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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 16
Ken Price Sculpture: A Retrospective
LACMA (Miracle Mile)
Opening day of the retrospective exhibition featuring over 100 works by the prolific Los Angeles ceramics artist Kenneth Price (1935-2012). On view in the Resnick Pavilion through January 6, 2013, the exhibition traces the development of Price’s sculptural practice from his luminously glazed ovoid forms to his suggestive, molten-like slumps, positioning him within the larger narrative of modern American sculpture. This sculptural retrospective honors the late artist’s creativity, originality, and revolutionary art practice.
El Tovar (West Hollywood)
INSTALL:WeHo is a pop-up art festival and performance forum for LGBTQ-minded artists in the Greater Los Angeles community. A variety of installations will be juried by a panel including Carol Stakenas, the Executive Director of LACE, David Frantz, Curator for ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives, and Rebecca Ansert, the Founder of Green Public Art Consultancy. The event also features food and live music.
Kakyoung Lee: Killing Time
Sabina Lee Gallery (Chinatown)
Opening reception for a collection of works by artist Kakyoung Lee. Killing Time features three new video pieces which vary in scale from miniature projection onto notepad paper to a large scale, three-screen street scene. On view through October 6, 2012.
Anita Bunn: Detour
Offramp Gallery (Pasadena)
Opening reception for a collection of works by artist Anita Bunn. The works in Detour continue Bunn’s practice of integrating contemporary digital media with traditional photography and printmaking. On view through October 28, 2012.
Zizi, Ken Price. Fired and painted clay, 2011. Courtesy of LACMA.