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TORRANCE ART MUSEUM PRESENTS
March 30 – May 17, 2019
Opening Reception: Saturday, March 30, 6 – 9 pm
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Jason Jenn, Outreach Specialist
VENUE: Torrance Art Museum
LOCATION: 3320 Civic Center Dr, Torrance, CA
DATES: March 30 - May 17, 2019
TORRANCE ART MUSEUM BRINGS TOGETHER ROTTERDAM AND LOS ANGELES IN
TORRANCE, CA – Torrance Art Museum (TAM) proudly presents CO/LAB 4, an international, collaborative project which presents eight artist-run galleries and collectives from Los Angeles partnering with eight artist-run spaces from Rotterdam. Sixteen organizations combine their ingenuity to design eight unique curatorial projects.
TAM's Co/Lab series expands the creative horizons, linking regional art groups and alternative spaces from Los Angeles with their peers from around the world. TAM encourages this spirit of dialogue and the international exchange of ideas from different cultures - this time the Netherlands. These collaborations can reflect significant trends, indicating potential future directions and introducing the public to the next generation of artists. The ambition is to see this project reach out to all 4 corners of the globe and to establish Torrance, via TAM, as the location that brings us the global best of new art.
CO/LAB 4 will be on view from March 30, 2019 – May 17, 2019 at the Torrance Art Museum.
The opening reception will be held on Saturday, March 30th from 6 pm – 9 pm
featuring a special mobile exhibition Common Survival curated by the Institute of Queer Ecology in the Gas gallery truck by Ceci Moss.
Guus Vreeburg, co-owner of HET PLAFOND, will deliver a special presentation on the cultural climate of Rotterdam and introduce the 8 participating spaces from the Netherlands on Saturday, March 30th at 3:30pm.
Participating spaces (click name for external link):
ALSO ON VIEW AT THE TORRANCE ART MUSEUM March 30 - May 17, 2019
Gallery Two – Auratic Geometries: A Grammar of Period Furniture and Periodic Eversion, a solo show of sculptures by Ryan Taber.
Taber pushes the boundaries between model and representation, repetition and reproduction, while working through industrialization via its colonial co-relations.
Dark Room – The BEACON Project, a rotating video installation fusing art and contemporary social and political issues following 7 themes; Consent, Black, America, Undocumented, Camp, Migration, and Reproduction. Featured artists include Phil America, Janna Ireland, Aida Lizalde, Dorian Lynde, Alice Mizrachi, and Jeremy Dennis. Curated by Jessa Ciel and produced by Tre Borden.
Lobby - Aversion, mixed media sculpture by Brian Jones.
Hallway - Coalescence, a new tape installation by artist Darel Carey
Outdoor Patio - Composite Sketch, sculptural installation by Bridget Beck
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Torrance Art Museum:
Founded in 2005, the Torrance Art Museum is the premier visual art space to view contemporary art in the South Bay. The museum encourages all people to develop and increase their understanding and appreciation for modern programs, artist talks, lectures, and symposia. Through its emphasis on contemporary artistic expression in Southern California and globally, the Torrance Art Museum brings together visual artists and community members; fosters experiences in the arts to strengthen creative and critical thinking skills; and builds bridges between the visual arts and other disciplines in the humanities and sciences. Torrance Art Museum is a program of the City of Torrance Cultural Services Division of the Community Services Department.
For more information visit www.TorranceArtMuseum.com or call 310-618-6388.
Tuesday - Saturday, 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Admission to the Torrance Art Museum is Free.
Torrance Art Museum
3320 Civic Center Drive
Torrance, CA 90503
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