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Torrance Art MuseuM PRESENTS ITS SPRING EXHIBITIONS

OPENING RECEPTION MARCH 30, 6-9pm (& Special Presentation from 3:30-4:30pm)

GALLERY ONE

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co/lab 4

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.

Featuring: 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.

March 30 - May 17, 2019

 

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Ryan+Taber

AURATIC GEOMETRIES

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.

March 30 - May 17, 2019

 

dark room

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BEACON Project

The BEACON Project is a rotating video installation fusing art and contemporary social and political issues. BEACON is a compilation of next generation artists and their thoughts, ideas, reactions, emotions, and actions in response to social issues.The BEACON Project: Torrance will feature a variety of artists focused on the 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.

March 30 - May 17, 2019


FORUM 2019

Applications for Forum 2019 are closed. Very special Thanks to all that applied.

See the results of our program at the end of the year during our Forum 2019 Exhibition

Save the Dates:

OPENING RECEPTION December 7th, 6-9pm
December 7 - December 21, 2019

The Torrance Art Museum invites aspiring Artists, Curators, Critics, Theorists, and Gallerists to apply for the opportunity to participate in FORUM, a free ten-month mentoring program for career development in the visual arts.  Launched in 2018, FORUM is an innovative annual program initiated by TAM to provide arts and culture tools, networks, and education to Los Angeles-based young professionals. 


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ALSO FEATURING IN THE LOBBY

BRIAN JONES / “Aversion” sculpture

DAREL CAREY / back by popular demand: a New tape installation in hallway

BRIDGET BECK / “Composite Sketch”, sculptural installation in pation