FAR & HIGH AT FAHRENHEIT

2 Posted by - April 14, 2014 - FEATURED SHOWS, SPACES

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FLAX (France Los Angeles Exchange) creator of FAHRENHEIT is holding its inaugural exhibition, “Far and High,” in its new Down Town LA space. The exhibition inscribes the space into the visual culture of Los Angeles. The Downtown LA, post-industrial space will house FLAX’s residency program that will aim to provide a platform for French-related emerging artists, curators and critics. Seven artists from Europe and North America have been invited to contribute to the project in a variety of media including sculpture, installation, film, photography and print. “Far and High” is curated by Martha Kirszenbaum and is open through April 30th.

Alicja Kwade, Vom zukünftigen Hintergrund unter anderer Bedingung betrachtet, 2010, Mirrored-glass, seven parts.

Alicja Kwade
Vom zukünftigen Hintergrund unter anderer Bedingung betrachtet, 2010

 

David Gilbert, Drama at Sunset (Summer), Dawn, 2013 and Untitled, 2014, archival pigment print

David Gilbert
Drama at Sunset (Summer), Dawn, 2013 and Untitled, 2014

 

 Felix Gonzalez-Torres, ‘Untitled’ (Last Light), 1993. Light bulbs, plastic light sockets, extension cord and dimmer switch

Felix Gonzalez-Torres
‘Untitled’ (Last Light), 1993

 

David Douard, Dreamz In Hands, 2013, aluminum, metal and print, dimensions variable

David Douard
Dreamz In Hands, 2013

 

Vincent Ganivet, Wheel, 2013, cinder blocks

Vincent Ganivet
Wheel, 2013

 

David Douard, SH4 (green angel), 2013, aluminum, metal, wire

David Douard
SH4 (green angel), 2013

 

Tamara Henderson, Accent Grave on Ananas, 2013, 16 mm color film with optical sound transferred to digital, 2:44 min, sound by Dan Riley

Tamara Henderson
Accent Grave on Ananas, 2013
Sound by Dan Riley

 

Laure Prouvost, Swallow, 2013, HD video, 12 minutes 6 seconds. Courtesy of the artist and MOTINTERNATIONAL, London and Brussels

Laure Prouvost
Swallow, 2013

 

Laure Prouvost, Swallow, 2013, HD video, 12 minutes 6 seconds. Courtesy of the artist and MOTINTERNATIONAL, London and Brussels

Laure Prouvost
Swallow, 2013

 

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