March 30 – MAy 17, 2019

 

GALLERY ONE

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CO/lab 4

Los Angeles & Rotterdam

TAM proudly presents the fourth iteration of the CO/LAB project. CO/LAB is an internationally-minded initiative that connects artist-run spaces in Los Angeles with similar organizations around the world for collaborative and creative projects. CO/LAB 4 welcomes eight artist-run spaces from Rotterdam, the Netherlands, to collaborate with eight artist-run organizations in Los Angeles — 16 organizations coming together for 8 curatorial projects.

Acceptable Risk LA, Amber Solo, Assembled by Root, De Aanschouw, DE PLAYER, Durden and Ray, DXIX, Foundation B.a.d, HET PLAFOND, LAVA Projects, MADLAB studio, mandujano/cell, Monte Vista Projects, ODD ARK • LA, RAAR, and Tiger Strikes Asteroid.

 

GALLERY TWO

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Auratic Geometries | Ryan Taber

A Grammar of Period Furniture and Periodic Eversion

Auratic Geometries is a solo exhibition showcasing a new series of work by Los Angeles–based artist Ryan Taber. In this series, Taber pushes on the boundaries between model and representation — repetition and reproduction — while working through industrialization via its colonial co-relations.

 

Dark Room

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Beacon

A curated video project organized by Tre Borden and Jessa Ciel

 

 

June 15 – August 24, 2019

Gallery one

GENERATION W(ar)

Curated by Ichiro Irie and Max Presneill

21-year olds have never lived during a time when the US was not at war.

This exhibition explores our intersection between art and warfare, of artists who focus their art practice toward political expression and social critique of the institutionalization of war into the fabric of society.These artists investigate the mechanisms behind the militarization of society, the embedding of the warrior culture, the invisibility of things in plain sight and the daily relationship to war that underlies the culture at large.

Shusuke Ao, Josh Azzerella,  Dan Van Clapp, Melanie Friend, Shaun Gladwell, Ben Jackel, Hillary Mushkin, Isabel Rocamora, Kim Rugg, Joaquin Segura, Allison Stewart, Yoram Wolberger, and others

Gallery Two

Run Straight Through

Curated by Kate Mothes, this exhibition presents 4 rising stars in the contemporary painting scene.

Thom Trojanowski, Tahnee Lonsdale, Michael Nauert, and Kristy Luck


 

September 21 – November 16

 

Gallery one

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SUR:biennial

The 5th SUR:biennial showcases recent works of local and international artists who have been influenced by the cultures and artistic traditions of Mexico and Central and South America. Unlike many recent exhibitions of Latino/a, Mexican, Mexican-American, or Chicano/a art, the SUR:biennial seeks to explore notions of globalization and exchange that take place in the ambiguous geographical, cultural, and artistic borderlands between Los Angeles and “the South,” regardless of the artist’s nationality.

 

Gallery Two

To Save The Day

Superheroes in art

Contemporary artists exploring super powered human beings in comic books as metaphors to address societal conditions and cultural problems.

Featuring: Enrique Chagoya, Chaz Guest, Craig Knight, Aaron Noble, Fernando Rascon, and others

Curated by Max Presneill


 

December 7 — December 21

 

Gallery One

forum 2019

An exhibition based on the second edition of TAM’s FORUM, which brings together 14 aspiring artists, curators, and writers in a 10-month long mentorship program.