Monthly Archives: October 2013

The Stand In (or A Glas of Milk)

The Museum of Public Fiction 749 Avenue 50 Los Angeles, CA 90042 This is an exhibition whose arrangement is unstable, whose parts accumulate and change over time. This exhibition is like a surrealist exercise; nonlinear, non-narrative, symbolic and referential. During three months, in three configurations, we will involve artists whose work mirror these ideas. Artists who […]

See the Light—Photography, Perception, Cognition: The Marjorie and 
Leonard Vernon Collection

Los Angeles County Museum of Art, CA, October 27, 2013–March 23, 2014. Los Angeles residents Marjorie and Leonard Vernon began to collect photography in 1975, eventually building a collection of some 3,600 photographs spanning the entire history of the medium. In 2008 LACMA acquired the complete collection, making it possible for the museum to represent […]

Frieze Art Fair, Regent’s Park, London, England

October 17 – 20, 2013 Kadel Willborn What makes Barbara Kasten’s position so exceptionally relevant is that her abstract pictures are based on the real construction of expansive installations in front of the camera. This approach is based on Barbara Kasten’s roots as a sculptor, and the abstract tendencies in painting during the experimental “Light and […]

Color! American Photography Transformed

Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth, TX October 5, 2013–January 5, 2014 Through seventy-five key works, Color! tells the fascinating tale of photographers’ halting acceptance of color, revealing the diverse vibrancy informing their efforts to shape a creative language for its use, and explaining how the art world’s acceptance of color photography over […]


DePaul Art Museum, Chicago, IL October 11 – December 8, 2013 In its earliest days, photography was celebrated for its potential to create a historical record with unparalleled accuracy. History itself was thought to be one of the new medium’s most important subjects. Not only could photographs document extant remnants of the past, they could […]