The Museum of Latin American Art (MOLAA) proudly presents Judithe Hernández: A Dream is the Shadow of Something Real. This exhibition draws from the Museum’s collection…
Best Buddies Arts for Inclusion, an exhibition of art made by local students with developmental disabilities, returns to MOLAA!
Colombian artist Lina Espinosa discusses how she implements the languages and strategies of science and art to explore issues in contemporary society.
The lecture explores the roles of artists and scientists in society, Haitian-Swiss artist Sasha Huber discusses her work, which focuses on the politics of memory and belonging in relation to the ways that colonialization has marked the landscape and environment.
Representational Acts is presented as part of the Pacific Standard Time Festival: Live Art LA/LA, organized by REDCAT and supported by a major grant from the Getty Foundation. It is linked thematically to a section in MOLAA’s PST: LA/LA exhibition, Relational Undercurrents: Contemporary Art of the Caribbean Archipelago.
Aporías Moviles is an installation that features photographic portraits of individuals whose faces have been expunged by a solid coat of graphite scratched on in layers. The altered portraits are displayed alongside small drawings which can only be seen from specific angles and various construction and building materials.