Ken Gonzales-Day presents "Works from Profiled Series" at MOAH in Lancaster, CA

Nov 11 2017 - Jan 14 2018


685 W. Lancaster Blvd.
Lancaster, CA

Opening Reception:

Nov 11 2017

In celebration of the Getty Museum’s Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA initiative, which is a far-reaching and ambitious exploration of Latin American and Latino art in dialogue with Los Angeles, Museum of Art & History presents its winter exhibition, Imagen Angeleno. This exhibition will include solo exhibits of work by: Creative Capital artist Ken Gonzales-Day, Abel Alejandre, Ana Rodriguez and Linda Vallejo. The Main Gallery will feature a special exhibition, Dark Progressivism: The Built Environment, guest-curated by Rodrigo D’Ebre and Lalisa Derrick. Inspired by the 2016 documentary film Dark Progressivism, written by Rodrigo D’Ebre and co-directed by Rodrigo D’Ebre and James J. Yi, this exhibition highlights the street and public art movements that characterize Los Angeles’ Southland. Dark Progressivism: The Built Environment answers the question of which movements are shaping 21st century art with a multi-faceted approach that looks to the streets of LA, where innovations in design and the idea of vandalism as a form of artistic resistance are embedded in the city’s identity.

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