Equity in the Art World February 21, 2018 7PM Beginning in the film industry last year, we have been witnessing more and more #MeToo women speaking out, sharing their stories, and becoming empowered like never before. Has this movement extended into the art world? Two-thirds of participants in professional development classes and workshops are people who identify as women. Many seek permission for their actions, and most shy away from self-promotion. Can we bring…

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lost tribes

February 24 - February 25
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lost tribes Theatre Dybbuk February 24,2018 8 PM February 25, 2018 7 PM In the 8th century BCE, the 10 tribes of Israel were conquered by the Assyrian Empire and vanished to history. In the millennia since, many peoples the world over have claimed to be, or have been identified as, one of these lost tribes. In our next piece, we examine the fluidity of identity: what is it to be claimed, and what is it to claim a tribe…

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March 2018

Activating Pangea: Acts to Objects

March 15 - April 29
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Activating Pangea: Acts to Objects Curated by Ciara Scanlan & Matthew Nevin of MART Gallery Dublin Opening Reception: March 15, 2018 7-10PM Exhibition Dates: March 16 - April 29, 2018 Featuring works by Aine Phillips, Amanda Coogan, Helen Mac Mahon, Margaret O'Brien, Katherine Nolan, Eleanor Lawler, and Laura O’Connor. Art and cultural practice often seeks to challenge the primacy of the visual in Western culture, as dominated by a pervasive masculinised privileged gaze (Irigaray). To affect change women artists too have…

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