through – May 22, 2017
Angels Gate Cultural Center hosts two new exhibitions that address distinct issues concerning housing and development in Southern California through a variety of mediums and visual strategies. In Knockdown Dash by Nicole Capps + James McCarthy and Broken Ground by John Hulsey in collaboration with Alejandro Dobie-Gonzalez, Armin Fardis and Matt M. Mayes, the artists draw on their personal experiences to explore structural concerns.
Opening Reception for Stoned, Herd, and Yup Yup – Saturday, July 8, 1-4pm
“A History of Mutual Criticism”- Sunday, July 16, 1pm
“Throw the Comrade in the Limepit: Brecht and Group Performance” – July 23, 1pm
JUMPSUIT Workshop with Maura Brewer and Abigail Glaum-Lathbury – July 29-30, 10am-4pm
Opening September 16, 2017
Featuring: Mecca Vazie Andrews, Edgar Fabián Frías, Paul Pescador, Jimena Sarno, Jim Skudlt, Sebastian Hernandez
Social Practice projects beginning Spring 2017, details TBD.
Curated by Raquel Gutiérrez and Martabel Wasserman
Angels Gate Cultural Center is open to the public seven days a week and admission is always free.